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Tastes have changed in favor of compact pickups.

Craig Jackson talks ahead of Arizona Auction Week about the latest trends—restomods, pickups, muscle cars, and millennial faves.

To perfect their cars, the brothers design, engineer, and build custom billet items. And they sell them.

The bare-bones car purchased on eBay Motors in May was transformed by October into a one-of-a-kind rally-ready restomod.

Get ready for Rut and his crew to complete a ground-up restoration of a ‘67 Mustang Fastback while traveling coast to coast.

A new crate engine represents state-of-the-art technology. Dropping in a crate engine can also be a major time-saver.

The Chemical Guys, a car detailing supply company, sponsored the display of the hand-built steam-engine vehicle.

“Now, it's a beautiful running and driving piece of art,” said Rutledge Wood.

After five months of arduous work, the car is now finished, fully polished, and heading to SEMA in Las Vegas.

A mind-boggling assortment of extraordinary vintage Ferraris could be seen nearly everywhere we turned.

“It was way cool to hear 530 horses gallop simultaneously underneath the hood,” said celebrity car-builder Rutledge Wood.

K.C. Mathieu, who painted his first car when he was just 12 years old, has a lifetime of experience in the auto refinishing business.

The VIN reveals a breakdown of the Mustang’s origins, including the plant where it was built and its original engine specs.

Rut and his crew decided on the legendary 427 cubic inch Ford Cobra Jet engine and a stout Tremec five-speed manual transmission.

Enthusiasts are planning open houses, car cruises, club gatherings and educational events to commemorate the day.

This year's auction included unique vehicles owned by John Lennon and Steven Tyler.

VW just unveiled its fourth concept. A growing chorus of enthusiasts are urging the company to build it.

Vehicles competed in 17 classes, of which four cars won highest accolades.

Automakers are delivering on the current craze for crossover SUVs.

Smart and connected technology is making its way to car audio, mirrors, steering wheels, and seats.

The 1936 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic Coupe is one of the great automotive treasures of the Art Deco era.