Sports Cars

While often overlooked, the Lancia Beta Zagato is one of the cheapest ways to enter the Italian sports car club.

It seems like most V-8 swapped E30 BMWs have Chevy engines these days. This beauty has an M62 engine from a 2000 740i.

Harrington junior cars are tiny gems paying tribute to the world's most beautiful classics. While not street-legal, they're wicked cool.

The Dodge Stealth R/T has advantages over its cousin, the Mitsubishi 3000GT. Who can argue with its lower price tag and sleek styling?

If you want to start or expand a P-car collection, a Porsche 968 Club Sport like the one offered on eBay might be the thing.

The De Tomaso Pantera is the stylish Italian exotic ideally suited to Americans craving to turn their own wrenches and go fast.

The 1996 Viper GTS was modeled on the 1964 Shelby Daytona coupe, with classic American racing colors—deep blue and white center stripes.

The Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 is a limited-production homologation special, built to compete in Germany’s DTM touring car series.

Swapping a 5.0-liter Ford V-8 into the Mazda Miata's engine bay turns the inexpensive roadster into a tire-shredding monster.

For extra amusement, the R8 has a gated six-speed manual transmission.

At Gridlife, you can get on the track to compete for trophies on Sunday—in the same car you drive to work on Monday.

Imagine a car race going on during a massive concert.

Scraplife Garage made a smart decision when it bought the salvaged 2020 Porsche Cayman 718 GT4.

Any car can at least look like it will go faster with a rear spoiler.

When it comes to crazy go-karts, it's hard to imagine one more extreme than this Audi R8 GT.

The sporty Italian convertible is powered by a 32-valve 4.6-liter SVT Mustang V-8.

First-generation Celicas are nearing 50 years old, and it’s becoming nearly impossible to find one with all its paint and trim.

We almost forgot about the hotrod GXP version of the Solstice. It reminds us how much power the wee roadster can make.

Did you know that the Skyline wasn’t originally a Nissan product? It was made by Japan's Prince Motor Company.

Whether you go with a 63 or 55, both are emotionally appealing and offer superior acceleration, braking, and steering.

Joseph Kahn said, “This CTS-V still drives, handles, and sounds like a factory Cadillac—until you get into the throttle.”