You never know what lives in the garage across the street.
It's too bad these never made it into production.
It's basically new, and you can own it.
Here's a rare chance to own a piece of vintage Porsche royalty.
When the Corrado came out, Volkswagen wasn't doing so hot.
And that's not all he has.
Rotary Mazdas, pre-war steam cars, BMW sedans... this place has it all.
In 1992, the Ford Taurus was the best-selling car in America for the very first time, a title it would hold for half a decade.
Applications are being taken to buy one of the painstaking reproductions, based on the famous 1929 team car.
Two decades ago, Nissan sold lovingly-restored 240Zs in new-car showrooms. The time has come to resurrect this project—with the 300ZX.
The 250F makes a seriously great noise.
The suspension is all new, meaning this truck is ready to hit any sand dune you throw at it.
The M6GT wasn't McLaren's most popular model, but it still has a great soundtrack.
If you buy this Pulse autocycle, you'll get to register it as a three-wheeler—despite the fact that it's got four wheels.
Meet the master restorer at Road & Track’s Hudson Quattrocento Rally next month.
The Countach is an icon. But its replacement, the Diablo, had a whole lot of improvements.
This one's been partially restored, and it's still used to traverse harsh landscape to this day.