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Just because you drive an old car doesn't' mean you have to put up with annoying vibrations. Here is how to solve the most common problems.
Simple and fast: here's what goes into a Mustang FIA racer.
The Aventador is described by Lamborghini's boss Stephan Winkelmann as a two-generation leap forward. We drive it on track to see if he's right.
A cute Italian, cheaper than an Alfa - and possessed of a chassis that doesn't seem to know it's front drive
On track with Mark Hales, in Nick Mason's Enzo. Will the electronics spoil the 651bhp, 217mph fun on the twisty Anglesey circuit?
Speed. It's a relative thing.
Here's what goes into an FIA-type racer - and what it will cost you.
These tiny cars brought big money!
Ferrari debuts the 2013 F12 Berlinetta at the Geneva Auto Show.
We take a look at the fastest cars in the world, counting forward from 1948 to today... and there's one or two surprises in here.
Updates to the ultra-premium Phantom line focus largely on bringing new technology to a brand steeped in tradition.
Porsche's most affordable sports car, now lighter and more powerful, has arrived on U.S. turf.
Whether for trials or racing, this is what goes into the vintage tiddler.
Inherently tough as a road car, the Amazon is cheaper to rally-prep than a 911 or Escort.
At the top historic level, this is what goes into it, and this is what it will take.
The Diablo was an astonishing supercar let down by quality problems and a lack of fine-tuning. But all that changed with Audi's 6.0 VT.
Once an expensive must-have for the '70s Jet Set, the whale-tail 911 Turbo is now half the price of an early 911 - and it's a much better car than legend suggests.
A front-runner for the prize of 'best car in the world' when new, this ex-Jabby Crombac 1928 Hispano-Suiza H6C 'Monza' has rather a special history, and continues to cut a dash today.
The thrills of driving to conserve energy.
Hybrid super sports car is becoming a reality.
Driving at 150mph in his garage!
All-new V12 signals the end of Bizzarrini's amazing original - serving Lamborghini since the company's first car in 1963.
Aston Martin's new model sits between DB9 and DBS.
Countach for the purist: the unadorned LP400, with a surprising amount of curvature in its shape.
Ferrari's new 950-horsepower supercar rolls out in Geneva sporting a hybrid drivetrain and a 217 mph top speed!
It does 202mph, and there were times we thought it might never appear, but here it is - the first Lexus supercar.
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Premier Auction House Brings International Recognition to the Fairfield County Concours.
Browse Alfa Romeo Sports Sedans For Sale
Goodwood has announced the theme for 2009 Festival of Speed
With $6 Gas Fears Very Small Cars Get Bigger Looks
A Legend Returns
Inspired by the Tyrrell F1 car, the Panther 6 was conceived to shake the Italian supercar establishment - and it still shocks today
Browse Volkswagen Sciroccos For Sale
The eligible years for the 2009 Le Mans Legend race will be for cars built between 1949 and 1965.
Dare to be different is taken to a whole new level with these imported classics.
Following the recent cancellation of the 2008 Dakar Rally due to terror threats, the Chilean Tourist Service has offered its desert as an alternative route.
Browse MG MGAs For Sale
The two main title Formula One protagonists for 2009 have been unveiled
Browse Sachsenring Trabants For Sale
Browse Pontiac 6000s For Sale
Those new mufflers might be illegal soon.
The rotary-powered Mazda 787B returns to Goodwood to mark the 20th anniversary of its famous victory in the gruelling 24-Hours of Le Mans.
Goes Like Hell S’more
Browse Mercury Cougars For Sale
The Original Muscle Car Is A Great Investment!
Browse International Harvesters For Sale
A Mopar Lexicon
Browse Mercury Monarchs For Sale
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