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Watch as David Williams from Fast Lane Classic Cars pulls the front wheels on his juiced Cobra!
One part British roadster, one part American V8, all legend.
Could this one-of-a-kind mad scientist experiment from Shelby be the most expensive Mustang ever?
An American icon goes back to its European roots and a bit of a history lesson.
Auctions America's California Collector Car Auction to feature a rare factory demo Cobra.
Make Your “Five-Oh” Go Faster and Smoother
Getting into the nuts & bolts that make Courtney Hansen tick.
A Complete Guide to Overdrive Transmissions
SEMA blows out the New Products Showcase
Repairing and preserving a classic Corvette fuelie.
The ultimate 1980s icon, the F40 is a piece of art that will take you to more than 200mph.
Mustang’s third body style emerges.
From the ridiculous to the sublime. While the TVR is all show, with admittedly plenty of go, the little Elise is the polar opposite.
We’ve picked 11 classics, built between 1965 and 1998 that we feel offer a great blend of style, individuality, performance and some cases,...
Upgrading a 1966 Mustang’s Baer system from two-piston PBR caliper to six-piston Baer caliper.
Ouch! The Juniper Pearlescent paintwork on this TVR is even brighter in the sunshine than it appears in these photographs.
The last of the old-school classic Triumphs.
An inspection sticker on your classic car, for the year and state where it was manufactured? What an idea!
This 290-mile, factory-built race Corvette is 1 of only 20.
If not for the Corvette Sebring Racer, the life of the Corvette may have been a brief one.
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you how to replace these often forgotten but very important window seals.
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you just how quick and easy it can be to remove and replace your trunk seal.
Ford's ultimate automotive factory.
Watch as the experts from Steele Rubber Products show you how to remove and replace the often overlooked bumpers that keep your hood and...
Lancia turned the docile Delta into a rip-snorting racing machine.
There is no doubt that the new Camaro is one of the hottest cars on the market!
A strong showing for the little Pontiac that broke the rules.
More of our favorite hot rods from Detroit.
A fitting end to the S-197 Mustang era.
AutoTrader Classics Editor Brian Medford travels to Streetside Classics in Powder Springs, GA to check out their inventory and talk about some of their cars.
While function trumps form in the racing world, there is no denying the beauty of a well engineered racing machine.
Big, round fenders set these rides apart from their skinny cousins.
AutoTrader Classics checks out what is new...and old!
Sometimes the little things can make all the difference.
These little details make a statement about an automotive that is era long gone.
Wacky, weird, and sometimes just plain odd!
Love them or hate them, rat rods were on the prowl in Minnesota.
Just because an engine lives under the hood doesn't mean it can't be beautiful.
One great feature of the show was the constant parade of amazing iron rolling down the streets.
A quick sneak peak at the big show!
It takes a special kind of truck to haul this much attitude.
Some cars are already destined to be memorable.
It is as if Ford designed the new Mustang to be modified.
We buy them, work on them, spend money on them, treat them better than we do ourselves, so why don't we drive our classic cars more often?
Big block, small block, mod motor, boosted, blown or just plain wild!
This year's motorcycle display was an amazing showing of original early two-wheel transportation.
Variety was the name of the game as the Festivals of Speed returned to Amelia Island.
We pick the best of the best.
Walking around Tulsa Raceway Park
Tony Fixed It
by Brian Medford
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While the old school Cobra was loud, the Cobra Jet even louder!
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