The 2002tii and Turbo get all the love, but there’s a unique charm to these early 1600 coupes.
Arguably the greatest example of classic design, modern performance, and obsessive passion converging together under one roof.
This high-end hot rod build hides a 993 chassis and flat-six, and uses OEM Porsche parts.
This louvered, turbocharged, white-on-white RX-7 represents unadulterated 1980s excess and excellence.
Building replica scale models of enthusiasts actual classics requires extreme passion, patience, and attention detail as bringing these miniatures to life can be as complex as building a real one.
Philippe Gardette has worked on Ferraris for four decades. Find out why the 308 GT4 is his one of his favorites.
Derived from a meeting of the minds at Fiat, Bertone, and Abarth, the 131 transformed from forgettable family car to 3-time World Champion.
It’s mid-engined! It’s rear-wheel drive! It’s supercharged! It’s an early-’90s Toyota minivan!
Dashing through the snow, in a 200-horse all-terrain sleigh…
Tastefully modified, this first-year Fastback is an extension of its owner’s childhood obsession.
The 1M succeeds in updating a classic recipe with modern ingredients.
Reimagined by Singer, this stealth spec 911 is more than just a backroad hot rod.
A son sits down with his father to look back on the car that became part of the family.
The Corvette Stingray is part of American History 101
Listen to the intake howl of six carbs on this 1982-wheeler.
Build it, make it faster, break it, figure out how to fix it, and then make it faster again.
Once raced by a woman and her dog in period, this Amilcar is still seeing plenty of use.