Shooting Brakes: The Best, the Worst, and the Confused

I've been doing some thinking lately. Mostly along the lines of which numbers would win the lotto so I wouldn't have to work anymore. This, somewhat surprisingly, does not take up the majority of my week. So I had to find something else to think about. That thing was shooting breaks. There seems to be some confusion… » 2/24/15 2:21pm 2/24/15 2:21pm

Hispano Alemán Vizcaya: The German-Spanish-Italian-Canadian Porsche…

I could talk about the Porsche 914 all day. Even though I love how it looks right out of the box, I can certainly understand why some don't. » 5/07/14 11:39am 5/07/14 11:39am

The Mazzanti Evantra Is A 701-Horsepower Boutique Supercar

Three years ago, Italian boutique manufacturer Faralli and Mazzanti came out with the $473,000 Vulca S. Designed by fellow Hungarian Zsolt Tárnok, it was a nice looking car with allegedly the build quality of a Lada Niva. Today, Faralli is gone, but Zsolt has penned a new supercar called the Evantra. » 4/29/13 12:53pm 4/29/13 12:53pm

For $23,000, Who Needs Swag When You Have Lincoln Style?

Many lament that the Lincoln of today does not reflect the luxury and ostentation of the brand's great products of years past. To rectify this, perhaps the marque should look no further than today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom '78, that is of course, if its price is not equally lamentable. » 12/05/12 8:00am 12/05/12 8:00am

For $27,885, is an old retro car a retro-retro car?

They say those who don't learn from the past are condemned to repeat it. Alain Clenet learned a lot in history calls, as proven by today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Series III Asha, but will its price prove condemnable? » 7/29/11 8:00am 7/29/11 8:00am

For $9,500, enjoy that old car smell

Few cars survive their maker's demise, but the Studebaker Avanti seemed so advanced perhaps it managed to exist on borrowed time. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 4-door Avanti is uber rare, but is its price worth borrowing for? » 2/02/11 8:00am 2/02/11 8:00am

Touring Superleggera Flying Star: The Coachbuilt Shooting Brake Returns

The Bentley Continental Flying Star wasn't built by Bentley, but rather Italian coachbuilder Touring Superleggera for a customer with exceptionally good taste and a need to haul golf clubs at 200 MPH. » 3/02/10 10:30am 3/02/10 10:30am

First Look: The Maserati GS Zagato IRL

The first shots of Zagato's coachbuilt GranSport coupe surfaced on Ultimate Car Page yesterday, providing the first look at the kind of exclusivity one custom-kitchen magnate's fortune can buy. Designers did work in the all-important helmet bubbles, though appear to have gotten a little curvilinear happy, like they'd… » 4/20/07 7:49am 4/20/07 7:49am