A company called Armbruster-Stageway out of Fort Smith, Arkansas has quite a long history of building funeral coaches and limos. Back in the ’70s, it built this 454 cubic-inch, fifteen-passenger monster Chevrolet Suburban. I love the look of all those doors.

Before the little rear-engine, air-cooled runabout that came to define Italy’s car culture for decades—the Fiat 500 “Nuova”—came onto the scene in the late 1950s, there was the Fiat 500 Topolino. This ~1951 Fiat 500C had a liquid-cooled 569cc inline-four mounted ahead of the front axle, and made only about 16

I’ve been thinking a lot about the Mitsubishi Evo IX lately. I’m awake at night thinking about a turbocharged 4, all wheel drive, rally provenance. My productivity has been reduced to nothing as I dream of the performance version of a startlingly average sedan. I can do nothing else but think, dream, and feel Evo. 

I stuck around until the end of Luftgekühlt 6 on Saturday to see if anyone would claim this yellow thing. They never did, so I drove away with it. I guess it’s mine now. 

Did 2003 really happen, or were we all living in an alternate universe where this kind of thing seemed normal? Everything from the chrome big n’ littles to the color-shift paint to the SpoCom crazy EP3 Civic Si-shaped body basically carbon dates this car as having been built in the early 2000s. The great thing about

Remember the ‘90s, back when everyone was obsessed with the ‘60s? It was a weird time. Holden was no exception—the company unveiled this Sandman Concept at the bitter end of the ‘90s as a lighthearted way to hearken back groovier times, but it just ended up being...well, weird.

The 2019 Chevrolet Camaro SS design to be changed following criticism. Does that mean that the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro SS is the Sonic-The-Hedgehog-with-human-teeth of the automotive industry? Weird that both were announced on the same day.

Being that today marks 25 years since the death of Formula One icon Ayrton Senna, I spent some of it watching in-car videos and perusing the photo archives of his history in the sport. While it’s impossible to say nobody took racing seriously before Senna, nobody took it as serious as he did. His steely determination

Brad Keselowski perfected the art of a backwards NASCAR pitstop Sunday afternoon at Talladega Superspeedway. Being that Keselowski had the first pit box on pit road, he came in and overshot the entrance. By stepping on the binders with the wheel turned, the car locked up and spun. By sheer force of luck, Keselowski’s

It’s always better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. As for us, we’ll always have 1966 Aston Martin DBS by Carrozzeria Touring. You had me at “Hello.”

Remember the Fiero-based Pontiac Mera? It’s totally not a GM-sanctioned Ferrari 308 replica. Definitely not. That would be dishonest. 

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