You Could Be the Lucky Human to Buy Burt Reynolds' 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

It’s probably pretty safe to say that Burt Reynolds is the reason some of us love cars. How can you not love the beautiful gold-and-black Trans Am he drove so cavalierly in Smokey and the Bandit? The answer: it’s impossible. But you, Lucky Soul, could help a little piece of history live on, because Reynolds’ Trans…

The Most Expensive Car Ever Sold at Auction Is This 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO For $48.4 Million

It’s been described as “the world’s most important, desirable, and legendary motor car.” Of course, that was by the people selling it, but the hyperbole must have worked somehow, because this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most expensive car ever sold at auction this weekend at an RM Sotheby’s sale during Monterey…

Someone Buy This, the Best Chevy Venture in the Known Universe

A Chevy Venture is, let’s face it, a deeply, deeply boring car. But, speaking of facing things, consider this: maybe it’s a fantastic car, if only the front end were replaced with a gigantic, snarling face? Didn’t think of that, did you? Well, someone did, and then got their Snarlventure repo’d, which means this…

How the Mighty Have Fallen: 30-Mile Porsche 911 R Estimated to Take Measly $375,000 at Auction

Do you remember the Porsche 911 R? The first one on sale in the U.S. was listed for nearly $700,000 in late 2016. It didn’t take long for secondhand 911 Rs to start demanding over $1 million. But now, just a couple of years later, the 911 R is estimated to go for the dirt-cheap cost of just $375,000 at auction.

If I Had $700,000 I Definitely Would Have Bought The 1965 Mercer-Cobra Roadster

When we look back at the post-WWII automotive designs pouring out of manufacturers, we probably would think of them as “modern” by today’s standards. But at the time, the industry was ready for something fresh, and engineers were ready to deliver. Tons of concept cars showcasing the future appeared at exhibitions…