Spohn's 1957 DV-13 Convertible Was the Unattractive Last Gasp of a Former Coachbuilding Legend

There’s something bittersweet about looking at the last car an automotive manufacturer put together. Behind all those metal curves and hopefully-this-sticks innovations, you can almost see the vain hope that this will rejuvenate the company, that this will be the thing that manages to bring them back from the brink…

Meet the Golden Eagle, The Car Claimed to Have Killed At Least Fourteen People

Who doesn’t love a good spooky story? It’s the perfect time of year to blur the line between the real and the supernatural—and here at Jalopnik, that means we’re doing it on four wheels. We’d like to introduce you to the 1964 Dodge 330 Limited Edition, nicknamed the “Golden Eagle”, a car with a reputation that could…

How I Found Some of the Strangest Minis Ever in a Random Neighborhood in Chile

At this very moment, I’m on the half of the Earth I usually don’t get to visit: the lower half. Specifically, I’m in Temuco, Chile, where I’m taking part in a drive with three Mini Countryman Hybrids which are attempting to drive the entire Pan-American Highway, from Texas all the way to the Earth’s appendix—Tierra…

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