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mazda como sport

Classic Spotlight: Rotary Engine Powered Mazda Cosmo Sport

The Mazda Motor Corporation has developed many stunning and innovative vehicles since the company began manufacturing cars in 1960. One of the company’s most groundbreaking cars was the Mazda Cosmo Sport, which featured a rotary-powered engine. The company began developing its Wankel rotary engine in the 1960s to distinguish itself from other Japanese auto manufacturers, ultimately leading to the creation …

1963 chevrolet corvette

Just Sold At Auction: 1963 Corvette Split Window and More

Recently, six remarkable classic vehicles were sold at Bring a Trailer auctions — a 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe, 1959 Corvette Fuelie, 1977 Alfa Romeo Spider, 1964 Ford Ranchero, 1974 BMW 2002, and 1960 Thunderbird. These attractive vehicles are truly astonishing and showcase classic automotive craftsmanship as well as impressive specifications. Here’s a brief guide to these breathtaking vehicles. 1963 …

1929 Ruxton Roadster

Ruxton Model C Roadster

Although far from a household name, the New Era Motors Company produced a single, stunning entry in the history of automobiles: the 1929 Ruxton Model C Roadster.  This vehicle is an important yet overlooked part of motor history as it was the first car announced that would feature front-wheel drive, but American business executive Errett Lobban Cord released the L-29 …

Ford SVT Cobra

Ford’s SVT: Special Vehicle Team

From 1991 to 2015, the Ford Motor Company featured a remarkable subsidiary that focused on developing high-performance versions of existing vehicles. This subsidiary was known as the Special Vehicle Team or SVT, and it evolved from Ford’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) performance group.   SVT was responsible for some of Ford’s most breathtaking vehicles, and in this blog, you’ll learn about …

de tomaso pantera

The DeTomaso Panteras: Italian Craftsmanship with American Dependability

Throughout the 20th century, many Italian auto manufacturers rose to prominence and produced stunning vehicles, such as Fiat, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, and Lamborghini. One notable Italian car maker that people frequently overlook is the DeTomaso Automobili Ltd., which was started by Alejandro de Tomaso in 1959. From 1971 to 1974, the Ford Motor Company distributed one of the Italian manufacturer’s …

AMX Cars and AMC Cars Styled by Dick Teague

The American Motors Corporation (AMC) was primarily known for producing reliable yet forgettable vehicles that aimed to accommodate older drivers. But that all changed in the late 1960s when the manufacturer realized that the company needed a performance facelift. The company utilized the automotive designing expertise of Dick Teague to design a truly breathtaking pony car — the AMC Javelin. …

AMC Marlin

1965-1967 AMC Marlin: A Whale By Any Other Name is Still a Whale

Throughout its 34 years in business, the American Motors Corporation (AMC) introduced innovative and impressive vehicles, such as the AMX, Rambler, and Javelin. But not every car can be a tremendous success. The manufacturer is also responsible for a vehicle that’s considered by many to be an ugly disappointment — the AMC Marlin. Here’s what you need to know about …


Are You Using an Airtag to Track Your Car?

Classic cars can be valued from a few thousand dollars up to many millions of dollars. In May of 2022, a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé was auctioned off for $142 million in Germany. However, we know that whether you own a $7,500 Porsche 944 or a $10 million 1937 Bugatti Type 57SC Atalante, your classic car is priceless …

1968 AMX

The Story of How the 1968 AMX Came to Be

The American Motors Corporation (AMC) created many stunning cars over the course of its 34 years in business. Although the company went defunct in 1988, its classic vehicles are still much appreciated by motorheads. One of the company’s most impressive creations that’s still adored in the classic car community is the 1968 AMX. Here’s what you need to know about …

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