Collectible and Classic Cars
The Collectible and Classic Cars Channel highlights some of the rarest and most sought-after cars. Learn about cars like the Bugatti, the Tucker, Ferraris and dozens more.
1907-1926 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost
1916-1923 Packard Twin Six
The Crazy Story of Borgward, the German Carmaker You've Never Heard Of
1934-1937 Chrysler Airflow
1945-1952 Jeep: Willys Postwar Jeep
1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt Roadster
1941 Dodge Custom Town Sedan
Why the Ford Edsel Failed
Was the Ford Edsel really that much of a failure?
1963-1964 Studebaker Avanti
1969 Shelby GT-350 & GT-500
1967-1968 Shelby GT-350 & GT-500
1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and Formula
1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and 10th Anniversary Trans Am
1970 1/2 Pontiac Firebird
1969 Pontiac Firebird Sprint Convertible
1952 Packard 250 Convertible
1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
What Is the Most Expensive Car in the World?
Cruising Low and Slow: 10 Great Lowriders
How Car Restoration Works
Hot Rod Pictures
Muroc Roadsters: Profile of a Hot Rod
Ritzow Deuce: Profile of a Hot Rod
Millennials and Gen Xers Best Boomers at Collecting Cars
Henry Ford vs. the Dodge Brothers: An All-American Feud
National Historic Vehicle Register Honors Elite Cars
Could Electric Motor Conversions Save Classic Cars?
10 Most Expensive Classic Cars
Classic Car Pictures
Crate motors are popular for breathing new life into classic cars. The newest trend? They're now available in electric, meaning your old classic car can go green.
There's been a slow shift in who's collecting cars, and the boomer generation just passed the torch to two younger generations.
John and Horace Dodge were early investors in the Ford Motor Company, but the relationship quickly devolved into the feud of a lifetime.
By Chris Opfer
The Library of Congress archives all things historical in the U.S. And that also includes many of America's most important cars.
You've heard of Volkswagen. And Daimler. And Porsche. And Audi. But Borgward? Probably not.
Vroom vroom! Hot rods went from a California fad in the 1930s and 1940s to a nationwide trend in the 1950s. Cruise through these hot rod photos and check out some rat rods along the way.
Do you love custom cars? Buckle up and get ready for a wild ride through the world of custom cars, then and now!
These photos showcase some of the rarest, most sought after classic cars from the 20th century's most renowned automakers. Ready to take a drive down memory lane?
The early 1950s were strange times in the U.S. auto industry. The industry had hit a sales slump, and the Korean War was forcing new rationing policies for steel and rubber. Learn how Willys-Overland and Kaiser-Frazer weathered the 1950s slump.
Mustang not only gained a facelift in 1969, but also its own hot versions, the Mach 1 and Boss 302/429. Tradition demanded that Shelby Mustangs, including the 1969 Shelby GT-350 and GT-500 be somewhat faster, but it wasn't going to be easy.
Pontiac stylists had the ability to periodically impart a refreshing new look to the 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and Formula without serious modifications to the actual sheetmetal. Learn more about these Pontiacs in this article.
The 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and 10th Anniversary Trans Am debuted a new look for Firebirds. Learn more the 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am and the 10th Anniversary Trans Am in this article.
Even before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor plunged the United States into the thick of World War II, the jeep's service with the Allied forces was making it almost legendary. Learn about jeep design and roles the jeep filled after World War II.
Mustang put on weight and inches for 1967, and the Shelby followed suit. To keep the car's weight down and its appearance distinctive, Shelby designers created a custom fiberglass front end to complement the production Mustang's longer bonnet.