Other Car Makes and Models
Do you love the 1930s Citroen Traction Avant or 1950s and 1960s Bentleys? Learn about these and cars like the Lagonda, the Nova, the Thunderbird and classic Jaguars.
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
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Hot Rod Pictures
Muroc Roadsters: Profile of a Hot Rod
Ritzow Deuce: Profile of a Hot Rod
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Henry Ford vs. the Dodge Brothers: An All-American Feud
National Historic Vehicle Register Honors Elite Cars
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.
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?
Britain's high-performance Jensen Interceptor never got much attention in the U.S., though every one of these Italian-styled tourers carried a Chrysler V-8 engine and TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Read about the 1966-1991 Jensen Interceptor.
The Chrysler Chronos was born of a design competition and based on a 1953 classic. It served as Chrysler's bold 1998 flagship concept and featured a smooth 350-horsepower and a 6.0-liter overhead-cam V-10. See photos and learn about this concept car.
A chance meeting between William Lyons, founder of Jaguar, and a neighbor led to the creation of a classic. Cars like the 1937 SS Jaguar 100 gave Jaguar a reputation for producing beautifully styled sports cars. Follow the Jaguar story from the start.
The 1962-1996 Buick V-6 was originally built to save money over the production cost of the V-8. The V-6 was durable and adaptable which helped this engine last longer than all other engines of this era. Learn more about the efficient 1962-1996 Buick V-6.
The arrival of the Jeep Wagoneer in the fall of 1962 was tremendously important for Jeep. In fact its arrival was a defining event for an entire class of vehicles that would spring up over the next 40 years. Check out this revolutionary vehicle.