A culture of souped-up cars, luxury cars and collector cars has flourished in Miami for decades. This weekend it will all be on display.
For four years in the 1950s, the Great American Mountain Rally tested drivers and their cars, on steep slopes and through snow and mud.
A limited edition collaboration between BMW and the artist is unveiled. “I wanted to make a car that, when it drove by, would go pop-pop-pop.”
Auto industry people have a special affection for Mazda’s petite (and affordable) roadster.
Bring a Trailer had a huge year, but rivals big and small are planning to grab a piece of this market, which the pandemic has accelerated at a breakneck pace.
The Hirohata Merc, a prime example of the custom car scene that blossomed in midcentury Southern California, notched two records in its sale.
The “Hirohata Merc,” commissioned in 1952 and one of the most famous custom cars of its era, is up for sale for the first time in over 60 years.
The Hagerty brand insures collectible autos — two million of them — and its articles and videos draw crowds. After going public, it has bigger plans.
Nostalgia mixes with tape decks and car phones at RADwood events that aim to capture “the essence of a bodacious era.”
This car was built almost exclusively with 1930s mechanical components, but it has been driven as fast as 70 m.p.h.
Across seven decades, the roadster has radiated a sporty elegance, and a new generation adds a dash of modern driving technology.
Larry Kosilla, one of the top car detailers in the country, gives Ferraris, Lamborghinis and old barn finds the beauty treatment.
The pursuit of a car wistfully recalled from the writer’s youth begins with an exhaustive online search and ends with an auction victory and a special delivery.
Volkswagen’s original Beetle, cute and petite, still thrills aficionados.
Hitting the road and track with Cadillac’s roaring Blackwings, a Porsche 911 GTS and the rare BMW M2 CS.
As the nation shifts to electric vehicles, picture well-kept but long discontinued gas-powered pickups, especially in areas where charging stations may be sparse.
There’s money in the air at Monterey Car Week, so where better to sell a rare new Bugatti or Ferrari?
A devoted fan of the 1985 movie helped the London production’s creative team recreate the iconic time-traveling DeLorean, down to the last detail.
Bugeye Sprites and other small roadsters might not seem up to the task, but collectors with some time on their hands have eagerly made the trek.
His marquee item in the auction, an Airstream trailer bought in the “Sleepless in Seattle” era, brought in over $200,000.
Saturday mornings are for celebrating stylish sheet metal in the parking lot of a storied hobby shop in metro Detroit.
They are the cars that seemed to be in everyone’s driveways a few decades ago. Now they are hard to find.
Cars with manual transmissions, even late models, are holding their value as the collector market hunts for rarity.
Since its chance rediscovery in 2011, the heavily altered racecar has been the subject of seemingly endless legal twists and turns and acrimonious confrontations.
Building cars from old fridges and junkyard parts, these tinkerers make the most of castoff materials to build an array of wild and impressive cars.
To celebrate 60 years of the E-Type, the British automaker is selling six pairs and will drive them from Coventry to Geneva, as a tribute to their introduction.
The value of collectibles — like coffee tables, whiskey, Air Jordans and Pokémon cards — has soared.
For two decades, Ian Callum led the look at Jaguar Land Rover. Now he’s reimagining some vintage cars, including the Jag Mark 2 and a classic Corvette.
The Adenauer Benz helped lift the automaker after its work for the Nazis. Today, pristine models go for a small fraction of Gullwings from the same era.
The virus hastened the rise of online sales, as connoisseurs of vintage vehicles found more time to spend with their socially distanced hobby.
The Jensen Interceptor, introduced in 1949, has been reborn numerous times since. Restorations are common, and there are whispers of another incarnation.
The Purosangue, whose details remain closely held, will be out next year. But the carmaker’s evolving lineup, too, points to a (slightly) more inclusive approach.
The power and prestige of cars like a 1990 Lamborghini might compel some owners to take a Sunday drive. But with odometers this low, the investment would take a hit.
For six decades, a small-block Chevy has powered the dreams of hot-rodders and Corvettes, and plenty of other cars, even a Ford Mustang.
Driven by an early fascination with the American West, a photographer set off to travel part of America’s most celebrated highway.
“There is no nanny system. It is just you and your steering wheel and your right foot and the road.”
Put through its paces on a motor club’s racetrack, the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S growls with a gaudy 640 horsepower and handling that lets even amateur drivers feel like superheroes.
Wristwatches and fast cars: precision machines that have grown together for a century, drawing crowds and connoisseurs.
The Bugatti Chiron commands a fortune, but for serious car aficionados in the 1 percent, it represents perfection. Perfection that can top out at 261 miles an hour.
Aston Martin is re-creating the Bond DB5, as seen in “Goldfinger,” with all the (responsible) spy gear it could stuff into it.
The little blue coupe’s journey shows how ordinary things played out in extraordinary circumstances.
A growing array of specialty shops are turning classics into silent brutes with tire-burning torque and vintage style.
Bring a Trailer has 100,000 registered bidders and listed 11,000 cars in a banner 2019, while the traditional auction market shows signs of cooling.