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Magazine articles on classic and rare car collecting, history, and restoration.
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Mitch Andrews
7 Of Today's Fastest Production Cars Horsepower ratings, 0-60mph times, quarter mile times, and prices of these hot cars. mark for My Articles 279 similar articles
Car and Driver
January 2004
Larry Webster
The Megastars At last, we find out if the highly touted Ford GT can go toe to toe with a fabled Ferrari Challenge Stradale and a killer Porsche 911 GT3. mark for My Articles 252 similar articles
Car and Driver
January 2004
Roger Stansfield
Sport: Wanna Buy Schuey's F1 Car? Enzo may be gone, but there's still someone at Ferrari with a very good eye for making that extra buck. At Ferrari, after the cars have been retired for a couple of years and have lost any spy value they might otherwise have had for rival teams, potential buyers will be welcomed with open arms . mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
Car and Driver
December 2003
Brock Yates
Barbarians on the Grass The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance: There goes the neighborhood as the concours is opened for the second time to hot rods. mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
September 17, 2003
Matthew Simpson
Top 10: Most Expensive Classic Cars If you thought your convertible was expensive, check out some of the costliest collector cars ever sold. To make the list, cars must be classics (at least a few decades old) and must have been sold for a quantifiable amount. mark for My Articles 197 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 2002
Paul Weissler
Storing Your Car A 2- to 4-month driving season followed by eight to 10 months of storage is something many car enthusiasts go through every year. You want to be able to store the vehicle without big expense, yet with minimum deterioration and an easy return to operation. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
December 5, 2001
Rick Reilly
A Long Love Lost She was my little red 1961 Corvette. Rag top, white coves, 283 fuel-injected engine, big white sidewalls, gleaming chrome, big steering wheel, fuzzy red dice. Lord, she was fast. She could get rubber in all four gears. We were together for 10 years, and every day with her was a joy... mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
April 18, 2001
Dennis O'Connell
Top 10 Cars Of All-Time If there's one list that is sure to omit some classics, this would be it. But I have decided to select 10 post-WWII cars that made big news upon their release, either for their innovative mechanical engineering or their sheer pioneering designs... mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
October 2000
Jack Boulware
Feel the Noise In the belly of a tricked-out Ford Bronco called "The Beast," behind pressure-sealed doors and a blastproof windshield 3 inches thick, lies a 48-speaker, 175-decibel, 48,000-watt sound system eight times louder than a 747. Get ready to Rumble... mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
September 2000
2000 Monterey Historic Automobile Races Most old-car events are all show and no go, as one would expect. But the great thing about the Monterey Historic Automobile Races is that for 27 years they have provided the go for the collecter-car enthusiast. mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
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