Seicento Con Brio

Seicento Con Brio

Cars like this are why we miss the “old days” of motorsport. That a major manufacturer would decide to fit brackets to keep the engine cover open during operation is […]

Cosworth-Powered Indycar

Cosworth-Powered Indycar

No, not the DFV, nor the later turbo’d V8s. It’s a Cossie Vega motor..in a ’40s-vintage roadster originally fitted with an Offenhauser. The performance might be disappointing. That said, this […]

It’s Got a Hemi

It’s Got a Hemi

A Daimler hemi-headed 2.5 litre V8, to be precise. While the styling isn’t classically beautiful, it actually looks pretty decent as a racer. And like any English roadster, the Minilite […]

Fast, Old Kitty

Fast, Old Kitty

It’s a little rough, but that’s to be expected of a car that’s been raced hard for thirty-plus years. It’s almost a shame that it’s been raced, because the XK120 […]

Trans-Am Triumph

Trans-Am Triumph

The 2.5 liter class of Trans-Am racing is legendary among import enthusiasts. Datsun, Alfa, and BMW competed and won frequently. Less known is the story of this Triumph Vitesse, built […]

BS Bargain

BS Bargain

That’s B Sedan, a popular SCCA race class from the ’60s/’70s, not something else. With a small straight six breathing through triple Weber carbs, this has to be one of […]

Steel Sebring Replica

Steel Sebring Replica

MG used to be a motorsports powerhouse. No, really. From rally to road racing, MG won everywhere. In the late ’60s, they built an aluminum-bodied coupe for endurance racing, known […]

Beck Hardtop?

Beck Hardtop?

That’s what the seller says, at least. The 550 LeMans Spyder tribute looks quite good, and is apparently faithful enough to have been invited by Porsche to the Rennsport Reunion. […]

Berlina Racer

Berlina Racer

This Giulia has been somewhat recently imported from the homeland, where it raced for many years. With FIA papers, it should be welcome at most any vintage event in the […]

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