Truly Grand GT

Truly Grand GT

Few Italian exotics should ever be equipped with a traditional torque-converter automatic transmission. A big Grand Tourer like this Ferrari 456 is one of the exceptions, as it’s not meant […]

Pay More, Get Less

Pay More, Get Less

With this week’s unveiling of the track-focused 911R at the Geneva Auto Show, Porsche has gone back to the well once again – selling a decontented, enthusiast-focused car for more […]

In Soviet Russia…

In Soviet Russia…

..the jokes almost write themselves, don’t they? Though this Russian-built military truck was originally used in East Germany, but that joke doesn’t flow that easily. One would imagine most Ossis […]

“Driven Regularly”

“Driven Regularly”

..to the shop, perhaps? The seller claims that since purchase by the second owner in 1993 with 200 miles, it has been driven regularly. “Regular” driving apparently has different meanings, […]

AC Approves

AC Approves

If you don’t mind every gas stop (of which there will be many) to be interrupted by gawkers referencing OJ, this is an awesome Bronco. There have to be very […]

Salvaged Snake

Salvaged Snake

It’s been hit and rebuilt, so the long-term value will suffer. But this a barrel full of speed and fun for not a great deal of money. The new cam […]

The Modern Cobra?

The Modern Cobra?

With the massive flares, short wheelbase, and big power, there might be an argument to be made on behalf of the M Roadster. This one looks nearly perfect, and should […]

The ur-Ecoboost

The ur-Ecoboost

Sorry for the mixed Audi-Ford metaphor, but really, the SVO is the daddy of the new, hot Ecoboost Mustang. Launched as a “sophisticated” alternative to the crude V8, both four-cylinder […]

Take the Family ANYWHERE

Take the Family ANYWHERE

Four-wheel drive with low-range. Diesel. Automatic transmission. Yes, it’s right-hand drive, but it’s not powerful enough to pass anyone, so seeing ahead won’t be an issue. This is so cool, […]

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