All will be sold at the Driving Into Summer auction, going on right now.
Plus, a reminder of how to safely elevate your car before working under it.
Honda’s high-revving, jewel-like coupe and roadster were actually its first roadgoing cars.
Claude Lelouch is back, too, but this time the run will be through Monaco.
Before it was a rebadged Ford Ranger, Mazda’s little truck was a classic workhorse.
A number of classic Pontiac Fieros littered the water-soaked streets of Midland, Michigan.
It’s easy to deride the Marcos, but its “plywood” is more akin to a state-of-the-art composite technology.
Great color, great presentation, and fantastic details. We’re enthralled by this original Mercedes supercar.
Room for six, a drop-side pickup bed, and TDI diesel power. What more do you need?
From the hockey stripes to Aisin manual locking hubs, this Hilux is living its best life.
It launched during the Great Recession, so maybe this 661-hp roadster is ready for the next one.
Sold as a roller, this Cobra is ready and able to smoke rubber after your choice of Ford V-8 is installed.
Carat Duchatelet is a Belgian coachbuilder that creates limos and custom creations like this big Benz.
A clean example perfectly highlights Paul Bracq’s genius for clean design.
Coachbuilder Caro of Hamburg built a wagon that looks like it came straight out of Stuttgart.
The innovative FWD motorhome loses its sweet ‘70s insides but gains car-moving powers.
Suddenly, it’s 1992 and we’re catching waves in neon wetsuits, hittin’ the beach in our rad Jimnys.
Dutch customizer Autoleitner built this dictator-grade Pullman to have vintage character but modern amenities.
The C-Class ancestor flirted with electric power long before Tesla or the EQ range existed.
Time has been kind to the clean shape, compact proportions, and excellent graphics.