Loads of fun to drive, remarkably easy to live with.
A lifted Fiero, a wooden Jeep, and a Dumb and Dumber van? They’re all at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale.
Are vintage kit cars starting to actually be worth something?
Ok, so it doesn’t actually fly but it’s street legal and for sale.
Built by two Frenchmen, this hot-rod Lambo is looking for a new owner.
A wonderfully crusty and original Steve McQueen legacy car is a record-setter.
This stripped-down American dream is one hell of a time machine.
Getting a headlight for your MkIV Supra is about to get easier.
Because seriously, what else can top this?
A 1989 ASC McLaren Mustang convertible, in this case.
Honda’s roadster for a new millennium is an appreciating collector car.
The real fate of the Furious star’s personal collection.
All these years later, the Countach is still the stuff of dreams.
Is Nissan’s decade-old super coupe still relevant, even with a hardcore name?
Some of these are even legal to import to the States by now.
Old-school SUV looks combined with modern turbocharged VTEC power.
It’s not the most expensive Schumacher-affiliated Ferrari ever, but you probably couldn’t afford it anyhow.
The amazing no-sales at this Saudi auction included an off-road Ferrari (!), a 3,000-HP Dodge, and a BMW M1.
The heavily customized big rig also has 12 superchargers.
Like Indy cars themselves, the opportunities are going fast.