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Pick of the Week: 1970 Saab 96 V4 factory rally car

Pick of the Week: 1970 Saab 96 V4 factory rally car

This Pick of the Week is not your Uncle Olaf’s Saab. It’s an ultra-rare 1970 Saab 96 V4 factory rally car, a full-on dirt-road warrior built for FIA (Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile) competition. The seller says the car is outfitted with “a bare-metal race-car interior, full roll cage, racing seats with 5-point harnesses, Halda Tripmaster, […]

Classic Profile: The Mighty Cadillac V16

Classic Profile: The Mighty Cadillac V16

In the enthusiasm of the late 1920’s, Cadillac developed its trend-setting 16-cylinder engine of 452 cubic inches – developing 175 horsepower. While it is true that Packard introduced the landmark Twin-Six, its 12-cylinder engine, in the 1916 model year, it was the Cadillac V16 that set off the American “cylinder wars” at a time when […]

Pick of the Week: 1968 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

Pick of the Week: 1968 Dodge Coronet Super Bee

For the first entry in our new ClassicCars.com feature, Pick of the Week, we have a popular low-mileage piece of classic Mopar muscle that the seller claims to be an all-original car in great shape.  The blue 1968 Dodge Coronet Super Bee coupe has just 30,843 miles on its odometer, and it is a numbers-matching […]

Classic Profile: Packard Model 30 Runabout

Classic Profile: Packard Model 30 Runabout

Packard is one of the most highly regarded brands from the classic era, with roots going back to the very beginning of the 20th Century. Although the automaker is revered today for bold luxury cars, it’s not often remembered for its early days when Packard built sporting cars. Packard, like many other manufacturers of the […]

By May 21, 2014 Read More →
Classic Profile: The Kissel Speedster

Classic Profile: The Kissel Speedster

The Kissel Motor Car Company may not be a well-recognized marque today, but it is owed a debt of gratitude from every red-blooded American car guy. The reason is the company’s introduction in 1919 of its Speedster (later nicknamed the Gold Bug Speedster) which cemented in the American mindset the idea of the sports car. […]

By April 28, 2014 Read More →
Vehicle Profile: Lamborghini Diablo VT

Vehicle Profile: Lamborghini Diablo VT

The 1st-gen Lamborghini “Diablo VT” was breathtaking to behold and is arguably one of the most beautiful, sexy and extremely-fast, exotic-supercars ever produced! This over-the-top, almost-as-fast-as-a-speeding-bullet, as aerodynamically perfect as anything earthbound could be, fire-breathing beast was designed by the infamous and proud Marcello Gandini, who had also designed the two predecessors in line to […]

By July 30, 2013 Read More →
Vehicle Profile: Chevrolet Camaro

Vehicle Profile: Chevrolet Camaro

Sometime during April of 1965, long before any official announcement was made by General Motors’ Chevrolet Division, reports had begun circulating that Chevrolet was preparing to build a vehicle code-named “Panther” in the newly identified Pony/Musclecar category. This mysterious new vehicle was intended to compete directly with the highly successful Ford Mustang. The Ford Mustang […]

By July 5, 2013 Read More →
Vehicle Profile: The Scarab

Vehicle Profile: The Scarab

One of the most successful, purpose-built race cars in American history has to be the legendary, Reventlow Automobile’s SCARAB! Named “America’s Finest Sports Car” by the influential Road and Track magazine, this beautifully sculpted, aluminum bodied race car was born in the mind of an amazingly talented young man…

By July 2, 2013 Read More →
Vehicle Profile: The Scarab – Part 2

Vehicle Profile: The Scarab – Part 2

Thanks to the efforts, admiration, fond memories and sheer determination of Mr. Richard Kitzmiller, president and founder of Kansas based Scarab Motorsports, LLC, (www.scarab-motorsports.com) the amazingly successful, Holy Grail of America Racing History and the original 1958 creation of young Lance Reventlow has been born again. He wanted to remain as close to the original […]

By July 2, 2013 Read More →
Vehicle Profile: Volkswagen Beetle

Vehicle Profile: Volkswagen Beetle

The Volkswagen “Type 1″, more affectionately (and certainly more descriptively), referred to as the “Beetle” or “Bug”, was first introduced to the American public in 1949. It was 1933 and the demand of Germany’s leader…

By July 1, 2013 Read More →