The once-static concept was brought to life thanks to James Glickenhaus. Now it has a wild V-12 exhaust note.
Yes, 27 liters. That's not a typo.
How the E30 was born.
If you're into rotaries, you're going to want to see this.
Yes, the exhaust cost more than the entire car. But after listening to this, you'll understand it was worth it.
There's now one less F40 on the roads. A sad day.
But it was far from boring.
This Italian hot hatch is time-attack ready, and sounds the business.
Jerry Seinfeld bought the actual 917 that starred in the movie Le Mans. Here's how it happened.
The Sprint Turbo may have worn a Chevy badge, but that turbo inline-three was pure Suzuki.
It originally sold for 59 cents, according to the collector who discovered it.
This 750iL has a custom exhaust and a six-speed swap. It's just about perfect.
Tiff and co-host Paul Woodman test-drive every M5, back-to-back.
V-8? Check. Manual transmission? Check. Pickup bed? You bet.
These cars are pretty much guaranteed to cost a fortune in repairs and maintenance, but we want them anyway.
America isn't the only place in the world where muscle cars are king.
In 1986, Toyota switched its iconic Celica from rear- to front-wheel drive. But it didn't ruin the car.
The Vantage Le Mans V600 is one of the rarest and most unique Astons out there. This one's just been listed on eBay.