Stashed Away for Years, Fiat 124 Special T Is up for Bids

The Fiat 124 was one of the most-important global hits for the Italian automaker in the second half of the 20th century, launching a whole family of models and gaining an even more extensive lineup once it was licensed to other automakers like SEAT and VAZ. The model remains a

Two Barn-Stored Aston Martins Emerge and Head to Auction

If you thought that all barns, sheds, and garages in the UK have been checked by now for forgotten or misplaced Aston Martins, we have a once-dynamic duo to show you: a 1973 Aston Martin V8 and a 1971 Aston Martin DBS have just emerged from a barn after decades

Why Wouldn't You Want A Rotary-Swapped Mazda 1200 Restomod?

Mazda is on a roll with its styling at the moment, with the current Mazda3 arguably being one of the best looking hatchbacks on sale. It clearly has good genes, as this Mazda 1200 coupe – an indirect ancestor to the 3 – is a roughly four-metre-long slice of Japanese

Rare Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible Could Fetch $6.5M At Auction

It’s expected to be more expensive than the one sold in 2014. The 1960s and early 1970s were the golden age of pony cars. Among the popular muscle cars that ruled the roads then, the Plymouth Barracuda, or more affectionately known as the ‘Cuda, had gained popularity among the general

1981 Chevrolet Suburban Custom Deluxe Is Junkyard Treasure

The Junkyard Treasures series tends to showcase more cars than trucks, but since trucks and truck-shaped cars now rule the American road, I decided to seek out an old Suburban. No, not a Plymouth Suburban but the genuine GM article, from the generation of these trucks built for most of

Celebrate The Mini Hatch's 20th Birthday With This £3000 JCW

Time to blow out those candles – the Mini hatchback is 20 years old. Two decades have passed since the first car rolled off BMW‘s Mini plant in Oxford, which still produces all variants bar the Countryman today. Naturally, this has us feeling quite nostalgic. And when we get nostalgic,

1987 Dodge Ram 50 Causes Other Japanese Pickups to Hallucinate

Once Ford and GM developed their homegrown Ranger and S-10, respectively, Chrysler was the last of the Detroit Big Three to continue selling rebadged Japanese small pickups in the United States. The Mitsubishi Triton, known on these shores as the Mighty Max (with Mitsubishi badging) and Ram 50 (with Dodge

1991 Isdera Imperator 108i Heads to Auction

The decade of the 1980s produced no shortage of supercars, from well-known and fairly high-volume models by Italian automakers to more obscure efforts, drawing equally on parts bin items and cash from a booming economy. The lucky ones arrived on sale before the 1987 stock market crash and saw plenty

Selling the First Successful Automatic Transmission: GM’s Hydra-Matic

As we all know, manual transmissions in new cars have been lingering on the precipice of extinction for years now, rendering bread-and-butter used cars nearly impossible to sell. We say we like three-pedal cars, but then there’s that long stop-and-go highway commute with no free hands to work the phone

This 10k-Mile Honda CRX Is Listed For A Ridiculous £50k

It’s not often CT editor-in-chief Alex gets angry about something that isn’t food-related (trust me, you don’t want to be around him when he’s missed lunch), so it piqued my interest when I received his ranty message about a particular Honda CRX. Said example of the iconic hatchback is an