1944 Willys MB Jeep Retro Review: This Is America’s Real Sports Car

To help celebrate the sacrifices made by America’s servicemen in their greatest of causes, join us as we revisit this MotorTrend Classic story on the piece of equipment that helped the Allies win the war, the Willys MB—the predecessor to today’s Jeep Wrangler. Willie and Joe’s Jeep was a luxury

Why History Hates the 1980s Chevy Camaro IROC-Z

For those who came of automotive age in the 1980s, there was only one Camaro to have: the IROC-Z. Chevrolet offered the IROC-Z trim model of the Z/28 from 1985 to 1990, its badge nodding to the International Race of Champions series that sprang from the brain of Roger Penske

Here’s a Street-Spotted, Second Generation Toyota MR2

The first-generation Toyota Mister Two may get all the attention at auctions right now, as restored examples jockey for increasingly improbable amounts of cash, but the second-generation MR2 was in production for about twice as long. And it remains something of an engineering miracle. It arrived during a time when

Meet The Acura NSX That Sold For $277,000

Prepare to spend a few minutes looking at a very nice car while scratching your chin. Yes, another Japanese modern classic has gone for a silly amount of money on auction site Bring a Trailer. Hot on the heels of a Honda S2000 and a Civic Si each selling for

10 Great Projects to Keep You Busy This Winter

The crisp fall air means different things to different people. To some, it’s a sign that the Pumpkin Spice Latte has made its return to your local Starbucks, to others it’s time to start sourcing your winter project. While the actual process of chasing down your project is part of

Mitsubishi Canter Camper Has A V8, Can Go Anywhere

And has enough space for two. Mitsubishi is probably not the first brand that comes to mind when talking about campers. Yes, the company has some great adventure vehicles but we’ve seen just a few of them used as platforms for custom RV builds. And that’s a shame because –

$1.7M Vario Perfect 1200 Platinum Motorhome Can Swallow An AMG GT

It’s pricey for several reasons. Motorhomes come in several shapes and sizes, more so now than ever, but the upper range of these already expensive vehicles is downright opulent. Take the new Vario Perfect 1200 Platinum as an example. It’s the new top-tier offering from Variomobil that starts at approximately

1976 Chevrolet Nova Is Perfect For Police On a Tight Budget

Fuel costs were getting pretty rough on North American fleet operators by the middle 1970s, so quite a few police departments took a hard look at midsize and even compact Detroit cars instead of the usual full-sized sedans. Our friends at The Old Car Manual Project have added this catalog

UK-Based Camper Van Features L-Shaped Couch And Giant Garage

All fitted in a smart package. The significance of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter to the global motorhome scene is undeniable. We don’t have exact numbers to compare but it could arguably be the most popular chassis for all kinds of camper transformations – both at this side of the big pond