Ford Transit Camper Chock-Full Of Upgrades, Costs Nearly $100,000

What more could you want? What do you do when you want a van with the sporty touches of MS-RT combined with the niceties of mobile living from Wellhouse Leisure? You order yourself a personalized Ford Transit Custom and turn it into a campervan. That’s what one Ford fan by

Sports Sedans Don't Get Much Cooler Than This 1983 Alpina B9

Before BMW created the M5, if you wanted a hot 5-Series, you had to go to Alpina. Believe me—this was no hardship. The longtime BMW tuner has been turning out powerful, effortlessly cool cars based on BMWs for a some time, and this 1983 B9 3.5 is a perfect example.

Hammock Time: Roof Is Coolest Part Of This Rugged RV

Here’s a motorhome for any adventure. German motorhome builder Sunlight has a new, custom RV that’s specifically for folks who are into outdoorsy sports like mountain biking, skiing, mountain climbing, and hiking. Based on an all-wheel-drive Fiat Ducato van (better known as the Ram ProMaster in the United States), the

This 1967 Chevy C10 Went From the Pasture to the Passing Lane

Certain vehicles have a tendency to follow you through life, whether it means literally following you on a trailer or somehow finding its way back to your garage after being sold. For Jason McKinney, this 1967 Chevy C10 has followed him around for a while. He came to know the

First Test: M1 Abrams Tank

Tanks are rolling through Washington, D.C. in honor of Independence Day. As part of President Trump’s “Salute to America” parade, multiple military vehicles like the Humvee, M2 Bradley armored fighting vehicle, and M1 Abrams main battle tank will be featured, plus flyovers from the Air Force, Navy, Coast Guard, and

1911 Fiat S76 Roars 28.4-Liter 4-Cylinder Engine At Goodwood FoS

No, that’s not a typo. After checking out the tiny Honda E, we figured having a look at an entirely different car would be appropriate. Also going up the hill during the first day of the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed is the one-of-two Fiat S76 a.k.a. “The Beast of

Got Fins? Check Out These 1950s Tail-Fin Cars

Tailfins on jet airplanes, badminton shuttlecocks, and fish are here to stay but as a mid-modern styling embellishment for cars fins only stuck around for a little over a decade. First as pointy little nubs and then as big fins peaking in 1959 with Cadillac producing the most iconic pair

1969: Volkswagen Beetle lets you live below your means

You could buy a new Chevy Nova for $2,315 in 1969… or a Beetle for $1,799. Doyle Dane Bernbach’s iconic advertisements for Volkswagen, starting in 1959, made the advertising agency a legend in its own time and helped Volkswagen of America sell tiny, funny-looking air-cooled cars in vast numbers. The

One-Off Porsche 911 Speedster Has A $50,000 Windshield

Add 20-grand more for the whole work done on the windshield alone. The Porsche 993, the internal designation for the last 911 generation with an air-cooled engine, is probably among the most valuable and most desirable versions of the iconic sports car. Its demise marked the end of an era

Wrangler Smash! This 6×6 Jeep Wrangler Hellcat Wants All Your Money

You’ll find a wide variety of vehicles at collector-car auctions, from ultra-rare exotics to coveted classics to completely bonkers custom creations. This Hellcat-powered 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Custom 6×6 falls into the latter category. Take your run-of-the-mill 2016 JK Wrangler Unlimited, create a custom bed, add a third axle, and