The Cayenne SUV was not Porsche’s first four-wheeler. Dr. Ferdinand Porsche built three prototype-tractors in 1934 which led to the production of a range of tractors fitted with one- to-four-cylinder engines.
This unique 1959 GAZ-Volga – a product of a Soviet Union/Ford joint project now lives in British Columbia.
A car that was born in the depression and restored in the recent recession, the Delage D8S certainly gives a new meaning to the phrase elegance. Nigel Matthews and Philip Powell go in-depth with this year’s Pebble Beach winner.
With a V-12 diesel engine, torsion bar suspension, and five rubber-tire road wheels…this is one ‘classic’ you wouldn’t normally see at a Concours d’Elegance!
Bought for $500, the dash and seats weren’t cracked–only the gas tank. Spring Thaw participant, John Chattin-McNichols found himself a craigslist bargain in this 1967 Volvo 144S.
A rare bird, the Dove looks like the Triumph equivalent of an MGB GT, except it predated the latter by two years.
Have you ever considered how your classic was transported around the world or across the ocean? Before containers and roll on/roll off shipping, cars were often protected by wooden crates.