1967 Honda S600 Is Available Right Now

This 1967 Honda S600 was sold new in Switzerland and imported to Germany by a dealer in 1989. A restoration was initiated by the previous owner a number of years after his acquisition in 1991, and it was completed shortly before the seller purchased the car from him in 2014. Work included a bare metal repaint, new interior, a replacement soft top, and a complete overhaul of the non-original 606cc inline-four. The car is equipped with a 4-speed manual gearbox and has been driven approximately 500 kilometers over the last three years. It is now being offered in Cologne, Germany with invoices for the engine rebuild, recent Read More

1972 Ford Bronco, Rare and A 4×4 Runner’s Dream

This 1972 Ford Bronco was purchased new in Del Norte, Colorado and was with the original owner until the seller acquired it in 2009. It underwent a body-off restoration around 4 years ago and was cosmetically and mechanically modified at that time. Cosmetic changes included refinishing the two-tone paint, installing a Badlands winch, fitting 17″ KMC XD Series off-road rims and more. The Ford Racing 302ci crate motor features MSD Atomic EFI and is paired to an NV3550 5-speed manual. The Bronco has covered 8,617 miles since the work was completed and is offered with a clean Colorado title in the seller’s name. The body was separated from the frame Read More

Autonomous bus makes inaugural Atlanta run—without catastrophe

A boxy red bus-like vehicle traversed a mile-long stretch of North Avenue on Thursday, from Ponce City Market to Midtown, to help usher in a new era of transportation in Atlanta. While the route was unremarkable, the driver—or lack thereof—made the trip unique. The test of self-driving Transdev EZ10 marked the first of what promises to be many trips by autonomous vehicles on the streets of Atlanta. ABC reports the vehicle made multiple trips along the route, ferrying media members (and Mayor Kasim Reed) eager to see the technology at work. Noted the news station: “The test on North Avenue in the city’s bustling Midtown area meant Read More

Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival 2017: Polished & Shiny

Each year the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance, one of the nation’s largest and fastest-growing automotive and motorsports enthusiast events, features leading automotive collectors from around the world. Among the notable names that visitors and enthusiasts will encounter at the 2017 event are Ken Gross and Robert (“Bob”) Jepson, Jr., selected respectively as this year’s Pinnacle and Honored Collectors. Their unparalleled collections sponsored by Reliable Carriers will be featured both Saturday and Sunday, November 4 and 5, 2017, at the Port Royal Golf Club on Hilton Head Island. “We are thrilled to be featuring both men this year and are excited that attendees will Read More

Really Cool – Restored 1969 Porsche 912 5-Speed

This 1969 Porsche 912 is a 5-speed example that was discovered by the selling dealer in a Southern Oregon barn after 18 years of storage. It has benefited from a restoration in the three and a half years since, including a bare metal repaint and new interior, as well as extensive engine and mechanical work. The previous owner purchased the car in the early 1970s and was an active PCA member. He participated in the Portland Porsche Parade in 1980 and drove the car regularly until 1999, when health issues prevented him from getting behind the wheel. The matching-numbers 1.6L flat-four was rebuilt during the restoration and is Read More

1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Has Come On the Market

This 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider was purchased by the seller as a disassembled project in 1988. The car was subsequently restored, including a repaint in Bianco and a refresh of the interior. Fitted by a previous owner with a twin cam inline-four block from a 1958 Sprint Veloce, the engine was subsequently rebuilt in the 1990s by the seller with work including machining the crankshaft, magnafluxing and refurbishing of the rods, balancing the engine, new main and rod bearings, new pistons and liners, new timing chains and more detailed below. The 4-speed “tunnel case” manual gearbox was refurbished in 2013 with new bearings and syncro rings Read More

Porsche 914-6 GT Tribute – Drive Around in Style

This 1975 Porsche 914 was acquired by the seller over one year ago. It was the recipient of a complete rotisserie restoration performed by Porsche specialists Einar’s Garage in Seabrook, Texas. The goal was to produce a period-correct 1971 Porsche 914-6 GT Tribute based around the vehicle’s current powerplant. The car features wide steel fenders with backdated exterior and cabin components, while power comes from a rebuilt 1971 914-6 2.0-liter flat-six mated to a side-shift 5-speed manual gearbox. Correct 914-6 Koni front and rear suspension has also been installed. This unique Porsche is now being offered with pictures documenting the restoration, original books, emergency equipment and a clean Read More

Austin Healey

DRIVEN: Austin Healey 3000

My first sports car was a Triumph, and I probably would have never heard of it had it not been for World War ll. Millions of GI’s had gone through the UK before, during and after the war, many taking notice of the small sporty machines that Brits were driving all over England. Smitten by the exhilaration of these cars in contrast to the much larger American automobiles they were used to, guys found a way to ship them home or pine for them on their return to the US. Expensive Jags and cheap Triumps and MG’s couldn’t be built fast enough. But in 1952, designer Donald Read More

Wicked Cool Wedge: 1975 UrbaCar

I hope that I’m not the only one who was around in 1975? I wasn’t quite at driving age yet but I was close to it, and I was already driving anyway (hey, we lived in the country). I used to literally dream about getting something like this 1975 UrbaCar. These were marketed in magazines and this one is marketed on Craigslist in Amboy, Illinois for $2,500 or best offer. Click here to read more about this article.

Presidents And The Cars They Drove — Part I

William Howard Taft (1909-1913) • Baker Electric Taft’s presidential administration was the first to switch to cars from the old horse and buggy. It was also the first to supply vehicles for official presidential use. Ahead of his time, the 27th president included in his fleet an environmentally friendly Baker Electric, the actual car shown here which is housed in the Petersen Automotive Museum in California. Using a $12,000 appropriation, the first White House chauffeur was given the job of identifying the most appropriate vehicles. Seeking the “best deals”, he purchased a White Steamer, two Pierce-Arrows, and this Baker Electric. Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) • Pierce-Arrow Limousine Like Read More