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Motorcycles, new and classic. View the entire archive.

Must-Have Classic Car “Accessories”

A few weeks back, before the weather turned to schiesse, took my old Pontiac - a 1976 Trans-Am - to a local old car show. The old disco machine is...

Almost Fast: 1983-1988 Monte Carlo SS

If you were a kid in high school (or college) during the '80s - and into fast cars - you probably remember the last full-frame, rear-drive/live axle, carbureted, cast-iron pushrod V-8...

A Trans-Am Retrospective

People often think of the Pontiac Trans-Am as a commonplace car. But in 1969, the very first year, only 697 were built - just eight of them convertibles. All were white...

Chevy’s Better Beetle

The Chevy Corvair has something of a bad reputation - among those who don't know much about it, anyhow. Arguably GM's most daring (and technologically advanced) car of the 1960s, it...

Reader Question: 1980 Harley Starting Problem?

Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Jon asks: I hope you can point me in the right direction. I saw your video titled 1980 Ironhead starter rant and it...

In the rearview mirror: 1960-1969 Chevy Corvair

Here's an irony of automotive history: Ralph Nader never actually drove a Corvair - the car he claimed was as "unsafe at any speed." Too bad for him - and, of course,...

Rambler American Cross Country Wagons, 1954–1969

It's not well-known, but AMC's Rambler line actually surpassed Plymouth as the number-three brand of car in America (in terms of total sales) by the early 1960s, under the inspired leadership...

Chevy Laguna, 1973-1976

The mid 1970s were a weird and dangerous time for the American car industry. It had to turn on a dime - literally - and figure out how to "compete" with...

2017 BMW C650 GT

It’s hilarious that they get away with calling something like the ’17 BMW C650 GT a “scooter.” Please. Ok, it looks like one. It is a step-through and it doesn’t have a manual transmission....

Oil Alert For Older Cars

In order to comply with federal requirements that key emissions control components on new cars such as catalytic converters work (and can be warranted to work)  for at least 120,000 miles...
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