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What’s the Best Sports Car From the 1980s?

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Classic cars roll into Government House

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Seven Favorite Porsches from Monterey’s 2017 Werks Reunion

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The United Kingdom has built some of the best cars out there. Which do you think is the best? Great Britain is famous for making fun-to-drive sports cars. Some of the most fantastic-driving coupes and convertibles around have been built by British companies, giving the car world years of enjoyment behind the wheel. I’m partial …

The car is said to be the only 550A to race in a Grand Prix.  There simply is no mistaking the Porsche 550 body for anything else out there. It’s as iconic as they come and incredibly rare and one of them is going up for sale this January.  Available for bidding at the Bonhams …

The 80s were a golden age for fun cars. Which ones do you think are the best?   The 1980s birthed some of the greatest cars of the modern era. Vehicles new enough to feel modern, yet vintage enough to keep all the classic sensations and sounds we love. That perfect balance is why so …

We get it: Cars aren’t for everybody. For the vast majority out there, they’re just appliances, designed to take us from A to B. But every now and then, a car can transcend and become interesting to more than just gearheads. These are the types of cars we decided to take a look at today.  Keep …

What a difference a year makes. In issue 126 we presented you with 30 cars for a variety of budgets that would make for a good investment in 2015. As you’ll find out on page 32, we were right in almost every case as values increased from right across the entire 911 portfolio. If you made the …

Victoria’s Old English Car Club hosts triumphant return of annual showcase. Wayne Watkins is a man with an eye for detail. A life-long passion for cars, particularly the English-made ones he grew up with, naturally rubbed off on his son, Scott. Driving down an old road in Metchosin one afternoon, it was the younger Watkins …

Old 911s have a reputation for tricky handling. But master their quirks, and the rewards are endless. Thanks to decades of careful engineering, most relatively skilled drivers can drive a new Porsche 911 quickly. Of course, it takes an expert to get the most out of these cars, but 911s are more approachable than ever. …

As you’ve probably ascertained from our coverage this year, Monterey’s Car Week doesn’t begin with The Quail and end with the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. There is an incredible number of satellite shows to keep enthusiasts of all types entertained, most focusing on a specific marque, country of origin, or era. Among other events, we crashed the 2017 …

The only road-going Alloy-bodied 365 GTB/4 Daytona was built in 1969 and bought by a friend of Enzo, only to end up in a Japanese barn, until now. This Ferrari 365 GTB/4 is approximately the 30th made, and is the only road-going Daytona with an alloy body, Plexiglas headlamps, and power windows. At this point, …

First new model in over a decade looks more mainstream. fter what’s felt like years of teasing, British sports car manufacturer TVR has finally revealed its first new car since 2005—the TVR Griffith. Perhaps the most surprising thing here is that the Griffith looks so, uh, normal. Aside from the exhaust poking out right behind the …