The Maple Mille Is Like The Mille Miglia, But Slower And In Canada And Totally Different

The majority of southern Ontario classic car owners enjoy their cars in one of three ways: by parking it in a Wal-Mart parking lot at a weekly cruise night; by parking it on the grass in a park at a seasonal car show; or by parking it on a golf course’s 18th fairway at a concours (that is, a car show for rather… »10/01/15 5:00pm10/01/15 5:00pm

These Way-Obscure Old Cars For Sale At Hershey Are Relatively Affordable

Fed up with how all new cars look the same and/or they don’t build ’em like they used to? Think people who say “the last real car was built in ’73?” are being too generous? You might want to check out these deals from RM Sotheby’s Hershey sale. »9/28/15 2:34pm9/28/15 2:34pm

This Vancouver Car Show Is One Of The Few Places You'll See A Stanced Ferrari In Canada

The 2015 Luxury and Supercar Weekend, held September 12 and 13, once again graced the grassy knolls of the Van Dusen Botannical Gardens in the middle of Vancouver this year. Once again, it was one of the few places in Canada you’d see a stanced Ferrari. Not far from a 1912 Rolls-Royce. »9/22/15 10:36am9/22/15 10:36am

This Incredible Saoutchik-Bodied Graham Won This Year's Cobble Beach Concours

A 1938 Graham cabriolet with a custom body by iconic French coachbuilder Saoutchik won the best-in-show title at the third annual Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance near Owen Sound, Ontario the weekend of September 12 and 13. »9/16/15 4:50pm9/16/15 4:50pm

How The Canadian Government Spent $100,000 On A Plain '67 Biscayne

At the end of his life in 2011, Jacques Ostiguy was a much-accomplished but little-known French-Canadian car designer and professor. But in the late ’60s, he was simply a young design student living in California and attending the prestigious Art Center college in Pasadena. »9/09/15 7:14pm9/09/15 7:14pm

Toyota Called Out Over Odometers That Won’t Cross 299,999 KM

Toyota is sticking some of its owners with a $500 bill to replace their odometers to fix a glitch that prevents the instrument from rolling over 300,000 km, reports CTV News.

The Japanese automaker is apparently aware some of its odometers seem to get stuck when they hit either 299,999 kilometres or miles, but has… »8/28/15 2:26pm8/28/15 2:26pm

Cool Classic Cadillac Concepts Coming To Canada's Cobble Beach Concours 

The 2015 Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance will be brought to you in part by Cadillac, its organizers announced late August, weeks before an event which in three years has already become Canada’s premiere classic car showcase.

In its role as presenting sponsor, Cadillac will be bringing a variety of historically… »8/27/15 11:01am8/27/15 11:01am

How I (Metaphorically) Conquered Everest By Learning Stick In An MG Midget

Even though we were only a few laps in, and it’d only been driven by a handful of students, Wally Stubgen’s MG TC Midget had already built up a bit of a reputation.

A manual choke, a non-synchromesh four-speed transmission, and a right-hand-drive seating position to make things really confusing? It may just be the most… »8/25/15 5:01pm8/25/15 5:01pm

Computer Glitch Turns Shell Promotion Into Free Gas Giveaway

An already generous promotional offer got even better when, thanks to a technical glitch at a Shell station in Toronto, the price of gas briefly dropped to one cent per litre for a handful of motorists.

Shell was promoting its new high-performance fuels August 20 with a deal that lowered the price of the gasoline to… »8/24/15 1:58pm8/24/15 1:58pm