The Coolest Lots In RM Sotheby's Andrews Auction Aren't Even Cars

Texas’ Paul Andrews and his son Chris have a lot of cars, and they really run the gamut. From a 1950s Canadian-market Mercury pickup truck to a nicely liveried Porsche Cayman S track car, they’ve got a little of everything. » 4/14/15 9:54am 4/14/15 9:54am

Toronto's MegaSpeed Was Reborn As Motorama Last Weekend (It Was Great)

It's the celebrity cars that always get top billing at custom car shows. At the Motorama Custom Car & Motorsports Expo in Toronto held this past weekend, for example, it was Jeff Bailey's "Sick Seconds" Camaro that acted as the literal poster/cover car. » 3/16/15 1:56pm 3/16/15 1:56pm

There Have Been Neoclassic Cars Built Out Of Almost Everything

The hardest part of putting together a comprehensive list of neoclassic cars is deciding what technically constitutes a "neoclassic." Do replicas of '30s-era cars count? What about custom-built one-offs? What if it's more like a sporty MG-style roadster? Ughhh— » 3/15/15 5:16pm 3/15/15 5:16pm

How Well Do You Know Your Old Versions Of Modern Carmaker Logos?

You've probably seen them around on the web at some point, a Can-You-Guess-The-Car-Brand-From-The-Logo?-type quiz posted by a Facebook friend or something, and absolutely nailed the thing, save for maybe the one or two obscure and/or foreign automakers. This isn't one of those. » 3/09/15 11:57am 3/09/15 11:57am

From what I understand, they actually share a co-founder. Magna was started in the '50s by two guys, and one left to start Multimatic (the original name of the company that would become Magna, by the way) in the '80s. The two firms "maintain a professional relationship" or something like that.

Also, because we're … » 3/02/15 11:13pm 3/02/15 11:13pm