Look, we love vintage Ferraris as much as (or more than?) the next guy—they're literally the stuff car pr0n is made of. But if we had to pick our top five wants from Ontario-based RM Auction's upcoming Amelia Island event, we'd have to leave a teeny-weeny parking space next to the '61 250 GT for that adorable '38 Simca … »
Hypothetical: you're a professor of aerodynamics. You're retired. You've just built a futuristic-looking concept car for a major motion picture and a line of retro-inspired speedsters based on the Porsche 928 chassis. What is your next move? »
Move over, TVR Grantura! We've a new favourite vintage fibreglass British sports car! We just learned the Elva Courier Coupe exists and already feel the urge to buy one.
That's what Stefan Wiesen, the current owner/seller of the above Courier Coupe did about 15 years ago: learned the car existed, then bought it on the… »
Wait, what exactly does he not like about it? Two things: that the grille on the current-gen JK no longer holds up the front sheet metal (that in fact "nibbles away at [his] Jeep soul a little bit"); and that the little 'Jeep' badge is there at all. »
The Canadian automotive press is currently having an excruciatingly difficult time trying to figure out ways to say "the Felino cB7 is ugly" without saying "the Felino cB7 is ugly."
We're just going to come right out and say it: the Felino cB7 is goddamn ugly. But from what we understand, it'll also be goddamn fast. »
Viper V10 engines typically reside under the hoods of three sorts of vehicles: Vipers and/or Ram SRT-10s; mangled heaps of metal that were once Vipers and/or Ram SRT-10s; and batshit cray-cray Frankenstein cars you'd never expect to see Viper V10 engines in. »
The "joke" up here in Canada is that if you judge us by the state of our roads, we've really only two seasons: winter and construction. Thing is, depending on where you live in the country, it's less joke and more dismal truth. »