In B.C. It Pretty Much Takes A Supercar Parade Like This To Turn Heads

Vancouver auto enthusiasts are probably a little jaded when compared to most Canadians. A pretty much year-round lack of snow, and some of the country’s most breathtakingly beautiful, winding roads are just two reasons Vancouver is home to more supercars per capita than any city this side of Dubai. » 6/25/15 3:52pm 6/25/15 3:52pm

The King Midget Is Our New Favourite One-Cylinder Sports Car

TIME Magazine and I have a problem. No, this has nothing to do with their subscription rates or ‘Person of the Year’ selection (though I’m sure those are also both horrible). This is about how they put the King Midget Model III on their list of the worst cars of all time when it is clearly the best.* » 6/25/15 2:23pm 6/25/15 2:23pm

The Other Cool, Weird Places We Found A Slant 6

Well, seems like Torch was probably right: the Dodge Boulevard 3700 GT is almost definitely the weirdest home for a Chrysler slant six. We couldn’t find an odder, cooler slanty-powered vehicle, though we have a few runners-up. » 6/12/15 6:10pm 6/12/15 6:10pm

These $50,000 Scale Model Cars Are The World's Most Detailed

Morry Barmak’s Collector Studio motorsports memorabilia shop in Toronto, Canada caters to customers that expect only the very best. “There were 39 [Ferrari] 250 GTOs made,” Barmak says, referencing the perennial ‘world’s most expensive car.’ “We have 32 of their owners on our client list.” » 6/11/15 11:56am 6/11/15 11:56am

I Don't Know Why I Waited Until Now To Ride In An Amphicar

The Fleetwood Country Cruize-In in London, Ontario, Canada’s largest outdoor car show, has featured Amphicar rides for as long as I’ve been going there, but for some reason – namely because I hate waiting in lines, I guess – I never took one. Until this year’s show. » 6/08/15 10:24am 6/08/15 10:24am

These Special Edition Cars Were Only Sold In Canada

The Ford Mustang GT California Special, the Nurburgring Edition Lexus LFA—there are plenty of special edition cars out there built or named for specific places, but what about us Canadians? Turns out we’ve had some neat limited editions of our own. » 6/02/15 11:40am 6/02/15 11:40am

Watch A Stray Cat Completely Shut Down A Major Canadian Highway

It’s a widely known fact that Canada loves its cats. So when a runaway kitty was seen walking the median along the eastbound QEW, a major highway running through Mississauga, immediately west of Toronto, the go-to police response was to shut all traffic down and catch the little stray. » 5/25/15 11:40am 5/25/15 11:40am

Ford Used To Test Model Ts On The Roof Of This Toronto Factory

The showroom was on the first floor; parts were unloaded on the second. The third and fourth were for repairs and assembly, and the paint shop was on the fifth. And on the roof? The employee test track. Welcome to the hidden history of 672 Dupont Street, Toronto. » 5/24/15 12:50pm 5/24/15 12:50pm

The Coolest Shooting Brakes And Kammbacks They Never Made

While station wagons get a lot of love from auto journos and car enthusiasts, the public at large has, since the rise of the SUV, deemed the wagon “uncool.” We wonder if their opinions would change if they saw these concepts and one-offs. » 5/20/15 1:03pm 5/20/15 1:03pm

These Are The New Ford GT Supercars That Might Have Been

Just off a hall in Ford’s Product Development Center (PDC) in Dearborn, Michigan is a plain steel door with a sign reading “Caution: Motorized Vehicle Traffic Area” that leads to the basement. In that basement, at the end of a corridor lined with storage shelves and drums with “oily rags” scrawled on them, is a room… » 5/12/15 11:01pm 5/12/15 11:01pm