The first generation RX-7 (SA/FB built in Japan from 1978 to 1985) was a beautiful ballerina in the sports car world. The RX-7's lithe frame was propelled by an equally dainty engine - the Mazda rotary. So, why would you take an RX-7 and power it with a cast iron block BMW inline-6?
For any V8 Volvo nut, finding Paul Newman's 960 for sale online is the equivalent of an archeologist finding Excalibur in a thrift store. This supercharged wagon is stuff of legends and the whereabouts of the "puffer" equipped custom was unknown...until now.
Everyone loves a good rags-to-riches success story highlighting the success of folks like Bernie Ecclestone, Steve Jobs or Russia's richest orphan Roman Abramovich. Today the Daily Turismo brings you the tale of a Mercedes-Benz that went from scrap yard to top of the market in 3 years.
In 1961 Betsy traded her 1957 Dodge Cornet Lancer to a dealer for a new Mercury Comet..and instantly regretted it. Five years later, she traded the unloved Comet for a 1966 Ford Mustang and hasn't driven anything since. This is the remarkable story of a woman and her car of 47 years.
Cars & Coffee events take place in select cities all across the USA and are a great informal gathering of classic cars, free of charge. Take a Saturday morning to sample the exquisite blend of C8H18 and C8H10N4O2 and be prepared to step into a wormhole to 1959.
Fifteen minutes is a long time for any youtube video that doesn't involve singing cats, so it is surprising that one with a soundtrack of creaking/clucking/zapping machinery has almost 1 million views.
Today, Valentine's day is fully exploited by the Hallmarks, Walmarts and FTDs of the world to persuade Americans into opening their wallets and buying some chocolate heart shaped kitsch. We are going to join the
desecration festivities by asking the following question of our readers: "What would car would you buy…