Dr. Bob Hieronimus' creation for Woodstock '69 was lost, but not forgotten. And now, the iconic hippie bus is back.
It's very similar to the first 3.5 Lamborghini V12 Bizzarrini created for the 350GT, but it's so huge, they wouldn't put it in a car.
No doors, no roof, but this far-fetched concept holds promise for the future of low-volume sporty cars.
Richard Hammond's submarine Lotus was miles better than Roger Moore's.
It's fun to find out how many of the factory claimed 40 horses your air-cooled 1973 ZAZ 968 has left after 45 years of hard survival.
What do you do with a 389 Pontiac block with "a gaping crack in one cylinder the size of a tennis ball?"
And this race between a V8 Land Rover Defender and a Civic Type R is proof. Kind of.
Do you remember the Chevy Cheyenne? MotorWeek says rust took most of them away in the East, which is a shame given their performance.
And this Bavarian traffic control Bug was brought to California by Jerry Seinfeld, having served Würzburg between 1978 and 1990.
Three stars out of five from Euro NCAP from a cheap ladder frame 4x4. We'll take it as it is.
The BMW-powered Vixen 21 must have been amazing at the 1986 Detroit Auto Show, because it still is today.
When Mercedes-Benz offered the first production car with ABS in 1978, it launched a safety and performance revolution.
For 29 years, the Pinzgauer was built by the same team in Austria that makes the G-Wagen.
At 79.5 inches, it would be hard to find a V8 car with a shorter wheelbase. Especially with 430 horsepower on tap.
Bugatti's newest hypercar will debut in August, and the company will build just 40 of them.
When your front-wheel drive turbo pony car's leather seats get slippery, inflatable lumbar and thigh support comes to the rescue.
The 1992 Mitsubishi Expo LRV was two feet shorter than a Chrysler Minivan. And the perfect tall wagon "for young couples".
As far as we're concerned, the Toyota Gazoo Racing Super Sport Concept needs headlights, and should be good to go.