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Well-moneyed buyers pony up for rare iron

By their very nature, collector-car auctions are something of a crapshoot. Granted, every such event has its star cars, whether it's eight-figure vintage Ferraris at Pebble Beach or $250,000 Corvettes at Bloomington Gold.

Next-gen diesel Golf will go the distance, Volkswagen says

Speaking of fuel efficiency, Volkswagen showed its bound-for-production, third-generation Golf Blue-Motion concept at the Paris Auto Show, claiming its combined 3.
Gordon promises to breakdance after win

Gordon promises to breakdance after win

If nothing else this season, Jeff Gordon has proved to be a man of his word.
Alonso inspired by samurai

Alonso inspired by samurai

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has taken inspiration from the centuries-old wisdom of a samurai swordsman as he prepares for a Formula One duel with Sebastian Vettel at the Korean Grand Prix this weekend.

Why i love my trusty '81 Chevy Malibu

As a new arrival in Victoria in 1994, I needed a car and saw this 1981 Malibu at a garage sale. Asking price was $1,000, but I bought it for $800. I had owned a Malibu years earlier and knew them to be reliable vehicles.

Large SUV hauls lots of cargo

Rugged vehicle comes with gasoline-electric hybrid option

Long-life coolants a major improvement


Buick v-6 left a remarkable 47-year legacy

The engine is the heart of the automobile, and to the average motorist the best ones are hardly ever seen.

Practical ride is fun to drive

If you're like me, a new entry into the crossover market is just background noise; they might be useful, and certainly it's the hottest-selling segment out there, but who really wants to read about yet another cute-ute? Well, pay attention, because t

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