To celebrate the look and longevity of one of cinema’s most iconic vehicles, we’re counting down our favourite movie Mustangs.
You’re always nostalgic about your first car—even if it was a 1985 Honda Prelude when what you *really* wanted was a Pontiac Sunfire GT…
There’s much joy to be had in reflecting on a car that’s been such a big part of your life. For Lynn Rentz and her late husband, Rod, that car was a classic 1967 Camaro convertible.
Classic cars need special care to keep them running like new. Discover easy tips for choosing the best oil for your classic car.
Numbering more than 300, Dan Brown’s model truck collection is sure to impress car and toy lovers alike!
Calling all classic car aficionados! This innovative company is turning scrap parts from 1960s-era Ford Mustangs into super-stylish timepieces.
The 1931 Chevy Berline was my first car, but after selling it in the ’70s, I never imagined I’d once again have the opportunity to restore this classic to its former glory.
Sometimes you go to the movies to be intellectually challenged. Other times, you just want to see stuff explode. These high-octane flicks certainly aren’t what you’d call cerebral, but they boast the best car chases in film history.
Heads turn each time this classic Camaro comes to a red light—and for good reason!
It took 40 years to restore, but this Model A Ford is a real beauty.
We asked you to share your Canadian car photography, and you rose to the challenge! Here are our favourite reader-submitted pictures of cars – from old to new, classic to clunker.
Candy-apple red with power and style to spare, this ’67 Mustang coupe was a pure joy.
A family project resurrects a hard-working Studebaker from the postwar era.
This husband and wife team restored an old Jaguar E-Type to its former glory, and got more than just a classic set of wheels out of the deal.
Do you remember these famous TV rides? Join us for a nostalgic look back at eight of the most memorable classic cars in television history.
You’re always nostalgic about your first car-even if it’s a 1938 sedan with a dead battery.
Maintaining a classic car can be costly-particularly since replacement parts are often hard to come by. On the other hand, a vintage car usually only increases in value over time, but you’ll still need to think carefully before making a purchase.
Buying a high-performance sports car can be daunting, not least because of the high costs of maintenance and insurance premiums. You’ll need to think carefully about the ongoing expenses involved before committing to the purchase.
Have you fallen for these common myths about the Smart Car? Here’s what you need to know about this fascinating little vehicle.
One of the great challenges of owning a classic car is sourcing replacement car parts at a decent price. To help you in your hunt, we’re highlighting six of the best online sources for classic car parts.