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Revealing why Lotus took 21 years to fit the Esprit with a V8

Why did it take 21 years for the Esprit to get a V8? Former Lotus owner Romano Artioli explains.

Finding, then restoring, the first Targa 911 sold in Germany

Following nearly 40 years of storage, this soft-window 911S Targa was finally put back together properly.

Back when aero testing was simple

Back when aero testing was simple, it involved just tufts of yarn, a confident friend, and maybe some toll money.

6 easy steps to stunning glasslike paint

Detailing a car just takes products, technique and time.

Peter Brock on how we can save Bonneville

If we don't intervene, the Bonneville Salt Flats as we know it could disappear.

How to repair plastic trim

Have a broken piece of trim that’s not available anymore? Here’s how to fix it right.

Is the new BMW M2 successful in preserving the M-car spirit?

Look closely at the M2 and you can find hints of 2002, original M3 and other past BMW icons.

BMW E9 Coupe: What to know before you buy

The 2800 CS and 3.0 CS serve as true driver’s cars. Here's what you need to know if you are in the market for one.

#TBT | Before the Mazda RX-7, NSU gave us its rotary-powered Spider

Mazda may be best known for popularizing the Wankel rotary engine, but Germany's NSU was one of the first companies to bring it to market.

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