In Defense of the Near-Classic

We try to spot the next great classics.

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50 Years of BRE

The 50-year anniversary of BRE brings great stories from the team's past.

Peter Brock
Why Are They Referring to Dr. Porsche’s Type 64 as a Nazi Car?

The backstory of the 1939 Porsche Type 64 that failed to sell at RM Sotheby's Monterey.

Jordan Rimpela
Separated at Birth: The Fiat Dino and 124 Sport Spider

In 1966, Fiat unleashed a pair of sports cars: One for the masses and another for the supercar set.

Staff Writer
The Times, They Are A-Changin’: Car Values from the 80s/90s Rising

Modern classics are on the rise, both in value and collectibility.

Tim Suddard
Buy & Sell: It’s All in the Numbers

Buy what you wanted when you were 16 and live the dream.

Staff Writer
Buy & Sell: Bid Safely

Ever wondered the best way to bid at an auction? Here’s your guide.

Staff Writer
What's It Really Cost?

The true cost of restoring a classic may be more complex than you think.

Tim Suddard
Passing Judgement

Concours judging and car preparation are both black arts that are not often discussed.

Tim Suddard
What's in Your Garage?

By not answering are we being polite or have we just lost count?

Tim Suddard
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