Buyer Guide: 2005-2011 Lotus Elise and Exige

When Lotus first unleashed the Elise some 20 years ago, the automaker’s message was clear: We’re back, baby.

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Your next classic car should probably be a Bimmer, but which one?

Want a usable classic that’s well supported? You just need to look for these three letters: BMW.

Porsche 996 GT3: One of the last analog supercars. | Buyers Guide

Why should you buy a GT3? t’s rare, it’s fast and it has strong ties to the brand’s motorsports program–plus the styling keeps it on the D.L.

Comparing Sunbeam Tigers: Mk I vs. Mk II

Which Breed of This Fringe-Favorite Cobra Alternative Should You Pounce On?

Buyer Guide: Volvo 122S and 123GT

Everything you need to know about the Volvo 122S and 123GT.

Tech Tips: First-Generation Mazda Miata

The NA Mazda Miata is now considered a classic car by modern standards, here are the expert opinions on buying this roadster.

Buyer's Guide: 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350

The Sensible Alternative to the Original Shelby Mustang?

Buyer Guide: 2002-2008 BMW 7 Series

By the time the 7 Series was fully baked, it was a complex and innovative luxury sports sedan. Oh, and a V12 engine was optional.

Could your next classic come from Japan?

Late-model Japanese classics can be found at all kinds of prices.

2001-'05 Porsche 911 Turbo Buyer's Guide | Depreciation Station

If ever there were a sensible supercar, the 996 911 Turbo just might be it.

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