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How to savor the past with classic cars | Peter Brock column

Sure, new cars are often safer, quieter, more reliable and more comfortable, but driving classic cars isn't about those qualities—it's about enjoying something from another era.

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The challenges of organizing comparison tests | Column

Comparison tests often form the backbone of a car magazine–but that doesn't make them any easier to pull off.

Function vs. fashion | Peter Brock column

Peter Brock discusses the biggest compromise in the history of the automobile: The battle between chasing aesthetic trends and maximizing a car's performance.

Viewing classic cars as kinetic art | Column

All cars are designed to fulfill a stated goal, but that doesn't mean they can't be aesthetically pleasing.

When does habit become vice? | Column

We explore the point at which being a car enthusiast can be problematic, and each stage to being overwhelmed by collecting.

From clay models to 3D scans | An appreciation of change

The automotive industry may have moved away from full-size clay models, but that hasn't stopped Peter Brock from embracing modern technology to make his designs.

Shouldn't patina have just as much importance as cleanliness on the show field? | Peter Brock Column

Is there more to elegance than flowing lines and pristine appearances?

Peter Brock on How We Can Save Bonneville

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

Peter Brock on the Birth of the Spoiler

Aerodynamic aids are no-brainers on a modern race car, but where did the spoiler as we know it come from? Peter Brock weighs in on the subject.

A Bad or Missing Title Can Derail That Project | Column

Sure, you can get a title for a car that has a bad or missing title, but it’s never easy.

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