A Look Back at the Ford Mustang II

Ford Mustang II

Not every Mustang was a superstar. The Ford Mustang II is a bit of an odd bird when it comes to sports cars. Based on its brand name, it’s technically labeled a muscle car. However, its interior parts and lackluster engine make this classification dubious. While highly regarded in its … Read more

The History of the Pontiac Fiero

1984 Pontiac Fiero

In the 1980s General Motors produced a mid-engine, two-seat sports car and named it the Pontiac Fiero. Just as the Corvette elevated Chevrolet, GM hoped the Fiero would do likewise for Pontiac. Its five-year model run started off strong, but quality problems and declining interest eventually killed what is now … Read more

The History of the Hyundai Tiburon

Hyundai Tiburon

The Hyundai Tiburon represents one of this Korean automaker’s earliest forays into the sport coupe segment. It was produced from 1997 to 2008, replacing the earlier Scoupe before it was succeeded by the Hyundai Veloster and later the Genesis Coupe. The Hyundai Tiburon is a favorite car for the tuner … Read more

Return of the First-Generation Ford Bronco

Gateway first generation Bronco

An Illinois manufacturer is bringing back the original Ford Bronco in small numbers. If you’re a fan of the Ford Bronco, then likely you’re anticipating the return of this small SUV in 2020. Sharing its platform with the Ford Ranger, the new Bronco will build on the success of earlier … Read more

How to Scrap Your Rustbucket

Pontiac Aztec junk car

Remember the Cash for Clunkers program? Officially known as the Car Allowance Rebate System or CARS, this 2009 federal initiative encouraged owners of most passenger vehicles that were at least 25 years old to send them to scrap. Nearly 700,000 old cars were destroyed, providing a temporary boost to the … Read more

4 Tips To Help You Decide Whether To Buy a Hobby Car

project car

You catch yourself drooling over the old VW Super Beetle pulled up beside you at the fuel pump. Your neck is sore from repeatedly craning it at every Jeep Grand Wagoneer you pass. You spend hours online reading articles like this one about getting a hobby car. The $2,500 you’ve … Read more