Car & Automotive

The Automotive Survival Skills You Need to Get Away

From Car and Driver

From the June 2020 issue of Car and Driver.

Let’s say you need to flee civilization, or maybe just outrun the miasma of cable news and social media. Either way, when it’s time to bug out, a vehicle is your ticket to escape from reality.

It really doesn’t matter what you drive; Car and Driver‘s favorite U.S. roads deliver the same mind-focusing curves and breathtaking panoramas whether you’re at the wheel of a Porsche or a Buick. Find the one nearest to home—or farthest from it—and leave everything else behind.

Going off road? You might be able to go farther than you think in the old family ride, as Ezra Dyer found out when he tailed a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon through a gnarly trail of obstacles in a Toyota RAV4. Turns our crossover can likely carry you farther than you’d normally push it. But

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Wildest Stolen Car Stories On Motorious

Stealing an enthusiast’s car is like taking away a piece of their soul. The disgusting criminals who commit these auto thefts have no regard for the blood, sweat, and tears that go into most classic and muscle car builds, restorations, or just upkeep. When a collector car is stolen, so is time, money, and heart from the owner, making the crime just a little bit worse when it happens to a gearhead. Here are some of the most memorable car thefts we’ve reported on.

Why not kick things off on a positive note, well, as positive as they can get when someone steals a classic car from a war Veteran. Curly Bunfill had hist 1956 Cadillac Eldorado stolen from his locked garage on January 17, 2020, and it was anonymously returned to the Sacramento Police Department. After the car was returned, 43-year-old James King was arrested in connection with the … Read More

Coolest Convertibles For Sale On Motorious

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With warmer weather on the way, it’s time to get some fresh air in these impressive ‘Verts!

Nothing beats cabin fever like getting on the road and cruising around with the sun on your face, and wind blowing in your hair. To celebrate the return of warm weather and sunny days, we have picked our favorite convertibles you can find in our inventory right now.

1964 Pontiac GTO Convertible

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The GTO is an iconic poncho that ruled in its era. This first year GTO is the thing of Pontiac collector’s dreams. It was rotisserie restoration in August 2016, and appears to need nothing except a driver to slide behind the wheel.

1967 Pontiac Firebird 400

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This 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 Convertible is the first year for the legendary nameplate. That’s why

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The Greatest Cars of All Time: Choosing the One

From Car and Driver

Michael Jordan. The Beatles. Bill Murray. Some giants stand so far above the rest that their exceptionalism is a foregone conclusion. You can argue that someone else played the game better, but the societal consensus says you’re just being a contrarian.

No vehicle looms large enough to be the uncontested greatest, though. We know because, in the course of debating Car and Driver‘s list of legends, we hit gridlock when we tried to pick the one car that was greater than the other 41.

We named our GOATs based on their technological innovation, influence on the industry, simple beauty, and/or driver engagement. Any car that’s going to rise above the others needs to rank highly in all four of those categories. Its shape should be as graceful as the Lamborghini Miura’s, the Jaguar E-type’s, or the split-window Chevy Corvette’s. It should dissect a decreasing-radius

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