1973 Toyota TE27 Corolla

Since 1988, Mike Muniz has owned this Toyota TE27 Corolla. In that time, its been street car, a drag car, a road race car, and currently it’s an homage to the TE27 rally cars that began with the chassis’ debut race at the 1973 RAC Rally. Read more about this Corolla, now on its seventh… Read more »

TOYOTA COROLLA KE35 SR

TOYOTA COROLLA KE35 SR This week we take a ride in Romain Saraiva’s firecracker red 1976 Toyota Corolla KE35 SR along the country roads just south of Paris. “I grew up in the back of a Renault 5 and Mercedes 190,” Romain reminisces, “On the highway, I would play a game with my father and… Read more »

1981 TOYOTA COROLLA CUPE

1981 TOYOTA COROLLA CUPE Bildilla / Pål Leraand 8/6-17:  I går hentet jeg hjem en av prosjekt bilene mine. Denne bilen må få en overgang, får å se om den er vært å bygge opp. Den har stått i MANGE år. Trolig mellom 12 og 15 år. Men sånn på passe langt hold, så ser… Read more »

Nothing like a die-hard Celica fan!

Posted 13. februar 2017 by soarer Nothing like a die-hard Celica fan! Check out these beautiful restoration love stories. Fra Toyota i Australia…   TAGS: 72,73,74,75,76,Australia,bildilla,Celica,classic,Coupe,Cupe,Liftback,Toyota

1981 Two Door Range Rover

1981 Two Door Range Rover Posted 16. mars 2017 by soarer This week we take a ride in Englishman John Holland’s Sandglow colored 1981 Range Rover through the rural lush greenery just outside of Worcestershire. John took a liking to the old British off-roaders after getting to know a local retired military officer. The service… Read more »

1960 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale

This 1960 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale Is A New Start These are pieces of art. «In those days, engines and cars had personalities, and you could certainly see that from driving them.” Explains Phillipe Reyns of his 1960 Maserati 3500 GT Spyder Vignale. Cruising through the desert back roads just outside of Scottsdale, Arizona,… Read more »

1963 Lola Mk6 GT – Jay Leno’s Garage

Automotive royalty pays a surprise visit to the garage when Allen Grant stops by with his newly restored 1963 Lola Mk6 GT, the prototype vehicle that led to the legendary Ford GT.

Richard Carpenter’s 1970 Chrysler Barracuda

Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters takes Jay for a ride in his meticulously cared-for, original and unrestored Cuda.

The 1971 Datsun 240Z

Bite Site: In May of 2015, we wanted to start testing some Blackmagic Design cameras and we decided to start with the entry-level Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC). For our test we put together this short documentary about the 1971 Datsun 240Z. Thanks to Parktown Studios (www.parktown.ca) for the rental and support. Thanks to Aaron… Read more »

This Porsche 912 Is Fully Committed

“That car isn’t just me, it’s all the people I’ve interacted with to get to this place,” says John Benton. “I bought this car at 23 years old, I didn’t have all the answers…My car is the result of all those little journeys, here and there…” Now, John has his own shop that caters to… Read more »

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