When I heard about a junkyard with a few “old little French cars,” I quickly drove over to investigate.
This Pacer booked a one-way ticket from Kenosha to Berlin.
The person who amassed this collection had a penchant for Japanese and Swedish iron.
We’d take the white Mini and one of the utes. How about you?
This small, regional show tends to offer an eclectic selection of cars.
Love it or hate it, it’s hard to deny the folks who built this one-off Peugeot 304 Coupe deserve praise for their attention to detail.
Today, this Alfetta has probably been recycled into playground equipment.
Suzuki raised the average age of the cars displayed at the Paris Auto Show — and we’re glad it did.
A chance encounter while navigating side streets to avoid a traffic jam.
Audi’s first-ever straight-five engine was an evolution of the Golf’s four-cylinder.