There is still a decent selection of interesting machines street-parked in the French capital.
Find shelter if you’ve ever said pigs would fly before Lada offers leather.
We were pleasantly surprised to see that there are still quite a few vintage machines roaming the streets of London, England.
Once one of Russia’s biggest car makers, Moskvitch filed for bankruptcy in 2006.
We’ve compiled a collection of pictures of vintage engine bays. What engine bay has stood out to you in the past?
How would you caption this late 1960s Lada 1200 press shot?
It’s officially winter time in the northern hemisphere. Ski stations are gearing up for their busiest seasons, holiday preparations are in full swing and annoyed commuters are getting ready to fire up the snow blower. What vintage car would you most like to take on a trip to the mountains? What one would you trust …
How would you caption this odd GAZ-24 Volga press shot from the 1970s?
Cutaways are a fascinating way to discover what lurks beneath the sheet metal of a car. Today, they are generally done with computer programs such as AutoCAD but they were painstakingly drawn by hand by highly-skilled artists for several decades. The best-known cutaway artist is arguably Haynes’ Terry Davey, the man responsible for the drawings …
A report coming out of Russia indicates Lada is preparing to introduce a facelifted variant of the 37-year old Niva called Urban. The automaker is keeping full details under wraps until the SUV is officially unveiled at the upcoming Moscow Motor Show, but three leaked images published by Russian magazine Motor give us a good …