Finding the Right Car
How to Buy a Classic Car on eBay
EBay is considered to be the dominant force in classic car and part sales. Learning how to access this large inventory of cars and how to bid accordingly, at or below its market value, may get you your dream classic sooner than you thought possible.
The Inexpensive Way to Begin Collecting Cars
If you want to begin collecting collectable cars, but your budget has a choke hold on choices, get 'em while their not "hot".
How to Buy a Future Classic Today
There are many exciting 2008 cars being produced. So how do you decide which one to buy if your goal is to hold onto it for 25 years, and have it worth more than you orginally paid for it.
Make Mine Rare
There are two things a car maker can do to ensure that a car they produce today, will be a classic in the future - make only a few of them and give them a documented pedigree. Ford, Barrett-Jackson, and Carol Shelby did just that with the Barrett Jackson Limited Edition Shelby GT. And at a price that the average car buyer can afford.
The Auto Collections in Las Vegas
If you're looking to buy a collector car, or just like looking, we'll take 10 to 1 odds that The Auto Collections is worth a trip to Las Vegas.
How to Spot a Future Classic by Top Gear
Top Gear's video on how to spot a future classic, which includes the Volkswagen Corrado Vr6 and the Mercedes-Benz 190 Cosworth, is a must see.
Renting a Classic Car Gets a Bit Easier
So maybe you would like to see Europe through the windshield of a 1968 Jaguar E-Type, or you want to make your 20th anniversary special with a 1988 Rolls-Royce. Finding where to rent one of these beauties may be easier than you think.
Difference between a Beetle and a Super Beetle
Learn how to tell the difference between a Standard and Super Beetle. Review a brief history about the Volkswagen Bug. Connect with VW organizations.