Fine Lines: 1998-2002 Shelby Series 1
Few people could build cars Carroll Shelby's lean and mean way.
In the Garage: 1935 Chevrolet Standard coupe
Auricchio's six-cylinder Chevrolet played a key role in the company's battle with Ford for U.S. sales supremacy through the mid-1930s.
Auto Doc: Should I lease again or buy out my lease?
I would certainly purchase this car. If money is tight you may also be able to release the car.
Fine Lines: Chevy II, 1962-1979
What was Chevrolet going to do about all the small cars gaining tracton in the marketplace back in the 1960s? Build its own, of course.
In the Garage: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am 10th Anniversary Edition
THE CAR AND ITS OWNERS
Auto Doc: Belt vs. chain timing change
Dear Doctor: My 1996 Toyota Corolla operates just fine. My mechanic recommends a new timing belt because of the mileage is 107,260. But the manual says a timing belt is only required under special operating conditions: extensive idling or low-speed driving for long distances as in heavy commercial use, such as delivery, taxi, or patrol car. My Toyota does not meet the criteria for such usage. What is your professional opinion about this?
1953 Oldsmobile coupe valued at $80G
Back in 1953, many upwardly mobile Long Islanders would have put the powerful and luxurious Olds 98 on their car-shopping lists.
Auto Doc: Most cold engine noise is normal
Dear Doctor: I purchased a 2007 Chevy TrailBlazer SS. The engine has a ticking/knocking noise on start up. I'm told by the dealer that this is a normal function for the SS version that lasts until the motor warms up. The engine is the V-8 Corvette motor and has about 68,000 miles on it. I'm nervous about this condition. What is your opinion?
In the Garage: 1969 Cadillac DeVille
THE CAR AND ITS OWNERS: 1969 Cadillac DeVille convertible owned by Harley and Ellen NemzerWHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING: The 1969 ...
In the Garage: 1982 Mazda RX-7
THE CAR AND ITS OWNER: 1982 Mazda RX-7 owned by Alan GaitesWHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING: When Japan introduced the sporty ...