Customs and Classics
Is this quirky, Jag-powered faux-Aston worth a million dollars?
A 1967 Shelby 427 Cobra roadster stole the show at a massive muscle car auction in the US.
Shelby has made a myriad of cars for Ford (and Chrysler, incidentally) so here's our best of a great bunch.
Even in lil' old right hand drive New Zealand, Corvettes are not uncommon.
A Festival of Speed auction to feature two cars owned by former Rolling Stones bassist, Bill Wyman.
Mike Shaw is a self-proclaimed lover of cars, and the piece de resistance of his car repertoire is his Cadillac Coupe de Ville.
Part stolen off car students are turning into electric vehicle for competition.
A Mazda RX7 that sports a replica chain gun will be on display for the public this weekend.
When it comes to musclecarmania it is hard to go past this annual auction in Indianapolis.
The most valuable new car is worth about $2 million, and if you go for the even more special limited editions you can add quite a bit to that.
You could say that US custom motorcycle builder Larry Moore is on a roll with his latest creation.
Lamborghini, Shelby Mustang and a Ferrari to join vintage collection at Southward museum.
An extremely rare 1954 Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback "barn find" has sold for nearly NZ$1.5m.
An incredibly original 1973 Jaguar E-Type has been taken out of hiding in Britain to be sold at auction.
Fords run in Grant Mehrtens' family: his father was into them and "his father before him".
Forty years on from the original, the Holden Sandman returns in wagon and ute forms, but sadly not to New Zealand.
New Plymouth District Councillor Harry Duynhoven is an avid VW enthusiast from way back - but did you know he is also a devoted Porsche man?
The distinct sound of more than 90 Austin Healeys will be heard throughout Nelson over Easter weekend.
Around $2m paid for a Lamborghini Miura movie star car that has resurfaced after 46 years.
Old Chev's owner not interested in tidying it up saying its ''gangster'' look adds to its appeal.
US company steps back in time to create all new 1964 Ford Mustangs with modern features.
Sandy Southcombe loves the workhorses that are American cars from days past.
Wild horses couldn't drag Pete Findlay from purchasing the car of his dreams.
A new "best of the best" rod and custom show has been confirmed for Auckland.
Chenae Loveridge's van is suffering an identity crisis.
For Barry Matthews his 1984 Porsche 944 is a pleasure to drive, despite being 30 years old.
David Lee isn't the most famous Ferrari collector, but he might be one of its most determined.
A prized collection of classic cars will go on show next weekend.
Charles Betz and Fred Peters paid $1454 for their 375MM Spider convertible. They've just turned down a $7.6m offer.
Rose Oakley has owned her Morris Mini since 1969 and the trusty steed is still ferrying her around.