Our Interactive Designer Painted This Bugatti for the Montachusett Area Art Exhibit

About eight years ago, I was the editor at Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car, and I met up with the owner of a 1931 Bugatti T-37 at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Massachusetts to photograph his car. It ended up being the subject of a feature story in the magazine. The lead photo ended up being the subject of a painting by BestRide.com’s Interactive Designer, Kurt Hanss. The painting is

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VIDEO: A Japanese Superhero is Driving the Streets of Japan

There’s no question that drunk driving is a bad idea. Despite this, people do it anyway and the results are never good. All sorts of official campaigns have been launched to get people to stop, but this unofficial effort in Japan might be the best. It features an ordinary guy dressed up to look like Kamen Rider as he drives his motorcycle through the streets of Japan.

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REVIEW: The Smooth-Cruising 2015 Buick LaCrosse

The Buick LaCrosse does its best in many ways to grab your attention, but the thing we liked the most is how smoothly it cruised.

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AT THE AUCTION: 1974 Volkswagen Thing Acapulco Edition

I will confess that I have wanted a Volkswagen Thing — technically a Volkswagen Type 181 — since I was a kid. But I’ve never seen one of the rare Acapulco Editions. This one is up for sale on BringATrailer.com’s auction site. Its current bid is still under $10k.

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Meet the Shelby Baja 700 F-150

Ford truck fans have been screaming for a high-powered counter-punch for the Chevrolet Reaper. Well, scream no more. Shelby American of Las Vegas, Nevada has announced today that they plan to market just such a Ford truck. It will be an off-road focused pickup truck, built on the Ford F-150 Raptor platform, and then it will be by Shelby for increased horsepower, greater off-road prowess, and better handling on the

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Car Doctor Q&A: Service Bulletins on a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee

If you own a modern car, getting one of those ominous service bulletins in the mail is a part of life. Are they necessary? Does the dealer fix them for free? AAA Car Doctor John Paul has the answer:

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Audi Electrifies the Q7 and A6 for China With e-tron Models

Automakers don’t like building plug-in hybrids, especially the German automakers which have preferred to go all-out with diesel. Ask yourself if you’d like to pay an extra 10 grand on a car that already costs $60k, only to plug it in religiously every night so that you can drive 20 miles a day without the engine? With a Tesla, you plug in each night and can travel 250 miles. That’s

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Hope You Waited: Big Price Cuts Coming for 2016 Cadillac ELR , Chevrolet Spark EV

Electric car buyers who buy the very first model years always screw themselves, over and over, as automakers cut prices and make significant upgrades during the same vehicle generation. The latest bad news comes for Cadillac ELR and Chevrolet Spark EV owners.

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First 2016 Cadillac CT6 Up for Charity Auction in Palm Beach

Palm Beach is a car auction for the people. And by people, we mean folks of relatively average means who pine for 1985 Lincoln Town Cars and 1967 Oldsmobile Toronados over million-dollar Mercedes Gullwings. It starts this Friday in sunny Florida, and like always, auction house Barrett-Jackson will be headlining a few brand-new cars for charity.

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STREETSIDE: The Last Of The True Vista Cruisers

The year 1972 was the Vista Cruiser’s last year with the added greenhouse superstructure, and this example found streetside in SF shows us how fabulous it was.

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Ford Cougar Spitfire Is 12 Kinds of Awesome

Created for a Royal Air Force charity event, this Ford Cougar might be the only reason to ever own a Ford Cougar.

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