Celebrating the Mustangs that made the Name Legendary

We’ve just recently celebrated the 57th anniversary of the venerable Ford Mustang, with its official release on April 17th, 1964. In those 57 years, the Mustang has pretty consistently been the consumer choice for an affordable American GT sports car, almost to the point of being cliché. Base models of the pony car have ranged …

A Brief History of the Porsche Boxster and Cayman

Updated: Apr 30, 2021 Although the platform has long lived in the shadow of Porsche’s flagship 911, the Boxster and Cayman remain solid little sports cars for the more budget-minded enthusiast. Special editions such as the recent Cayman GT4 can even give big brother 911 a run for its money performance-wise, and the weight distribution offered …

Why Car Collectors Love Naturally Aspirated Power

Updated: Apr 30, 2021 Be they BMW’s straight sixes, Porsche’s flat sixes, V12s from Ferrari, or Honda’s Vtec engines, automotive enthusiasts largely love high-revving naturally aspirated performance engines. The feeling and the sound coming from one of these machines flat-out at 8,000 RPM is hard to match with anything short of rocket power. Natural aspiration describes, …