Interesting Finds: 1966 Ford Anglia 105 Saloon

Today we’re looking at a ClassicCars TV episode showcasing a 1966 Ford Anglia de Luxe, Ford UK’s popular compact from 1959-67. Featuring a reverse-slope backlite inspired by several American FoMoCo products of the time, and a new, rev-happy 998cc OHV inline-four paired with a four-speed manual, the Anglia was sold...

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Review: 2023 Toyota Crown Limited

You may not be able to tell unless you are in person, but my first question was, “Is it a crossover?” The answer is no. My second question was, “A small SUV?” Again, no. So, what’s the answer? Considering the Toyota Crown has replaced the full-size Avalon, let’s go with...

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Automotive Lies and Urban Legends: Drive the Bid Podcast

Ever have a friend who tells you an automotive tale that just doesn’t jibe with reality? Or do you keep on stumbling upon bad click-bait online articles from Eastern European car websites with bad information? Maybe there’s that casual meme on Facebook that is patently false, yet brand patriots don’t...

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How Much Would You Pay For A Premium Diecast Car?

Welcome back to Collectible Corner! In this episode we ask a common question among the hobbyists who collect models. “How much would you pay for a premium diecast car?” We will then discuss some of the differences between models set at various price ranges to get a better understanding of...

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Recapping the 2024 Arizona Concours d’Elegance

Even rain couldn’t dampen anyone’s spirits at the 2024 Arizona Concours d’Elegance in January. ClassicCars TV encountered an impressive collection of classics, ranging from a 1930s Bugatti to a sleek 1990s Ferrari, with each packing rich automotive heritage. Standouts included a unique 1936 Packard Mulholland Speedster and the gilded flanks...

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Jason Momoa’s 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom Converted to EV

Actor Jason Momoa, a car lover and the villain in the most recent “Fast and Furious” movie, recently had his 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom converted to run on batteries. He didn’t do the modification work himself, though. Instead he turned to the U.K.’s Electrogenic, which developed a custom solution for his Phantom. The...

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Interesting Finds: 2003 Acura NSX-T

During Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction earlier this year, nearly 2,000 vehicles crossed the block at no reserve.  More than 190 of them set world records, and transactions totaled about $207 million. One of the many eye-catching cars there was a 2003 Acura NSX-T in stunning Silverstone Metallic. This car had a...

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