Buy/Drive/Burn: Supercar Failures of the 1990s

Our recent Rare Rides entry on the Bugatti EB110 quickly sussed out a couple of mid-90s competitors in the comments section. Today, we’ll visit the trio and pick one to take home. An entrant each from France, England, and Italy; all of them failu…

Rare Rides: A Nissan Pao Is Old School and Also From 1990

The Rare Rides series has explored once before what happens when a Japanese manufacturer designs a modern car with retro appeal, when we covered the little-known Toyota Origin. Today we take a look at something else in the new-but-retro category. It&#8…

Rare Rides: Justy a Little Subaru, From 1990

Just two Subaru models have graced these Rare Rides pages in times past. The first was a very beige Desert Fox edition of the midsize GL wagon, and the second was a clean example of the very first car Subaru ever offered in the United States: the tiny …

This 1969 Mustang Boss 429 continuation car makes 815 hp

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The first of Classic Recreations’ line of classic muscle-era Mustangs.Continue reading This 1969 Mustang Boss 429 continuation car makes 815 hp

Rare Rides: A Large, Luxurious Citroën CX From 1987 (Part II)

In Part I of the Citroën CX saga, we learned how the big sedan replaced the outgoing and legendary DS. Now, let’s find out just how difficult life was for the last genuine large Citroën. At the time of the CX’s release in ’74, Citroën…

Rare Rides: A Large, Luxurious Citroën CX From 1987 (Part I)

Huge amounts of interior space, a silky smooth ride, and quirky features inside and out. These are the qualities one expects from a large Citroën, and all are present and accounted for in today’s Rare Ride — the CX 25 Prestige, from 1987. We&#821…