DRIVESHARE’S FIVE COOLEST LAND YACHTS

Land Yachts are among the largest mass-produced cars ever manufactured. Though SUVs, crossovers and pickups are still in production today, the term “land yacht” most often refers to American cars built between 1960s and ‘70s. Body styles include four-door, two-door, and the most popular, the convertible. Available engines ranged from the small inline-six up to…

FIVE AUTOMOTIVE THINGS YOU CAN DO AT HOME

Whenever you find yourself with nowhere to go and not much to do, it’s perfectly normal to get a bit antsy. Fortunately, automotive enthusiasts have quite a few options, and none of them require leaving your home. Instead of sitting around scrolling on your phone and getting lost in the news and social media, occupy your car-crazed…

FASTER THAN THEY LOOK: TOP 10 FACTORY SLEEPERS

Hidden in the hustle and bustle of ordinary daily drivers lies the sleeper car, well-concealed in ordinary car camouflage but with enough power to take you by surprise.  Only someone “in the know” about a particular model will be aware of just what it can do because the vehicle’s appearance says otherwise. Here we call…

PREPPING YOUR CLASSIC FOR THE DRIVING SEASON

Ah, once again the moment that all car nuts in northern climes anxiously await: The smell of spring is in the air. Soon we will be able to relive the familiar memory of driving our collector car through scenic lands and towns with the windows down — pure bliss. Now’s the perfect time to prepare…

TEN GREAT DRIVING ROADS YOU MAY NOT KNOW

Summer is just around the corner. It’s time to plan get behind the wheel and drive! Hagerty’s Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) asked their eNews readers to name some favorite driving roads. Check out this “must drive” list of HVA member picks from across the country, including roads with historic or pop-cultural significance.

DRIVESHARE’S TOP SIX WORKHORSES TURNED CLASSIC

From off-road versatility to hauling capabilities, it’s hard to imagine a world that lacks the vehicles which are capable of doing our heavy lifting. Without trucks and utility vehicles, we wouldn’t have the means to transport food products, medical supplies, or fuel. High-rise buildings wouldn’t exist, roads would crumble, and some locations would no longer…

SMALL CARS, BIG FUN: DRIVESHARE’S TINIEST VEHICLES

While most enthusiasts are concerned with horsepower, others enjoy the uniqueness of the drive and the conversation that arises over their miniature mode of transportation. Whether you love’em or hate’em, small vehicles have made a big impact in the automobile industry. Here are five of DriveShare’s smallest cars with big personality.

DRIVESHARE’S TOP TEN UNIQUE VEHICLES

Take a tour of odd and rare cars from all over the United States, including a Polish fire truck, a priceless Porsche Beck 550, and a concept car from the space age.

WHY THE FIRST-GENERATION CORVETTE IS STILL THE BEST SPORTS CAR

When the first Corvette debuted in New York City at the GM Motorama on January 17, 1953, the public fell head-over-heels for its beauty. The broad but sleek fiberglass body exuded confidence, and the overall design was more robust than other popular sports cars of its time, such as the Triumph TR2 and Austin-Healey 100….

EXPERIENCING THE DRIVE: 1983 PORSCHE 911 CABRIOLET VS. PORSCHE 944 TURBO

There’s a saying “there’s no replacement for a Porsche,” and anyone lucky enough to drive one can agree that car’s the air-cooled wail, high-revs, serious shifting, superior handling and out of the box horsepower can’t be experienced with any other marque. But, as I learned in my two test drives, a car doesn’t have to be of the air-cooled variety to get a pure Porsche sportscar experience.