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Ford used to test Model Ts on the roof of this Toronto factory

The showroom was on the first floor; parts were unloaded on the second. The third and fourth were for assembly. And on the roof? The employee test track

I ain't afraid of no ghost: The story of the Ectomobile

When there’s something strange in your neighbourhood there’s only one car for the job: Ecto-1

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How dealerships can now predict what you're going to buy

Looking at or researching a new car purchase online? Odds are the companies or dealers you’re looking at are looking back at you

Ken Carter was Canada's Evel Knievel, but more bonkers

In the late ’70s, the “Mad Canadian” began plotting a mile-long jump across the St. Lawrence River in a rocket-propelled Lincoln

The remarkable adventures of Robert Bateman's Grizzly Torque

This desert-tan Land Rover was once both canvas and conveyance for one of Canada’s greatest naturalist artists

BMW Welt is like Disney World for German car fans

In December 2015, BMW celebrated the delivery of its 150,000th car from BMW Welt, the brand’s HQ, museum, and new car showroom—so we paid it a visit

How Circuit Gilles Villeneuve was born in a half-hour

Thirty minutes is all it took to seal the fate of Montreal’s Île Notre-Dame and turn it into Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

The First 48: Buying advice from a guy who's had 48 cars

I think I have a problem. And I hope there isn’t any possibility of a cure.

How to be the Ultimate Driving Cheapskate

Our king of the penny pinch gives you some of his hard won tips on saving a buck.

Tokyo's toy car collector's mecca

Just as the Japanese manufacturers of full-size cars began their heyday in the 1970s, so too did Japan’s premier diecast car-maker.

Too perfect: an introduction to concours judging

For some, perfect paint and crisply plated chrome can cost you points, but sheer presence can win them back

HPA Motorsports: German performance, served up Canadian-style

Looking for some Teutonic twist? You’ve found your dealer.

Shotgun: Playing musical car seats with your kids

When the kids are old enough to sit in the front seat, back seat, and driver’s seat, every trip is a new battle for who sits where

How Rauno Aaltonen (accidentally) cheated to win the Monte Carlo rally

The legendary rally driver reveals how he finished the Col de Turini stage of the famous race to pull off a surprise victory

Steer with your eyes, your hands will follow

Steer with your eyes, and your hands will follow

Christian von Koenigsegg: An innovating mind, a dreamer's heart

Christian von Koenigsegg started with nothing and built a supercar empire. Learn more about the passion and tenacity that drove his ambition.

Road Trip: Henry Ford Museum is a tour through pure Americana

The Henry Ford Museum houses much more than the history of the Blue Oval: it protects an enormous slice of history as American as apple pie.

How long must I wait for my self-driving car?!

Nobody knows, but don’t put down your deposit just yet

This Canadian-built MegaRaptor is a super-fun super-sized F-250

How do you make a pickup fun if you’re not a truck person? You blow it up larger than life and take it off-roading

2017 Ferrari 488 GTB: race-bred DNA, road car manners

Kyle Marcelli raced the Ferrari 488 GT3 this season, but recently had a chance to try out its road-going sibling

The 'Art of Mopar' delivers exactly what it promises

Tom Glatch’s new volume makes a great vehicle for some fantastic photography and curious trivia

This entrepreneur is one of the first Canadian Ford GT owners

Only Autofocus has this interview with Richard L’Abbé, one of the Ford GT’s first owners in Canada

This Cobble Beach tour convinced me I’m buying a rumble-seat car

The hundred-odd cars at Cobble Beach’s concours hit the field Sunday, but on Saturday, they take to the streets

How Mercedes-Benz is hoping to engage Canadians—at the mall?

German automaker is upping the ante against competitors by connecting with customers and fans in a Markham shopping centre

Cobble Beach’s concours is where you'll see all the cars you keep reading about

The hundred-plus cars at the fifth annual Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance have some incredible stories to tell

Rallycross: racing six-figure cars sideways for bragging rights

Canadian-born racer Andrew Comrie-Picard gives us a crash course in rallycross and how to win at life

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