by Lori Straus Exotic cars are not vehicles that you drive on roads in -30˚C Canadian winters. Far from utilitarian machines, exotic cars are machines to be savoured and cherished. Are you considering buying one yourself? It’s certainly not a question to be taken lightly. Given that these vehicles start at five figures and reach... Read More.
While the brand-new 2020 Corvette is in the spotlight, we thought it would be a good time to look at used versions of the Corvette, as well as some of its American muscle-car competitors.... Read More.
The Acura NSX may not boast the same level of prestige as an Italian exotic, but it’s an extremely impressive machine. If you’re in the market for a high-tech supercar and can afford the $200,000 price tag, the NSX should be on your short list.... Read More.
The Yorkville show will separate the 110+ cars into corrals, mostly by marque: Ferrari, Porsche (two corrals), Morgan, Aston Martin, and Lamborghini. The other corrals mix marques: supercar, modified, American, and open class.... Read More.
Bill Sanderson bought his first car—a Nissan 240SX—before he had a license. But it wasn’t to drive. He wanted to repair it and add performance modifications to it. Now, over a decade later, he’s a licensed technician who specializes in repairing and servicing European and exotic cars in Canada.... Read More.