How To Tow A Project Car From An Impossible Place: The 7-Hour Saga

So you've spotted a prime project car; owner will let his tragic heap go cheap and maybe it's even got a title. But it's wedged deep in the depths of some hoarder barn with no power and no brakes. Don't worry, getting it home isn't impossible. Just an incredible pain in the ass. Hop in, let's do this. » 8/29/14 10:57am 8/29/14 10:57am

Starting A Vehicle Restoration Project: A Fierce Whirlwind Of Emotions

Project Car Hell isn't so much a place, as it is a state of mind. Actually, it sort of is a place. A place where you're damned to be wrenching and fighting rust until the end of eternity against a restoration project of impossible odds. Well, I've just swam across the River Styx. » 8/20/14 12:42pm 8/20/14 12:42pm

Forget Pebble, 'International Nationals' Is The Best Car Show In August

As returning readers will recognize, I'm pretty much obsessed with a little 4x4 called the International Scout. Mostly because they're just delightful looking, so I've spent all week pawing through these pictures from the biggest annual gathering of the trucks anywhere– generally known simply as "Nationals." » 8/15/14 5:09pm 8/15/14 5:09pm

Which International Scout Should I Buy: Original 80/800 Or Scout II?

Turns out buying an International Scout is tougher than I'd thought it'd be. When I finally land on one that feels right, a buyer flakes or somebody scoops it. But the biggest obstacle to getting a Scout has been my own indecisiveness; I can't decide which body style I like better! » 5/02/14 11:10am 5/02/14 11:10am