Chrysler

Motors

Convertible sales fail to raise the roof

Porsche Boxster

Matt Campbell Numbers of top-down tourers aren't following the script for such a sunburnt country.

Drive culture

What cars do conservatives buy?

The remains of Sergeant Lemcke were returned in time for Veterans Day in the US, commemorated on November 11.

When pondering this, or other highly important questions, one can turn to that font of knowledge known as Conservapedia.

Driving power

Is one engine really enough?

1935 Alfa Romeo Bitmore.

Tony Davis Many people won't fly in a plane that has only one engine, but with cars they are a little more sanguine.

One-off

McLaren X-1 mystery machine

McLaren

Chris Harris Secret owner orders one-off supercar based on the 12C.

Car auctions

High price for the pixie dust of fame

cars

Stephen Lacey The whiff of celebrity means big dollars, especially when it comes to buying and selling cars.

Motors

Alfa reveals cut-price supercar

Alfa Romeo 4C

Matt Campbell Italian brand's new sports coupe confirmed for local launch in 2014, with an $80k price target.

Motors

The fast and the spurious

SLS

David McCowen Australians' love affair with high performance continues apace, even if they can't use it.

Motors

Maserati reveals crucial new sedan

Maserati Ghibli

Greg Kable Stylish BMW 5-Series-fighting four-door set for Shanghai motor show debut.

A salute to Australia's 10 most important cars

Australia's most important cars

Tony Davis braves the knockers to list his best local models of all time. Let the arguments begin.

Vintage style

Diamond's gem still sparkles 80 years on

Rod Hokin's 1932 Chrysler Imperial formerly owned by Legs Diamond.

Lawrence Money He was 'Legs' because he escaped trouble so often. Today his car runs on.

Drive life

10 things your next car might not have

Barry Park There are some classic pieces of motoring machinery that are not long for this world.