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The Isdera Imperator 108i Was Furiosa

The Isdera Imperator 108i Was Furiosa
One of the more obscure, but incredible vehicles of all time has to be the Isdera Imperator 108i. This impressive car has more in common with Mad Max Fury Road’s protagonist than you might think. It doesn’t just…

Own Steve McQueen’s Final Porsche, a 930 Turbo Carrera

Own Steve McQueen’s Final Porsche, a 930 Turbo Carrera
Steve McQueen is one of the coolest actors who ever lived. One reason was his passion for awesome cars, which was evident in films like Bullitt and LeMans and through his extensive car collection. McQueen’s rides sometimes come…
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Tackling the 2015 Mille Miglia in a Jaguar C-Type

Tackling the 2015 Mille Miglia in a Jaguar C-Type
The Mille Miglia began in 1927 when the people of the Italian town of Brescia formed the challenge as a protest for the Italian Grand Prix being moved to Monza. The original race followed a route from Brescia…

Ferrari Dino Reportedly Making a Comeback

Ferrari Dino Reportedly Making a Comeback
The Ferrari Dino, manufactured from 1968 to 1976, was a beautiful car, but it wasn’t really a Ferrari. The mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive autos, which came in both 6- and 8-cylinder models, were basically a brand unto themselves designed to…

Buy a New MGB that Won’t Burst into Flames or Break!

Buy a New MGB that Won’t Burst into Flames or Break!
When I was turning 16, all I could think about when it came to getting my first car was having an old British roadster like an MGB or Triumph. Fast forward a few months and I was the…

Porsche Classic Making Vintage 911 Dashboards

Porsche Classic Making Vintage 911 Dashboards
Unquestionably, the most iconic model for Porsche is the 911. The car has been around for more than 50 years, and is a classic by any definition of the word. That means there are scads of old 911…

Own a Stirling Moss ’61 Porsche 718 for $3M

Own a Stirling Moss ’61 Porsche 718 for $3M
Most people will never own a Porsche 911. But a 718? Forget about it. There were only 14 718 RS-61s ever made, and one owned by British racing icon Sir Stirling Moss is going to hit Bonham’s auction…

Carspotting: Kirkham 427 KMS/SC

Carspotting: Kirkham 427 KMS/SC
“I had driven Corvettes all my life, so I thought I’d be fine” said Art Deslauriers of his first ride in his Kirkham, he continued on to say that this beast is nothing in comparison to a Corvette.…

1952 Ferrari Goes for More Than $7 million

1952 Ferrari Goes for More Than $7 million
I couldn’t make it to Lake Cuomo in Italy last weekend for the RM Sotheby’s classic car auction, but if I had been able to juggle my schedule and be there I would have witnessed a little bit…

BMW Pays Hommage to the 3.0 CSL in Italy

BMW Pays Hommage to the 3.0 CSL in Italy
In 1972, BMW introduced the 3.0 CSL, stripped down from the CS to make it ready for the European Touring Car Championship. BMW’s reputation for combining performance and design owes a ton to the CSL, with its elongated…

All 17 Fantastical BMW Art Cars on Display in Italy

All 17 Fantastical BMW Art Cars on Display in Italy
In 1975, renowned artist Alexander Calder transformed a BMW 3.0 CSL into a work of art on wheels. But rather than lock the car up in a gallery, BMW raced Calder’s automotive fantasy at the 1975 Le Mans…

Carspotting: Citroën Traction Avant

Carspotting: Citroën Traction Avant
I’ve recently developed an obsession for the Citroën Traction Avant, one of the most stylish and technologically advanced cars of its time, and one that still makes heads turn everywhere it goes. The Traction Avant was produced from…

Rare 1925 Barn Find Bugatti Hits the Auction Block

Rare 1925 Barn Find Bugatti Hits the Auction Block
My association with barns is less than romantic. As a kid, to earn extra cash during high school summers, I bailed hay on Indiana farms and then loaded the bails up into barns. When we got to piling…
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