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Win a C8 Corvette AND a 1962 Corvette Roadster

Win a C8 Corvette AND a 1962 Corvette Roadster
What could be better than winning a brand new, mid-engined 2020 C8 Corvette? How about winning a C8 and a classic 1963 Corvette? The folks over at Dream Giveaway are doing just that, offering up a prize that includes both of these amazing sports cars, while supporting veterans and children’s charities with your donations.
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This Epic Jaguar XK120 is a 375 hp EV

This Epic Jaguar XK120 is a 375 hp EV
There’s a lot to be said about mixing classic old school cars with modern electric powertrains. Take this vintage Jaguar XK120. It is a beautiful car that would’ve originally had an inline-6 engine under the hood.
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This Replica Apple Computer Porsche 935 Is Up for Sale

This Replica Apple Computer Porsche 935 Is Up for Sale
There’s no question that Apple and Porsche are two of the most iconic brand names in the history of modern business. Back in 1980, when Apple was still known as Apple Computer (and it still believed in colors) its branding featured heavily on one particular race team’s livery.
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10 Great Mustang Movies to Watch While You’re Staying Home

10 Great Mustang Movies to Watch While You’re Staying Home
Most of us our doing our part to stay home as much as we can these days, so that means less time behind the wheel, and more time on the couch. The good news for gearheads is that there are tons of great car movies for you to enjoy from the comfort of your living room.
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The 1970 AMC AMX/3 Was a Supercar from The Makers of the Pacer

The 1970 AMC AMX/3 Was a Supercar from The Makers of the Pacer
AMC (American Motors Corporation) is best remembered for its strange, quirky and oddly loveable 1970s cars like the Gremlin and the Pacer. But it also made some sportier cars, like the Javelin and its muscular cousin, the AMX.
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Stunning Blue 1976 Lamborghini Countach ‘Periscopica’ for Sale

Stunning Blue 1976 Lamborghini Countach ‘Periscopica’ for Sale
The Lamborghini Countach is one of the most iconic and infamous supercars of all time. Produced in various configurations from 1974 to 1990, designer Marcello Gandini’s second Lambo masterpiece (he also designed the Miura) was notoriously uncomfortable, hard to drive, yet still awesome and spectacular.
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From the Vaults: Porsche 928S Dealer Promo

From the Vaults: Porsche 928S Dealer Promo
Produced from 1977 to 1995, the 928 was one of Porsche’s more controversial designs. Originally created to replace the 911 (blasphemy!), Porsche attempted to make the car appeal to a wider audience by making it easier to drive than other sports cars, and also adding features like fold-down rear seats for the kids, and driver-centric comfort features.
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Fiat and LEGO Built a Life-size Fiat 500

Fiat and LEGO Built a Life-size Fiat 500
While the modern-day Fiat 500 may be going away here in the U.S., it’s still an iconic little car, with lots of fans around the globe since its inception way back in 1957. To celebrate the heritage of the 500, LEGO has announced the release of a new Creator set based on the classic version of Italian subcompact.
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How Chevrolet Made Cars Back in 1936

How Chevrolet Made Cars Back in 1936
This fascinating educational film was commissioned by General Motors back in 1936 to show how cars were produced at the time. The 30-minute movie, titled “Master Hands,” takes us back in time to watch the production of Chevrolets – from forging molten steel for the engine block, to hand-assembling every component of the chassis and body.
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Ferris Bueller Ferrari Sells for $400K

Ferris Bueller Ferrari Sells for $400K
Like many of you, I’ve always assumed that Cameron’s dad’s prized car in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was an actual Ferrari. In fact, it was a replica, made by Modena. Still, it’s a very cool looking car, and one lucky buyer just got their hands on one that actually appeared in the movie.
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VW Bids Farewell to the Beetle with a Moving Animated Tribute

VW Bids Farewell to the Beetle with a Moving Animated Tribute
After 81 years, the Volkswagen Beetle is no longer being made. First built in 1938, the Type 1 Beetle largely unchanged until 2003, when the “New Beetle” made its debut, and then changing one final time for its third generation in 2011.
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This Year One 1974 Jeep Cherokee Is a Brutish Beauty

This Year One 1974 Jeep Cherokee Is a Brutish Beauty
It’s hard to believe it, but there was once a time when the Jeep Cherokee didn’t yet exist. It first came on the scene back in 1974, as a two-door version of the Jeep Wagoneer. If you love the look of these classic 4x4s, there’s one currently for sale up on eBay, and it looks pretty sweet.
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This 1979 Plymouth Trailduster Is Retro Fantastic

This 1979 Plymouth Trailduster Is Retro Fantastic
There was a time when 2-door, 4×4, body-on-frame SUVs were widely available. These days, pretty much all we’ve got in the US is the Jeep Wrangler, and the forthcoming Land Rover Defender 90. But if you long for something with more of a retro style, check out this 1979 Plymouth Trailduster that’s headed to the Barrett-Jackson 2020 Scottsdale auction without a reserve price.
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Exquisite Waltz Blue 1948 Tucker 48 Going up for Sale

Exquisite Waltz Blue 1948 Tucker 48 Going up for Sale
Tucker automobiles were some of the most extraordinary and distinctive cars ever created, but sadly, the bootstrapped car company didn’t last long in the face of big business, and in the end, just 50 of Preston Tucker’s aerodynamic sedans were ever built.
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Carspotting Japan: Bright Orange, Mint Condition ’70s Honda Life Kei Car

Carspotting Japan: Bright Orange, Mint Condition ’70s Honda Life Kei Car
A massive typhoon had just blanketed the majority of Japan in torrential rain, and shortly after letting-up, my wife tells me that we were going shopping. Unsure as to whether anything would be open I opted to tag along, secretly hoping to discover another interesting Japanese automobile.
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