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Rod Stewart’s 1990 Ferrari F40 Hits the Auction Block

Rod Stewart’s 1990 Ferrari F40 Hits the Auction Block
Got a million bucks kicking around? You can own a bit of automotive and rock and roll history in one purchase. This beautiful Ferrari F40 was once owned by Rod Stewart, and is going up for auction next week.
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1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale Heads to Auction

1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale Heads to Auction
For its upcoming auction this August in Monterey, RM Auctions has quite an amazing collection of cars, including some incredible classic Ferraris. Topping the list is this incredible 1964 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Speciale by Scaglietti. The car is one of just three Berlinetta Competizione cars built for FIA homologation, with extremely well-documented provenance.
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Jaguar: From C-Type to F-Type

Jaguar: From C-Type to F-Type
With a few distractions along the way, Jaguar has a long history of creating incredible roadsters and sports cars. In this documentary from XCAR Films, they explore the heritage of the Jaguar sports car line, from the 1950s original XK 123 C-Type race car all the way up to today’s F-Type Coupe R.
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Rare 4-Speed 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T up for Sale

Rare 4-Speed 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T up for Sale
Built out with Chrysler’s famed 426 Hemi engine, this 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T has the very special distinction of being one of only 13 Coronet R/T cars made in 1970 – and only four were made with a 4-speed manual.
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Porsche San Remo Rally 911 Returns to Racing

Porsche San Remo Rally 911 Returns to Racing
Porsche’s resident historian Dieter Landenberger takes us inside the Porsche museum to look at the fully restored San Remo Rally 911 SC, which was driven by Porsche racing driver Walter Rhörl in the 1981 San Remo Rally.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1955 Chevrolet Biscayne

Concepts from Future Past: 1955 Chevrolet Biscayne
While the Chevrolet Biscayne might not be a name that most people know, this 1955 design study was actually highly influential in some of Chevy’s most popular cars. The ’55 Biscayne marked a move away from the large tailfins and massive amounts of chrome trim, and was more compact and minimal than its contemporaries.
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Discovering the World’s Oldest Porsche

Discovering the World’s Oldest Porsche
Luciano Rupolo is a retired Italian auto mechanic who first got into racing and collecting cars in the mid 1970s. Since then, he’s had some incredible cars in his garage and, now retired, visits with Locals Magazine to show off his current collection of mostly Italian racers and street cars.
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From the Vaults: See the USA in Your Chevrolet

From the Vaults: See the USA in Your Chevrolet
Back in the 1950s and 60s, entertainer Dinah Shore was one of Chevrolet’s top spokespeople, so it only made sense that they asked her to sing a song for to promote the brand. Here’s a clip of Ms.
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Gone in 60 Seconds ’67 Mustang GT500 for Sale

Gone in 60 Seconds ’67 Mustang GT500 for Sale
If this car looks familiar, it’s because it’s the 1967 Ford Mustang, “Eleanor” that Nicolas Cage drove in the 2000 remake of Gone in 60 Seconds. It’s one of the highlights of Mecum Auctions’ 2014 Monterey event, and will sell to the top bidder when it hits the podium this August.
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1971 Porsche 911 Martini Racing Replica

1971 Porsche 911 Martini Racing Replica
This classic 1971 Porsche 911 looks awesome. Not only is the car’s tub completely rust and crash free, it’s been fitted with body panels replicated from the classic 1973 Martini Racing 911 RSR. It’s powered by a 2.7 RS engine with racing cams and Weber carbs, and connected to a five-speed transmission with a limited-slip differential.
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2014 Le Mans Classic Highlight Reel

2014 Le Mans Classic Highlight Reel
The 2014 Le Mans Classic took place a couple of weeks after the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, bringing together over 450 classic cars dating from 1923 to 1979 to race in the same venue as today’s cars.
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Designing the Original 1967 Chevrolet Camaro

Designing the Original 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro was the first generation of Chevy’s classic muscle car, and positioned to compete against Ford’s successful Mustang. This historic video from the era, Chevy takes us inside the design and testing of what was then called the XP-836 project and what would become a successful sports car in its own right with a following every bit as loyal as that of the Mustang.
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1987 Lamborghini Countach for Sale

1987 Lamborghini Countach for Sale
The Lamborghini Countach was arguably the most iconic sports car of the 1980s. Sure, it was ridiculously impractical and uncomfortable, but it was also amazing in its own insane way. With just over 2,000 cars produced over its 26 year lifespan, the cars have become increasingly difficult to find over the years, so it’s not often you see one in great shape turn up for sale.
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Artist Imagines Citroëns as Understated Flying Cars

Artist Imagines Citroëns as Understated Flying Cars
Artist Jacob Munkhammer has taken images of some classic Citroëns, with their retro-yet-futuristic styling that is so easily recognized, and combined the vehicles with the technology of Marty McFly’s hoverboard. Floating quietly above the street, the Citroëns look well suited to a world in which cars glide effortlessly down the road, flying just a few inches off the ground.
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Amazing Customized 1963 Thunderbird for Sale

Amazing Customized 1963 Thunderbird for Sale
The 1963 Ford Thunderbird was a pretty amazing car in its own right, and we’re pretty happy to just look at them restored to stock. But we have to admit that this customized ‘bird by Don Russo is pretty spectacular.
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