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Collection of Rare Ferrari Parts Fetches Millions

Collection of Rare Ferrari Parts Fetches Millions
An auction was held recently and one of the highlights of the auction wasn’t a complete car, rather it was a collection of parts. These parts give some wealthy person the opportunity to start building their own Ferrari 250 GTO.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos

Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos
Back in 1989, Ferrari commissioned Sergio Pininfarina to design a new concept car which was intended to combine modern technology with the racing spirit of 1960s barchettas. Based on the Testarossa platform, the Ferrari Mythos had a smooth, curvy body style which was a great departure from the linear and pointed looks of the Testarossa.
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Continuation Boss 429, Boss 302, and Mach 1 Mustangs Announced

Continuation Boss 429, Boss 302, and Mach 1 Mustangs Announced
If you ask a bunch of Mustang fans what the best-looking year was for Ford’s pony car, about the only thing most of them will be able to agree on is that it’s not the Mustang II from the malaise era.
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10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show

10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show
If cars are indeed your thing, then what is the equivalent of having tasteful amounts of sex appeal? Does it go beyond beltline curves, carbon fiber, Alcantara, and aluminum? The vehicular landscape is one that comes littered with both staggeringly good and bad design touches, and while concepts like Infiniti’s insanely sleek Q Inspiration stirred the Detroit auto show this year, there’s a lot to love about Chicago’s shindig a couple weeks later as well.
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Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV

Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV
In the past few years, it seems like automakers are competing to create the smartest cars on the road. From lane assistance and intelligent cruise control to parking assistance and – before we know it – wholly autonomous vehicles.
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7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is the most iconic OEM motor vehicle meet in the United States, every year drawing hundreds of thousands of car shoppers and members of the media alike through its doors at the Cobo Center.
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Glorious 1954 Jaguar D-Type Works Driven by Sir Stirling Moss for Sale

Glorious 1954 Jaguar D-Type Works Driven by Sir Stirling Moss for Sale
When it comes to Jaguars, perhaps the most iconic of any racing car it has ever built was the Jaguar D-Type Works track car. The vehicle you see here is absolutely pristine and has the sort of provenance that makes it insanely expensive.
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This Rare 1994 Jaguar XJ220 Can Be Yours… for Half a Million Dollars

This Rare 1994 Jaguar XJ220 Can Be Yours… for Half a Million Dollars
One of the rarest Jaguars ever made has to be the XJ220. Only a handful of these powerful supercars were made back in the early 1990s, and they seldom come up for sale. Just 283 of the cars were made between 1992 and 1994, and they sold for £470,000, or a little over $700,000 US dollars at the then current exchange rate.
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Want a Real Shelby Cobra, But Don’t Know How to Drive Stick?

Want a Real Shelby Cobra, But Don’t Know How to Drive Stick?
The original Shelby Cobra Roadster is one of the most desirable cars out there. But one thing that stands in the way of some folks from enjoying classic cars is the fact that many of them only came with manual transmissions.
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The History and Evolution of the Mustang, Challenger, and Corvette

The History and Evolution of the Mustang, Challenger, and Corvette
There are a handful of sports cars which have been staples of the American gearheads’ diet for decades. The big ones being the Ford Mustang, the Dodge Challenger, the Chevrolet Corvette, and the Chevrolet Camaro. Each of these cars has followed a unique path of evolution throughout its history, sometimes paying tribute to their heritage, while other times trying to reinvent its looks and capabilities for a new generation.
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Stunning 1973 Porsche Carrera RS Lightweight for Sale

Stunning 1973 Porsche Carrera RS Lightweight for Sale
If I had a million dollars to spare, I’d strongly consider picking up a Porsche 911 GT2 RS, and then pay off my mortgage with the rest. But if I had $1.3 million to spare, I think I might have to go for this awesome specimen – a beautiful orange and black 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS, packing a 2.7-liter competition engine.
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This 1969 Porsche 911 T Is the Automotive Minimalist’s Dream

This 1969 Porsche 911 T Is the Automotive Minimalist’s Dream
Our friends over at Petrolicious get to spend time with some truly exotic and spectacular cars, from beauties like the Jaguar E-Type lightweight to the Ferrari F40. But sometimes a car is less about showing off its looks, and more about what its can do on the road.
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Tricked-out 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 for Sale

Tricked-out 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 for Sale
It’s been quite some time since the Land Rover Defender was sold here in the US. In fact, it was sold only from 1993 to 1997 due to ever-changing safety regulations. I’m hopeful that the Defender will be relaunched in the next couple of years, but there’s nothing quite like the rugged, boxy shape of a classic Defender.
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One-of-a-kind Aluminum 1969 Ferrari “Daytona” for Sale

One-of-a-kind Aluminum 1969 Ferrari “Daytona” for Sale
With just 1,200 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” cars built between 1969 and 1973, they’re some of the most desirable collectors cars on the market, typically selling for upwards of $700,000 when fully restored. But why would a dusty old barn find Daytona be going for more than twice that much?
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Cherry 1980 Stingray Has Just 700 Miles Since 1982 Restomod

Cherry 1980 Stingray Has Just 700 Miles Since 1982 Restomod
While today’s C7 Chevy Corvettes are the best ‘Vettes ever in terms of performance and handling, I always loved the look of the C3 Corvette. I think it’s because the ’70s and early ’80s models were the Vettes of my boyhood car fantasies.
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