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1965 Mustang Serial Number 00002 for Sale

1965 Mustang Serial Number 00002 for Sale
Mecum Auctions is set to auction off off one of the rarest of all classic Ford Mustangs. This very special car is serial number 00002, and is recognized as the first hardtop Mustang to receive a VIN number.
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$1.3 Million Buys You This 2000-Mile 1971 Barracuda

$1.3 Million Buys You This 2000-Mile 1971 Barracuda
If you’re a muscle car fan, you could do a whole lot worse than a classic Plymouth Hemi Cuda, and this particular specimen is as good as they get. This incredible 1971 Barracuda looks amazing, decked out in Rallye Red and black, with that big Shaker hoodscoop, matching rear spoiler, and big HEMI graphics on the doors.
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Epic 1971 Ford Bronco Has Coyote 5.0 V8 from a Mustang

Epic 1971 Ford Bronco Has Coyote 5.0 V8 from a Mustang
Like many of you, I am a big fan of the old school, really small Ford Broncos from the early ’70s. They look like they might flip over in a strong wind, but man do they look good.
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General Lee Stunt Jump Kills a Charger and We Are Sort of Bummed

General Lee Stunt Jump Kills a Charger and We Are Sort of Bummed
Growing up, I absolutely loved The Dukes of Hazzard. I liked to ride my three-wheeler on two wheels just to be more like Bo and Luke. At the time I didn’t think that the Charger the guys drove was a particularly cool car aside from the fact that they drove it.
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A Tour of Nashville’s Lane Motor Museum

A Tour of Nashville’s Lane Motor Museum
Nashville, Tennessee is the epicenter of country music and it is known for attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum which are both wonderful museums. However, if you visit Nashville without stopping by the Lane Motor Museum, you will miss one of the greatest collections of automobiles in the country.
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Range Rover Reborn Brings Back 1970s Classics

Range Rover Reborn Brings Back 1970s Classics
The 1970s were arguably the most iconic era for Range Rovers’ SUVs. The rugged British off-roader was the epitome of minimal and practical design, with its boxy, but never boring looks. Range Rovers from this era are some of the favorites and most valuable out there for collectors.
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Ferrari 250 GT PF Coupe Found Tucked Inside Apartment

Ferrari 250 GT PF Coupe Found Tucked Inside Apartment
Most of us gearheads have have heard of a “barn find” before. It’s when someone finds a classic car tucked inside a barn untouched for years. I bet you’ve never heard of an “apartment find” though.
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Porsche 917 Chassis 001 for Sale

Porsche 917 Chassis 001 for Sale
As a child of the ’80s, I was a huge Lee Majors fan. I mean he was the $6 Million Dollar Man and The Fall Guy after all. I still remember to this day talking my mom into taking me to the video store one Saturday morning and running across the single VHS copy of a relatively unknown Lee Majors movie from that early ’80s era called The Last Chase.
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Magnum P.I.’s Actual Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole is for Sale

Magnum P.I.’s Actual Ferrari 308 GTS Quattrovalvole is for Sale
If you watched any TV in the ’80s, you will remember that many of the shows had sweet cars that were often the biggest characters on the show. Think the General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard, Kitt from Knight Rider, and that sexy red Ferrari on Magnum P.I.
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Rent Vin Diesel’s xXx Pontiac GTO

Rent Vin Diesel’s xXx Pontiac GTO
The thing I remember most about the original xXx flick with Vin Diesel was that sweet purple 1967 Pontiac GTO that has missiles in the headlights, and the roof that could be ejected. If you liked that car and thought it would be cool to drive it, here is your chance.
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1985 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale Turns up on eBay

1985 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale Turns up on eBay
The 1980s weren’t exactly one of the best decades for cars – especially here in America. That said, there were still a handful of pretty great cars, like this awesome Giugiaro designed 1985 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale.
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Porsche 550 RS Spyder Takes a Bite out of Someone’s Wallet

Porsche 550 RS Spyder Takes a Bite out of Someone’s Wallet
A matte grey, never restored, yet still mint Porsche 550 RS Spyder sold this weekend for a record £4,593,500 at the Goodwood Revival’s Bonhams auction. For those of you, like me, who don’t readily convert pounds to dollars in their heads, that currently adds up to $5,956,621.13 in U.S.
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This Alfa Giulietta Sprint Is a Cannon Blast to Drive

This Alfa Giulietta Sprint Is a Cannon Blast to Drive
“When I open up the garage, put the key in the ignition, and fire up this car, it’s this amazing… it’s almost like this cannon blast,” says Jeff Martin in the Petrolicious episode featuring his 1955 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint.
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Living Out a Classic Car Dream in Palm Springs

Living Out a Classic Car Dream in Palm Springs
If you ever see a collector car driving around Palm Springs, there’s a pretty decent chance it belongs to local car collectors Sandy Edelstein and Scott King, especially if it’s pink and has enormous fins. Their eclectic array of classics includes a massive pink 1959 Mercury Park Lane and a 1992 Acura NSX, featured in a new Petrolicious episode set against the gorgeous Southern California landscape.
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Rainy Racing as Two 1950s Sports Cars Fight to the Finish

Rainy Racing as Two 1950s Sports Cars Fight to the Finish
In 1936, BMW launched the 328, which quickly made its mark with its 2-liter flat 6, gaining class wins at LeMans and winning the overall trophy at the 1940 Mille Miglia. Further evolved after the war by Bristol, the 328 notched a win at the 1952 British Grand Prix.
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