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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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This Datsun 240Z Is a Purpose-Built Rally Rocket

This Datsun 240Z Is a Purpose-Built Rally Rocket
“When you get in the Z, it has a little bit more of a rocket feeling to it,” says Taz Harvey in this video from Petrolicious. A Nissan dealer who grew up racing, Harvey caught the rally bug from a friend who had entered a 911 in the La Carrera Panamericana rally in Mexico.
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Fiat 850 Sport: Fit for a Show at a Famous French Castle

Fiat 850 Sport: Fit for a Show at a Famous French Castle
Loïc Maschi, the 19-year-old French owner of a gorgeous blue Fiat 850 Sport, fell in love with automobiles when he got his first model car at age six. Before he was even old enough to drive legally by himself, he found the Fiat online and bought it.
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Go Commando with This Jeepster Off-Road Classic

Go Commando with This Jeepster Off-Road Classic
Some people are drawn to the unorthodox. And the word certainly applies to the Jeepster Commando, which was more or less assembled with parts laying around on shelves at AMC. “The first time I saw the truck, I remember thinking, what is this thing?”,
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An Italian Family’s Love Affair with a Porsche 356 Speedster

An Italian Family’s Love Affair with a Porsche 356 Speedster
We had an all-Italian women’s final at the U.S. Open, so why not celebrate la dolce vita with this video from Petrolicious featuring a female Italian gearhead and her family’s beloved Porsche 356 Speedster. The narrator, Rosita Corato, is a fourth-generation Italian coachbuilder.
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This ’77 Aston Martin V8 Used to Be a Clunker

This ’77 Aston Martin V8 Used to Be a Clunker
This Aston Martin V8 Series 3 is a joy to behold, but as owner Paul Kitchen tells Petrolicious he and his dad Jonathan found it in a sorry state. It was rotting in a barn, its brakes didn’t work and it was colored purple.
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Dick DeLuna’s 1948 Nardi-Danese 6C 2500

Dick DeLuna’s 1948 Nardi-Danese 6C 2500
In the late ’90s, car collector Dick DeLuna found an old and rotting Italian race car that turned out to be a diamond in the rough. It was a 1948 Nardi-Danese 6C 2500, a racing variant of the Alfa Romeo 6C.
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Lucy: A Man’s ’68 Camaro Changes His Life

Lucy: A Man’s ’68 Camaro Changes His Life
Adam Martin purchased a classic 1968 Chevy Camaro back when he was just 17 years old. With just a cursory knowledge of what it takes to maintain a classic car, this was the first step in a journey that would affect Martin’s path in life.
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A Father and Son and Their Datsun 240Zs

A Father and Son and Their Datsun 240Zs
The Datsun 240Zs of the early 1970s are absolutely terrific cars to restore and drive every day. The car’s iconic lines hold up to this day and a nicely restored model can still turn heads zipping down the road.
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Adventuring with a Land Rover Series III

Adventuring with a Land Rover Series III
The Land Rover Series III is one of the greatest off-road vehicles ever built, which can be seen over and over with the number of them still being used every day in the most remote areas of the world.
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When Outrageous Was Possible: Countach

When Outrageous Was Possible: Countach
The Lamborghini Countach was introduced in 1971 and remains one of the most recognizable, most iconic cars of the 1970s. With its ostentatious styling and sharp lines, the car couldn’t meet today’s safety standards. Petrolicious pays a visit to James Chen of Axis Wheels and he describes the joy of owning and driving a Countach along with the long list of design issues associated with the car.
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