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Is This The Greatest 1986 Aston Martin V8 Zagato Ever?

Rare restored prototype car is one of just three, and well known at famed concours events. The engineering of Aston Martin and design brilliance of Zagato has resulted in some of the world’s most beautiful machines. These automotive works of art are very desirable, and today, highly collectable....
By Tyler Heatley May 22, 2019

Elegant 1938 1607 V12 Convertible Coupe Is Mellow In Yellow

This opulent Packard features the marque's famed V12 engine The Packard marque is responsible for some of the most luxurious and innovative cars of its era. These American classics are cherished by collectors, and the opportunity to buy significant models doesn’t come up all that often. The Cla...
By Tyler Heatley May 22, 2019

New Michelin Tire Designed For Modern Classics Of 1980s and 90s

Retro designed tire looks the part, but also features modern technology Time waits for no man, and its passage has resulted in some iconic 1980s and 1990s vehicles becoming quite the collector's item. This booming ‘youngtimer’ market has seen Toyota Supra’s sell for vast sums, Nissan recommissio...
By Tyler Heatley May 22, 2019

The Perfect Land Rover Discovery Is For Sale With Morris Leslie

Land Rover’s second-generation Discovery is largely ignored by those seeking a classic 4x4. Here’s why it’s the perfect blend of heritage and usability The first-generation Land Rover Discovery broke new ground when it first hit tarmac in 1989. Based on the well-proven underpinnings of Spen K...
By Calum Brown May 22, 2019

Beat The Great Depression With This 1934 Packard 1101 Coupe

The benefactor of a frame-off restoration, this handsome blue Packard of the 1930s is ready for concours Owning an automobile in the 1920s and early 1930s was a real status symbol. ‘If you’ve got it, flaunt it’ became the phrase of the day, with excessive chrome and enormous hood ornaments donni...
By Tyler Heatley May 22, 2019

Why You Should Visit The Classic Car Club of America Museum

Hosted in a 1980 barn, this vintage museum is full of history and charm If you’re a real classic car enthusiast, you might already know about the Classic Car Club of America Museum in Michigan, USA. It houses some extraordinary cars of the past, including a vast array of automotive memorabilia. ...
By Tyler Heatley May 22, 2019

Topless Luxury Is What A 1969 Plymouth Satellite Is About

While stately and immaculate, this luxury convertible has a bite to it. There are many ways to enjoy a nice day. Driving this 1969 Plymouth Satellite is one of the better options. A rare classic, this car is in fantastic shape and could be yours. After going through a full rotisserie restorati...
By Steven Symes May 21, 2019

1969 Z Movie Car Scooby Doo Mystery Machine Pays Tribute To A ...

Everything about this van is impeccable. Anyone who’s watched the classic Scooby Doo cartoons while eating cereal on Saturday morning, or using their modern streaming service of choice, recognizes the van the crime-solving kids and their dog used to get around. With a complete distinct design, y...
By Steven Symes May 21, 2019

Classic COPO Camaro Heading To The Auction Block In June

During the upcoming GAA Classics Cars auction this summer, a rare and powerful 1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO will be up for grabs. While the modern COPO Camaros tend to hog the spotlight nowadays because of the fuss Chevrolet makes over them at shows like SEMA and as promotional models, the classi...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 21, 2019

1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z28 Helps You Relive The Glory Days

This is one of GM’s shining stars from the 1980s. Anyone who remembers the 1980s will recall the IROC name with fondness. This 1987 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z28 is a truly special car, even among other F-body models, plus it’s in such fantastic shape it almost looks like it rolled right off the pr...
By Steven Symes May 21, 2019

Niki Lauda's Top 10 Formula 1 Cars

The passing of Niki Lauda is a great loss to the world of motorsport — and indeed the world as a whole. This extremely talented racer worked his way up through the ranks, and even cheated death after a horrific crash in 1976 while driving for Ferrari against McLaren's James Hunt. His determinatio...
By Tyler Heatley May 21, 2019

Svelte And Timeless, This Pagoda Just Oozes Class

This 230SL is offered at a reasonable price point and has enough patina to be used without fear There surely isn’t a more svelte looking convertible sports car than a W113 Pagoda? Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 it certainly looked the business and took the market by storm. Altho...
By Max Holder May 21, 2019

Check Out The 1972 Dodge Charger Being Restored By Petty's Garage

This 1972 Dodge Charger is currently being restored by Petty's Garage having been identified as a legitimate Petty NASCAR This 1972 Dodge Charger Stock Car is no replica. It’s not a museum imitation or charity duplication, either. This is the real deal, originally built at Petty Enterprises to ...
By Calum Brown May 21, 2019

1 of 397 NSX With Low Miles Is Up For Grabs

This 3 liter model comes with the favored manual transmission and is presented in a particularly rare color combination The Acura NSX is a car we all long to own. Being the first user friendly supercar, it carries a trophy it’s clearly proud to wear whilst keeping the supercar philosophy intact....
By Max Holder May 21, 2019

Andretti’s Legendary Lamborghini For Sale

...and it could be yours! While running for the first time in a full sprint-car schedule with the hopes of making the 1965 Indy 500 field, Mario Andretti set the fastest time at the 1964 Allentown Fair race with a 25.37 second lap around the half mile track. Even though he went on to lose the ra...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 21, 2019

1987 AM General M998 HMMWV Humvee Registered For Civilian Use

Just in time for Memorial Day, you can own this awesome Humvee! A new era brought ever progressing enemy combatants to the front lines. What had been working for the mighty U.S. military was not so relevant anymore. One of the major changes badly needed by our troops was a better way of getting ...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 21, 2019
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