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This Porsche Boxster Has Been Turned Into A James Dean Tribute

A Porsche 986 Boxster redesigned to resemble its iconic 1950s predecessor – James Dean's "Little Bastard" 550 Spyder – just found a new owner. In contrast to so many bastardized Porsches, this head-turning 1997 986 Boxster remains truly unique. Designed as an homage to the "Little Bastard" 550 ...
By Elizabeth Puckett Mar 25, 2019

Restomod Demand Is High For Palm Beach Barrett-Jackson Event

Restomods are hot right now, so will the trend continue? At the beginning of the year, Barrett-Jackson made history during its 48th annual Scottsdale event by selling more than 1800 vehicles, with a sell-through rate of 99.74% and $118 million sold. It also featured the highest No Reserve coll...
By Elizabeth Puckett Mar 25, 2019

The Audi R8 V12 TDi Is A Diesel Supercar From A Parallel Universe

Born in an era before the 'Dieselgate' scandal, this oil-burning Audi R8 concept rivaled Ferraris Today diesel is a very dirty word in the vocabulary of casual motorists. After the Volkswagen diesel scandal was unearthed back in 2015, the fuel has been under increasing scrutiny, subject to bans,...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 25, 2019

Celebrate The Discovery’s 30th Birthday At Simply Land Rover

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of this iconic Land Rover, head to Simply Land Rover at the National Motor Museum this summer The Land Rover Discovery turns 30 this year, and what better way to celebrate the trusty British workhorse than heading to Beaulieu this summer? On Sunday, June 23, the...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

Lamborghini Approves The Only Rat Rod Wearing Badge Worldwide

This 1970 Lamborghini Espada is the only rat rod Lambo in existence and uses the same V12 as the Countach, but is it art? Although you may not recognise it, this is in fact a Lamborghini Espada. Considering other models during this era, the Espada stands as one of the more marmite cars to come o...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

The Nash Metropolitan: America’s First Economy Car With A Secret

This 1956 Nash Metropolitan looks far from stock, and suggests major power under the hood During the post-war era, America chugged along with a belief that 'bigger is better'. A whole host of consumer goods were following this trend, with cars leading the pack. Engines ballooned into V8 monsters...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

1930’s Chique Or Eighties Escapism? This Tiffany Coupe Is Rare

This 1988 CMC Tiffany Classic Coupe sports a Ford Windsor V8 and an intriguing company story from Miami The 1980s were an eclectic time for car design. For those of us who couldn’t afford the best, boxy saloons with the charisma of a wart were commonplace across the country. For the rest of us, ...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

Chevrolet Made 1957 A Memorable Year, Ford’s Fairlane Beat It

This 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner has undergone an exceptional restoration featuring the 312 cubic inch motor The year of our Lord 1957 will spring one particular car to mind. The number '57' and Chevy are two words that go together like Bonnie and Clyde, or Jessie and James. It’s a lesser kn...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

This 1956 Chrysler 300B Hemi Coupe Is A Masterpiece On Wheels

With 355-horsepower from a 354 cubic-inch, 5.8-liter Hemi V8 and a three-speed automatic transmission, this 1956 Chrysler 300B is one of the most attractive cars made during the Jet Age. The 1956 Chrysler 300B was visually similar to the 1955 C-300, but the 300B received a new tailfin design and...
By Rahul Raman Mar 25, 2019

This 1973 Jeep Commando Is A Must-Have For Any Jeep Enthusiast

This 1973 Jeep Commando has undergone a complete body-off restoration, and with just 18,293 miles on the odometer, still has a long life ahead of it Kaiser Jeep first produced the Jeepster Commando in 1966 as a direct competitor to the Ford Bronco, International Scout, and the Toyota Land Cruis...
By Rahul Raman Mar 25, 2019

Jay Leno Drives The Iconic Ferrari 288 GTO

This homologation special is something of a unicorn for Ferrari collectors – with just 272 examples ever made Famed Ferrari Collector David Lee has a mighty impressive garage of red cars. Highlights include an F40, F50, LaFerrari, and a Formula 1 car from one of the Prancing Horse’s most success...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 25, 2019

Is The Citroen DS The Most Innovative Car Ever Built

This 1974 Citroen DS23 Safari is one of the rarest models but also demonstrates more innovation than possibly any other car of the twentieth century Widely regarded as a technological marvel, Citroen's DS model range was arguably the greatest saloon to emerge from the 1950s. In some ways, it's s...
By Max Holder Mar 25, 2019

Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato To Accompany DB4 Zagato Recreations

Every DB4 Zagato reaction comes with a matching Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato. The pair forms the DBZ Centenary Collection The Aston Martin DB4 Zagato is an Aston Martin legend, with the design highlighted as one of the most beautiful cars the British marque has ever made. Today they change hands f...
By Tyler Heatley Mar 25, 2019

Cloudy With A Chance Of Patina? This Chevy 3100 Ticks The Boxes

This 1954 Advanced Design Chevrolet is rarer than you might think, and despite some upgrades remains largely original If patina is your idea of ecstasy then what we have here might be right what you need for your weekly trip to Target. During the fifties pickups became all the rage. The trends ...
By Max Holder Mar 23, 2019

Surely The 300SL Is Definitively The World’s First Supercar

As a car born from racing pedigree, the 1954 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing has surely trumps the Miura as the first supercar? After the Second World War, industrial complexes across Germany were wiped out from allied forces. With such destruction over the engineering hubs of the country, it seemed fut...
By Max Holder Mar 23, 2019

Jim Street's Golden Sahara II: The Full Story

After five decades in hiding, a particularly special 1950s custom car known as the Golden Sahara has emerged... The very words ‘Golden Sahara’ conjure up images of an exotic desert landscape, far beyond what most of us take as our day-to-day normal. The Sahara’s topography excites the senses wi...
By Gillian Carmoodie Mar 22, 2019
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