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This Restored Lincoln Continental Cabriolet Is Perfect For Summer

Heading to the GAA auction in July, this classic was previously the star of a museum. Sun in the sky, open highway, and the wind in your hair. Yes, it’s almost convertible season! And what better way to enjoy an alfresco road trip than in an American classic? The first generation Lincoln Contine...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 23, 2019

The Bugatti That Never Was: Bugatti 16C Galibier

The twin-supercharged Galibier was to be the second model in Bugatti's range, alongside the record breaking Veyron. Today the world seems obsessed with high-riding performance SUVs, with even the most diehard supercar manufacturers turning to the more opulent form factor. Lamborghini and Porsche...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 23, 2019

Join The High Ranks Of Society With A Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith

This beautiful 1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith is far more regal than any modern luxury car For over 100 years Rolls-Royce has been the automotive benchmark for luxury, refinement, and quality. In fact, the phrase ‘the Rolls-Royce of…’ is common parlance when talking about something of the finest...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 19, 2019

This 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Restomod Is A Showstopper

Enhanced and ready for a new home, this 300-mile restomod is an exercise in tasteful modification Restomod cars are a great way for their creators to take an existing classic and really build something unique. While the world is filling up with restored examples of various models, these automoti...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 18, 2019

Midweek Bargain: Immaculate 1977 Mercedes 450SL For Only $12k

The market for unmolested Mercedes-Benz R107 SLs is currently red hot. Here's an spotless 450SL V8 for only $12k. Bargain! Contemporary Mercedes-Benz offerings are strangely devoid of the marque’s celebrated vagabond grace, a merit heavily embedded within Stuttgart’s heritage models. Draped wit...
By Calum Brown Apr 10, 2019

This 1969 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Is Old Money On Wheels

With just 25,220 miles on the odometer, this 1969 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow is waiting for a new owner who will enjoy driving it for many years. During the combined 15-year production run, Rolls-Royce manufactured a total of 30,057 Silver Shadows at its plant in Crewe, England. While in product...
By Rahul Raman Apr 09, 2019

20 Years Of James Bond's BMW Z8

Hardcore 007 fans questioned BMWs involvement in the franchise, but the Z8 won them over two decades ago today James Bond. He needs no introduction. As the world’s most refined fictional secret agent, 007 remains famous for exercising his licence to kill in the name of Queen, country, and the od...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 09, 2019

This Stylish Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Is A 1950s Classic

Restored and looking as fresh as it did in 1958, this Eldorado Biarritz is heading to auction 1950s America was an automotive powerhouse, producing some of the most iconic, revolutionary, and glamorous machines to grace the highways. The flourishing economy of the period spurred manufacturers on...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 08, 2019

1991 Mercedes-Benz 500 E Owned By Rowan Atkinson Is Auction Bound

After purchasing this car new in 1991, Atkinson sold it in 1995 and repurchased the sedan in 2017. On May 25 at Classic Car Auctions, Rowan will be selling this Benz for the second time. Mercedes-Benz launched the high-performance variant of the W124 E-Class, the 500 E, in 1990 and manufactured ...
By Rahul Raman Apr 08, 2019

The Super SUV That Arrived A Decade Too Early: Spyker D12

The Spyker D12 Peking To Paris Concept car was ahead of its time, ultimately costing its success. The notion of high performance SUVs is something we are all familiar with today. Just about everyone and their mother is building a premium high-riding car in a bid to cash-in on the booming fashion...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 06, 2019

Was This The Car That Steered Aston Martin To Success?

This exquisite DB2/4 Saloon features a stunning color combination along with a racing history As the spiritual successor to the original David Brown Aston Martin, the DB2/4 was the third car to wear the now synonymous David Brown name plate. In 1947 the company had fallen from prosperity, in pa...
By Max Holder Apr 05, 2019

Cruise In Style With This 2017 Ferrari 488 Spider Novitec N-Largo

A total of 11 Berlinettas and 11 Spiders with the N-Largo package will be produced for global consumption. On top of that, only two Berlinettas and two Spiders with N-Largo package are coming to the United States. Ferrari launched the 488 GTB (Type F142M) in 2015 as an update to the 458 Italia....
By Rahul Raman Apr 05, 2019

You'll Never Guess How Many Miles This Mercedes Has Covered

This pristine Mercedes-Benz 220 has clocked over 449,000 miles, most of that with its owner of 54 years. Some classic vehicles live their lives as garage queens, never seeing the light of day in fear of getting dusty. While impressive specimens in their preserved state, museum pieces are far mor...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 05, 2019

This Ex-Top Gear Host's Aston Martin DB5 Is Also On A Stamp

Chris Evans' old Aston Martin DB5 is heading to auction, but that's not the only claim to fame this car has Stamp collecting may seem like an ancient pastime in today’s technological world, but there are now more collectable postage marks available than ever before. One set that peaked our inter...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 03, 2019

1956 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible Is A Perfect Summer Crusier

This Sonic Blue 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz with a two-tone white on blue interior and white convertible top is the ultimate boulevard cruiser during summer and a well-designed beauty penned by Harley Earl. 1956 was the final year of production for the second-generation Cadillac Eldorado wh...
By Rahul Raman Apr 03, 2019

Bentley Boys VS The Blue Train: The Impossible Race

In 1930 Bentley Boy Woolf Barnato wagered that he could beat the famous Blue Train across France in his Bentley Speed Six. The backbone of Bentley’s legend is forged from the stories of the ‘Bentley Boys’. These wealthy, but daring gentleman racers saw success in motorsport and served to be the ...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 02, 2019
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