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James Bond DB5 With Functional Q Gadgetry Hammers for $6.4 mil...

Outpacing pre-auction estimates that ranged from $4 million to $6 million RM Auctions kicked off its Monterey Car Week festivities in the classiest of ways with an "Evening of Aston Martin" event, and headlining this single-make auction was a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 that sold for an astounding $6....
By Jeffrey N. Ross Aug 16, 2019

1939 Buick 8 Is The Epitome Of Class

A car full of simplistic luxury. Silverstone Motorcars is excited to bring you this classy 1939 Buick 8 Coupe. Back in the late 1930s, Buicks were insanely popular. Gazing upon this fine example, it’s not hard to see why with its perfect paint and sleek body lines. Located in Canada, this car ca...
By Amie Williams Aug 16, 2019

Recently Discovered Elvis Presley Family Limo Up For Auction

Ride like The King in this stretched Lincoln. Elvis Presley led a very public life with a collection of cars that was well documented, so it's hard to think that one of his former cars could have been forgotten about for almost 40 years. But that's exactly what happened with the 1967 Lincoln Con...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Aug 15, 2019

Coolest Cars For Sale Under $15K On Motorious This Week

While we often cover all sorts of beautiful, unique, and dream-worthy vehicles here at Motorious, sometimes they simply aren’t feasible to consider for a purchase. However, the marketplace has a wide selection of vehicles that are reasonably priced. All of these sub-$15,000 vehicles are conversat...
By Michelle Marus Aug 15, 2019

This 1928 Cadillac Was Once Owned By Al Capone

Once heavily armored, this car belonged to the world's most famous American gangster. For sale through Clasiq is this 1928 Cadillac 431A Series once owned by American gangster, Al Capone. Harry LeBreque first purchased the car in May of 1933 from Patrick Moore. Moore passed away and his survivin...
By Amie Williams Aug 14, 2019

Own This Near-Perfect 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Coupe

This pristine Caddy is ready to be driven, shown, and judged. What you see here is an absolutely stunning 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Coupe in excellent condition both inside and out. This car is on consignment with Classic Car Investments from a private collector in town who is reducing ca...
By Michelle Marus Aug 14, 2019

1928 Packard 533 Runabout Gets Award-Winning Restoration

Dressed in a brilliant black finish with red accents throughout. Classic Car Club of America is pleased to offer this stunning 1928 Packard 533 Runabout for your consideration. The Packard’s timeless appeal is further accented by a brilliant black finish that shines at all angles and hugs every...
By Michelle Marus Aug 14, 2019

Ride In True Luxury With A Custom 1939 Cadillac Model 75 Limou...

The finest details and groundbreaking amenities all rolled into one vehicle. Cars have come a long way in the past century. Still, it’s impressive to see the amount of luxurious appointments and finely-crafted details included in this 1939 Cadillac Model 75 Limousine. Making it even more intere...
By Steven Symes Aug 13, 2019

Classic 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air Stuns In A Glossy Red Coat

It’s been treated to just the right level of customization. Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this excellent 1965 Chevrolet Bel Air for sale. For the 1965 model year, the Bel Air was new from the frame down to its entire body, which included curved side glass for the first time. What’s...
By Michelle Marus Aug 13, 2019

Maroon 1934 Chevrolet 3-Window Coupe Is Elegantly Aggressive

This stunning classic is expertly built for both show and go. This 1934 Chevrolet 3-Window Coupe is the best of both worlds; it’s elegant and aggressive. It’s the type of classic that’s been expertly built for in terms of form and function. It is bound to impress and win some trophies at your l...
By Michelle Marus Aug 13, 2019

1964 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-Door Sedan Is A Beautiful Cruiser

Dressed in a stunning white and aqua color combination. Why be like everybody else when you can make a statement all on your own? That’s why Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this stunning 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne two-door sedan for your consideration. It’s a clean, classic, and somewha...
By Michelle Marus Aug 13, 2019

Survivor-Grade 1950 Buick Super Riviera Is Minty Fresh

It’s got that ‘50s styling and classic single-stage color look. Take a moment and answer this question: when was the last time you spotted a 1950 Buick Super Riviera? It likely wasn’t today and probably not yesterday either; it may not have even been at the last local car show you attended. Wel...
By Michelle Marus Aug 12, 2019

Porsche 911 Turbo Said To Have Been Mario Andretti's Heads To ...

This stunning 1985 Porsche 935 has 500-horsepower on tap and a lightweight body, making it one heck of a driver's car Mario Andretti is a name synonymous with high performance vehicles and a passion for driving. The fact that this beautiful blue turbocharged Porsche is branded as 'Built for Mari...
By Elizabeth Puckett Aug 09, 2019

Mulliner Re-Creates The Fundamental 1939 Bentley Corniche

Eighty years after the sole example was destroyed in a bombing raid in France. If you’re ever feeling unlucky, just know that the 1939 Bentley Corniche can relate. But now the car is rising from the ashes all thanks to Mulliner, Bentley’s in-house bespoke division. The ground-breaking Corniche ...
By Michelle Marus Aug 08, 2019

Stealthy Black 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Is Fin-Tastic

Only 710 units of this vehicle have been produced. In the automotive world, 1950s styling consisted of large fins and chic body lines. No car exemplified the height of this trend better than the 1959 Cadillac Series 75 with its massive fins and twin bullet taillights that were impossible to ig...
By Michelle Marus Aug 08, 2019

1967 Chevrolet Nova Super Sport Impresses From All Angles

It’s not hard to see that this Chevy Nova has got it going on. The 1960s Chevy II/Nova was one of the brand’s best-selling models and for good reason. Despite being sold as a compact car, people were buying them for performance reasons too. It didn’t take GM long to figure out that putting thei...
By Michelle Marus Aug 07, 2019
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