Showing posts in the category of Classics

Would You Buy This Manual 1988 BMW 535is For $7k?


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If you are looking for a vintage BMW, then this 1988 535is might do the trick for you.

This Guy Really Loves His Chevy Impalas; Keeps At Least Two


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Don Rogers is a self-taught classic Chevy Impala specialist, having restored and sold them on over the years. He says he can easily disassemble and then reassemble one by himself.

Restomodded ’54 DeSoto Powermaster Wagon Is So Cool It Physically Hurts


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For those of you who haven’t heard about ICON’s Derelict creations, this is restomodding at its finest.

This Watch Was Styled To Look Like Jaguar E-Type Gauges


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Aside from completing the originally planned production run for the E-Type Lightweight, Jaguar also partnered up with watch makers Bremont to release this pretty time piece you see here.

Close Call For Ken Block And Lord March At Goodwood FoS


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This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed was a real treat for spectators, with cars as diverse as ever going up the famous hill.

Another Take On Redesigning Classic Renault 4 – The ReFour


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Renaults just seem to work as retro-revival design projects: the latest Twingo and Alpine are proof of that, but nobody seems to want to re-imagine the bubbly 4 as a modern car.

This Mad, One-Of-A-Kind Ferrari Has A 750 HP Twin-Turbo V12


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If you fancy driving a concept-like Ferrari from the 90s and you want it to go as fast as it looks, then the Testa D’Oro Colani is for you… If you have around $1.7 / €1.52 million that you can spare, that is.

This Cool Diesel 80s Mercedes Doesn’t Need To Be Fast To Have Fun


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There is just something about old Benzes that make them better as the years pass by.

Alpina Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary


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It all started with the dual Webber carburetor and the BMW 1500.

Jay Leno Pretends He’s A Statesman In 1952 Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaeton


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Only three Chrysler Imperial Parade Phaetons were produced in 1952 by the Chrysler Corporation for use as ceremonial vehicles for US Presidents in New York, Detroit and Los Angeles.

Prestigious Porsche 956 Group C Prototype To Go Under The Hammer


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Are you in the market for buying a “used car”? Have you ever thought of owning a Group C prototype?

Singer Teases 390HP Classic Porsche 911 Targa Ahead Of Goodwood Debut


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Well known for its restomodded classic Porsche 911s, California-based Singer Vehicle Design has been invited to the Goodwood Festival of Speed for the first time.

Citroen Could Pull Off A Mehari Revival, Says Report


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The new Citroen C4 Cactus is proof that the French automaker, despite losing some identity and quirkiness over the years, is still capable of churning out interesting and funky designs.

Timeless Mercedes 280SL Pagoda Is A Rolling Testament Of Perfection


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When it comes to class, few things can stand next to a 1960s Mercedes, especially in the case of a Pagoda as is the nickname for the W113 series.

You Won't Believe How Much US Seller Is Asking For Rare Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 EVO 2


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The EVO 2 version of the 190E Mercedes – Benz is a very rare beast. So rare, in fact, that finding one for sale is quite the challenge.

Vote For Your Favorite BMW 7-Series Generation


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Along with the usual release detailing the all-new 2016 7-Series, BMW has also dropped some videos and photos of the previous generation models.

Nissan Stagea R34 GT-R Wagon Will Make You The Coolest Kid On The Block


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You know what the best thing about this car is? It's listed for sale on eBay right here in the United States, and specifically, in Illinois.

So Much Want: 2002 Acura NSX T With Only 7.5k Miles


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Japanese sports and super-cars have come and gone over the past three decades but none has managed to remain quite as popular as the Honda or Acura-branded NSX. Okay, we'll put an asterisk on Mazda's MX-5 series, but that's an entry level, back-to-basics roadster.

Watch Tesla Model S P85D Try Its Best Against Drag-Ready American Muscle


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Oh, those sneaky Tesla Model S P85D owners sure know how to turn things in their favor.

Rare Slantnose 1988 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet With Under 14k Miles


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One of the most interesting options offered on Porsche's classic 930-series 911 Turbo under the brand's "Sonderwunschprogramm" or special order program beginning in 1981 was the "Flachbau" or "Slantnose" styling package.