Showing posts in the category of Classics

Mint 1986 Audi 5000CS Avant for Sale in Ottawa


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Try saying no to this Audi 5000 CS Quattro Avant, from 1986. It’s got a 2.2-liter turbocharged engine, a manual gearbox, all-wheel drive, standard locking diffs and is reportedly extremely frugal.

Too Bad This 1989 BMW 325i M Tech Touring from Florida is RHD


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Isn't it funny / ironic that enthusiasts embrace wagons when mainstream consumers detest them in the States?

1967 Lancia Fulvia Sport Zagato Hits the Classic Spot


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The lesser known of the Lancia Fulvia family is the Sport 1,3 Zagato, a car built in proper series production numbers – quite atypical for a coach built coupe like this. It really is a special car that doesn’t need high horsepower or even the prettiest of styling to quell your craving for something classic.

Porsche's Secret 984 and 968 Roadster Concepts [w/Videos]


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For motoring enthusiasts, finding secret concept cars from the past is as exciting as the discovery of a new species is for scientists.

eBay Find: 1993 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 Sedan


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While Europeans are spoilt for choice when it comes to used Alfa Romeos, here in the upper side of North America, our options are mostly limited to rusted Spiders and beat up 164s.

The Joys of Owning and Living With a Classic Mini


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The classic Mini is still a relevant vehicle today. It may have rubber suspension and not be as good as a modern car in a crash, but it makes up for those with petite size, fun drive and undeniable character – it’s actually a practical car for two city dwellers with a hint of hipster.

Porsche Built a Miata Before Mazda Made the Miata, In Addition to Other Concepts


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What if Porsche had introduced a lightweight roadster in the '80s, before anyone was thinking of the Boxster and even before Mazda re-ignited the class with the MX-5 Miata? It could have actually happened.

US Marshals Auction Off $2.3 Million Worth Of Seized Muscle Cars


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An absolutely gorgeous collection of '60s and '70s American muscle cars went under the hammer Friday by order of the government – and did they ever get a ton of money for these things.

Upgraded 1968 Volvo 122 Amazon Coupe With Rebuilt Engine Yours for $7,500


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The Volvo 122 Amazon Coupe may not have looked anything too special back in its day, it was (and still is) saved by excellent proportions – it just looks ‘right’ from every angle.

Sons of Adam Opel, Including Nazi Party Member Wilhelm von Opel


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On Thursday, Opel announced that its upcoming budget city car will be named Karl after one of the sons of founder Adam Opel.

Only 68 of these 1956 Volvo Sport P1900 Were Ever Built


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Cars don’t look any more 1950s than this ’56 Volvo Sport P1900. It features an innovative (for its day) fiberglass body sitting atop a conventional steel chassis, and styling that is sure to warm even the chilliest of hearts, plus only 68 were ever built, so it’s cool because it’s rare.

Rare 1982 Jaguar XJS Lynx Eventer Up for Auction


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You’ll obviously recognize the Jaguar XJS coupe in the photos, except it’s not a Jaguar, it’s a Lynx Eventer – a shooting-brake version built under license by a small engineering company.

CR Looks Back at Half a Century of the Ford Mustang


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The Mustang nameplate has seen many highs an lows throughout its history, and it could even have faced extinction altogether, had Ford put it into production as a fwd car (that ultimately became the Probe coupe).

Consumer Reports takes a look back at the Mustang and tries to put the new model in context.

Gold-Plated Aston Martin 1:3 Scale Model Expected to Fetch at least £40,000 at Online Auction


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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Goldfinger, the first James Bond film to feature the Aston Martin DB5, Bond film creators have have commissioned a one-off gold-plated third scale replica.

REGULAR CAR REVIEWS' EAR-BASHING TAKE ON BMW 318i E30


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WE'RE SHOUTING IN WRITING TO WARN YOU ABOUT THE YELLING TAKING PLACE IN THE FOLLOWING VIDEO REVIEW FOR THE FIRST 30 SECONDS.

Poll: Which is the Prettiest Mazda MX-5 of All?


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There's plenty of chatter around the web about Mazda and their design approach on the new 2016 MX-5 roadster, with some loving it, others feeling its nothing special and some simply waiting for a better look to make up their minds.

Remembering Opel's Calibra Coupe as it Turns 25 Years Old


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Time really flies by, whether you’re having fun or not – can you believe that it’s 25 years since the Opel Calibra debuted at the 1989 Frankfurt Auto Show?

1973 Land Rover Series III Can Go over Everything


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The Land Rover Series III is the predecessor of today’s Defender, as anyone could tell just by taking a look at its almost unchanged shape. Built between 1971 and 1985, the Series III was one of the most rugged off-roaders of its time.

Take a Walk Through the 2014 Salon Prive in 293 Photos


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Dozens of exotic and rare vehicles converged at the Syon Park estate in West London for the UK's most exclusive luxury and supercar show, the Salon Privé 2014, which runs from September 3 to 5.

Ian Callum's Restomod Jaguar Mark 2 to Enter Production, But You Probably Can't Afford It


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"Why do the things we love have to cost so much?" is the question you'll be asking yourself upon learning that the Ian Callum-redesigned Jaguar Mark 2 will be produced. That's because the restomod Jaguar MkII will cost between £350,000 and £375,000 or $575,200 to $616,300 / €441,700 to €473,300.