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This 1980 Talbot Lotus Sunbeam is Virtualy Brand New


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This is your chance to own not only a pioneer of the hot hatch segment , the 1980 Talbot Lotus Sunbeam, but also a new car.

Yikes! Fiat's New 500L Absolutely Dwarfs the Original 500!


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Need more proof that Fiat's 500 nameplate has kind of lost its meaning over the years?

Stock-Looking 1975 Ford Bronco for Sale in Washington


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There’s just something deeply endearing and almost cute about the way the first-gen Ford Bronco looks, especially if it’s not jacked up on silly suspension stilts and off-road rims.

This example looks like it came out of the factory gates in 1975, and while not completely stock, it does a great job of looking like it.

The DeLorean DMC-12 Story Retold by XCar


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If you don’t know the entire backstory behind the ride from Back to the Future, then this XCar video will fill all of your knowledge voids.

The DeLorean DMC-12 is a car that was never really finished, despite having a brilliant engineer and entrepreneur behind it.

Take a Look at the Mercedes-Benz 600 Jack Nicholson Owned


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All Mercedes-Benz 600s are special, and many were owned by extremely important people. And then there are the 600s that are famous, like this one.

Jaguar Will Let People Drive its Classic Cars in the UK


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How would you like to drive a Le Mans-winning Jaguar D-type, or the legendary Jaguar E-type?

Am I The Only One Who Likes a Wimbledon Green Shade Porsche 928 GTS?


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Everyone has different color preferences on cars, though, to be fair, you can't really go wrong with any basic shade of black, grey and white, which is why you always see these colors on all dealer lots.

1979 Honda Accord CVCC is a an eBay Time Traveler


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Care for an all-original 1979 Honda Accord hatchback with just 34,000 miles on the odometer? If so, there's one for sale on eBay right now.

"Harry's Garage" Series of Videos Kicks Off with 1954 Land Rover Series 1


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You may know that EVO magazine founder Harry Metcalfe has been working as Executive Advisor of Special Operations at Jaguar Land Rover since 2013.

Jay Leno Tries Out The Very First Meyers Manx Dune Buggy


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While the dune buggy was not originally Bruce Meyers’ idea, it was him who decided that it would be wise to use (cheap and plentiful) VW Beetle parts and a fiberglass shell. Amusingly, it was specifically designed to look like a caricature, a spoof…

This Guy Covered The Distance From Earth to Moon and Back with a 1988 Mercedes G-Class


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When we hear the words Mercedes-Benz and bulletproof-reliability in the same sentence, two cars come in mind: the W124 E-Class and the classic G-Class.

What 77-year-old Gunther Holtorf and his now-deceased wife Christine achieved over the past 26 years, prove that point for the latter.

1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale Is a Badass Racer


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While Italy had the Mille Miglia and Targa Florio, between 1950 and 1954 Mexico had La Carrera Panamericana, one of the world’s most spectacular and dangerous races held on public roads.

200MPH or 322KM/H 1932 Ford Hot Rod Has a Great Story Behind it


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While hot rods aren’t necessarily the most collectable of cars, since they’re not original and their real value is questionable, this 1932 Ford has substance.

Mercedes’ Indestructible W124 Turns 30 This Year


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Launched in November 1984, the Mercedes-Benz W124, the model that inaugurated the E-Class moniker in 1993, is nearing its 30th anniversary, a fact that many cars from this series appear to ignore.

How Dino Paved the Way for the Modern Ferrari 458


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Ferrari, at its core and early on in its history, was not by any means a road car manufacturer. It’s common knowledge that Enzo decided to start making road cars so as to fund his racing, and then things took off when the cars he built gained notoriety.

BMW's First M5 E28 Meets Latest M5 F10 for a Walkaround


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Nearly thirty years separate BMW's first M5-badged car of the E28 generation built from 1985 to 1988 and its latest F10 M5 available since 2011.

Aussie 1972 Ford Fairmont XA Coupe for $75k is a Tough Sale


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Australian fans of the Valiant Charger and Holden Monaro may disagree, but for the rest of the world, Ford's 1970s Falcon and its derivatives is the most well-known two-door muscle car from Down Under. That's mostly because of its role in the Mad Max franchise.

Jay Leno Takes His Stunning 1972 Mercedes-Benz 600 for a Drive


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The simple fact that such a prolific car collector like Jay Leno describes the Mercedes-Benz 600 as his favorite car speaks volumes about the car.

Man Behind the Original VW Beach Buggy Explains his Creation


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The VW-based dune/beach buggy concept could not have come from anywhere else but California. The original idea came to Bruce Meyers in the early 1960s, and by 1965 he had already hand-built 12 prototypes in his shop – he was formerly a boat builder with a background as an engineer and artist, and he admits that he “spent a lot of time in school.”

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.