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While the entire world was busy watching the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, on the other side of the globe - in Florida - the 2013 Amelia Island Concours was being held. The 18th edition of the show celebrated the 50th anniversary of models like Ford GT40, Porsche 911, Corvette Sting Ray and company Lamborghini.

There were more than 300 cars presented at the show and, as usual, the jury had to choose the Best of Show and Best of Show Sport. Best in Show was selected was a 1936 Duesenberg SJN owned by Helen and Jack Nethercutt of the Nethercutt Collection. The SJN features a convertible coupe body and is powered by a straight-eight engine that delivers a total of 420 horsepower.

Best of Show Concours de Sport was a model celebrating its 50th anniversary: the Ford GT40 . The car is owned by the Rocky Mountain Auto Collection and has a pretty impressive history, as it scored numerous winnings for the Gulf Oil / J.W. Automotive Engineering team and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in both 1968 and 1969.

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  • Another astonishing automobile waiting to be sold at the 36th annual Barrett-Jackson Auction – 1930 Duesenberg Model J.AutoChannel

  • Minor makeovers for one of the most luxurious off-roaders – The Range Rover. AutoExpress

  • Racing legend Roger Penske is making efforts to bring back Detroit Grand Prix. AutoWeek

  • Battle between Ford and GMC. DetNews

  • Millionaire Kirk Kerkorian making sending GMC in his direction DetNews

  • The deal between DaimlerChrysler and China’s Chery Automobile is getting closed to be signed. AutoChannel

  • American Le Mans Series (ALMS) moving to Long Beach, Detroit in 2007. FastMachines

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