The Most Expensive Ferrari in the World (2022)
Ferrari ownership is an entry into an exclusive club, but not all Ferraris are treated the same. Some of those Ferraris enjoy a status that exceeds the realm of exclusivity. Here’s a list of the priciest and most exclusive cars wearing the iconic prancing horse.
Alfa Romeo FNM Onca: The Italian Ford Mustang You Did Not Know About
Usually, cars have little to do with the military, but the obscure coupe, known as the 1966 Alfa Romeo FNM Onca is a bit different. In addition to being one of the most obscure and out-of-character cars, wearing the Alfa Romeo badge, the FNM Onca has an interesting story behind it.
This 1970 Plymouth Superbird 440 Six-Pack Is a Homologation Special Worth Checking Out
The classic car market is at an all-time height and some truly amazing vehicles come up for sale. It seems time is still being kind to the 1960s and 1970s Muscle cars, and this 1970, EV2 Hemi orange Plymouth Superbird is the perfect example as it is, to this day, one of the most sought-after Muscle cars, and harkens back to classic NASCAR racers.
1969 Dodge Charger CAPTIV by Ring Brothers
Dodge Charger is one of the most coveted muscle cars ever made. Like other iconic muscle cars, the mighty MOPAR has been immortalized in cinema, with movies like “Bullit”, “Deathproof”, “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry”, and many others. But there’s another way of immortalizing an automotive icon – by reimagining it. When it comes to that, the Ringbrothers are masters at building restomods, and they just came up with a one-off, 1969 Dodge Charger that they built for a special client.
Would You Pay Six-Figures For A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTE With A Chevrolet LT1 Engine?
When launched back in 1962, the 250 GTE was powered by a 3.0-liter V-12 engine that delivered a total of 237 horsepower and 193 pound-feet of torque. At launch, the car was priced at $12,600, and right now, at auction, you can find them selling for as much as $400,000.
But what happens when you swap the V-12 engine, and go for a Chevrolet LT1 V-8 engine? A 250 GTE powered by a V-8 engine is now listed on Bring a Trailer and the current bid is $125,000 - that’s what.
5 Cars That Can Make An Italian Feel Ashamed Of His Roots
Italian cars are best known for their beautiful styling and, sadly, being unreliable. However, with regards to both statements, this isn’t always the case, and despite some of the oldest European car brands being Italian, they have had their bad moments. YouTube channel, Number27 is giving us five examples of Italian cars that could make any Italian curse his/her roots.
Stunning 718 RSK and Selection of Significant Porsches Set to Headline Gooding & Company’s Return to Amelia Island
Amelia Island is one of the go-to spots for automotive exhibitions such as Concours d’Elegance, as well as various auctions for rare and classic vehicles. Following the rescheduled from March to May Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance 2021, Gooding & Company’s classic car auction has been rescheduled for March 4th, 2022. Moreover, Gooding and Company auction will return with a bang, as it brings a stunning array of iconic Porsche models, among which a 1959 Porsche 718 RSK, which is expected to be the main attraction, at the auction.
This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette Has Been Restored In a Very Rare Color
Classic Corvettes are, undeniably, a desirable piece of American automotive history. The C1 Corvette, in particular, is where it all started and while early examples left a lot to be desired, especially in the performance department, later C1 examples, like this fully restored, 1960 example are truly remarkable. Moreover, this one is finished in the rare Cascade Green and recently changed hands, for a pretty penny.
Why Was The 1936 Ford One Of The Best Cars Of Its Time?
When we talk about classic American cars, the Muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s are probably the first to come to mind. However, even before their time, there were other cars worthy of recognition, and YouTube channel, Elliot Alvis takes us on a tour of one – a 1936 Ford – in order to explain why it’s one of the best cars of its time.
This Vintage Tour Of San Francisco Is Like a Drive Down Memory Lane
San Francisco is one of the most distinctive places, at least to anyone who isn’t native to the US, or the state of California. While the city, with its up/downhill streets, is a favorite location for many iconic movies – “Bullit”, “Dirty Harry”, “Escape from Alcatraz”, and others – which we know and love, it’s another thing to see footage from the city’s dynamics, on street level. If you are one of the people who lived the 1950s and 1960s San Francisco life, the following footage would take you down memory lane.
11 Cool Cars You Will Be Able To Import To The US, In 2022
Those looking to import a car into the US are probably familiar with the 25-year rule, according to which, a car that wasn’t originally sold on the US market needs to be 25 years or older, in order for it to be legally imported and driven. To be more precise, the VIN number of the vehicles needs to be 25 years old, so if a car was produced in September 1997, you will need to wait until September 2022, in order to legally import it. With this in mind, here are 10 awesome cars that will be eligible for import, in 2022.
This 1988 BMW E24 M6 Is An Awesome Attainable Classic
We love scouting attainable classic cars and this one is the latest to grab our attention – a 1988 BMW M635CSi, which in North America is simply known as the M6. The E24 generation, often called “the shark nose” can easily be considered one of the most iconic BMW models ever made. It also shared an engine (sort of) with the mid-engine BMW M1 (E26). With this in mind, the website colelctingcars.com has a very interesting listing of a 1988 BMW M6, which we think is worth the look.
Cadillac NART Zagato Is The Italian Cadillac You Did Not Know About
When talking about 1970s American cars, you probably think of performance-choked V-8 engines that were a shadow of their former selves, from the Muscle car era. You probably don’t think of coach-built Cadillacs with an Italian connection, but the 1970 Cadillac NART Zagato is exactly that and this is what we know about it.
Porsche 911 GT3 Touring Makes a Strong Case For Manual Cars At The Autobahn
The Porsche 911 GT3 is the ultimate, normally-aspirated 911 and the YouTube channel AutoTopNL recently got its hands on a 992 GT3 Touring – the more street-oriented, “less shouty” version of the normally-aspirated track weapon, without the crazy aero. And while race tracks are the home of the GT3, here, we see how capable the wingless version is, on the Autobahn. Is the “purest 911” capable enough, in the age of turbocharged performance cars?
This Toyota Supra Is The Perfect Mix Between Mad Max and Cyberpunk 2077
Toyota 1JZ vs 2JZ - Which Engine is Better?Games, set up in the dystopian future give room for some incredible designs. More often than not, they serve as inspiration to digital designers to create some truly epic stuff, based on existing models. This is exactly the case with this rendering of a Toyota A70 Supra, done by Dom Höst, also known as altered_intent, and vaguely resembles its former self.