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The Raw V-12 Soundtrack Of This 1964 Ferrari 250 GTO Will Send Goosebumps Down Your Spine

The Raw V-12 Soundtrack Of This 1964 Ferrari 250 GTO Will Send Goosebumps Down Your Spine

Watch as this 1 of 36 Ferrari 250 GTO gets driven at the limit for 10 minutes, in an epic display of driving skills and V-12 soundtrack

Goodwood is one of the very few places where highly-exclusive, classic vehicles can be seen, driven on their limits. When it comes to special cars, few can match the presence of a 1964 Ferrari 250 GTO. The Ferrari 250 GTO is one of the rarest and most expensive, high-performance vehicles, which is why seeing one being raced is a rare occurance.

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All You Need To Know About The Ford Model T - America's First Mass-produced Automobile

All You Need To Know About The Ford Model T - America’s First Mass-produced Automobile

The Ford Model T is the first mass-produced automobile in history, and here’s everything you need to know about this American icon

While not the first American automobile, the Ford Model T is the first mass-produced American automobile. The Model T Ford was the creation of industrialist and businessman, Henry Ford, who also founded Ford Motor Company, in 1903, and this is everything you need to know about it.

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2022 Datsun 240Z "The Lion's Rock Commission" By MZR Roadsports

2022 Datsun 240Z "The Lion’s Rock Commission" By MZR Roadsports

MZR Roadsports does for the Datsun 240Z what Singer does for the Porsche 911. Meet the perfect Datsun 240Z

It’s always nice when there is a company, specializing in restoring and reimagining a certain model. In this case, it’s the team from MZR Roadsports, and their choice of car is the Datsun 240Z – a Japanese icon with a global fan base. What the U.K.-based outfit is doing can best be described as a classic car with a modern twist. It’s safe to say, MZR Roadsports is for Datsun 240Z, what Singer is for Porsche 911, and this is the company’s take on what the perfect 240Z should be.

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This Drag Race Between a 1974 Chevrolet Corvette And a 1976 Pontiac Firebird Formula Will Make You Sad About 1970s American Motoring

This Drag Race Between a 1974 Chevrolet Corvette And a 1976 Pontiac Firebird Formula Will Make You Sad About 1970s American Motoring

Two mid-1970s American icons have a drag race. Prepare to mourn the death of classic muscle cars as both vehicles take ages to go down the quarter-mile

We can all agree that muscle cars are one of the best things America has given to the world. However, it all went downhill after 1971 thanks to the fuel crisis. Carmakers were forced to de-tune their previously exciting vehicles, spawning a variety of fast-looking cars with a lackluster performance at best. Despite making next to no power, you could still drag race the cars, which is why Cars and Zebras has provided us with this drag race between a 1974 Corvette 350 and a 1976 Pontiac Firebird Formula.

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Here's How Nissan's Variable Compression Technology Combines The Best Of Gasoline And Diesel Engines

Here’s How Nissan’s Variable Compression Technology Combines The Best Of Gasoline And Diesel Engines

The best of two worlds - Here’s how Nissan’s variable compression engine works

Car manufacturers are hard at work, coming up with more efficient powertrains. While electrification seems to be the focal point, there are plenty of companies still developing ways to make the internal combustion engine more efficient. Nissan is among these companies, with its variable compression technology, said to combine the best from gasoline and diesel engines. Here’s how it works and how it’s different from Mazda’s SKYACTIV engines.

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1965 Shelby Carbon Cobra To Commemorate Six Decades Of An American Icon

1965 Shelby Carbon Cobra To Commemorate Six Decades Of An American Icon

Priced at a cool $1.2 Million, Classic Recreations will only produce 10 examples of the ’Diamond Edition’

Classic Recreations has come up with an 800-horsepower Shelby Cobra in full carbon attire for Shelby American’s 60th birthday. Only ten examples of the 800-horsepower two-seater will be produced. Each of these track-only cars will set you back a whopping $1.2 million.

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Ford Celebrates 100 Years Of Lincoln

Ford Celebrates 100 Years Of Lincoln

On February 4, 1922, Henry Ford acquired Lincoln Motor Company; and this month, Ford celebrates a full century since acquiring Lincoln

Ford Motor Company can easily be described as one of the most influential car manufacturers, in the world, with plenty of highlights. Amon Ford’s highlights are the Ford Model T, Flathead V-8, and Ford Mustang. However, one of Henry Ford’s personal milestones was acquiring the Lincoln brand and turning it into Ford’s luxury arm. This happened exactly 100 years ago, which is why Ford celebrates a century of Lincoln.

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Skoda 1100 OHC Coupe 1959

Skoda 1100 OHC Coupe 1959

Skoda celebrates 120 years of Motorsports by restoring its rarest racing model from 1959

It is largely believed that most car companies have moved away from tradition and have focused on mass production. This is even truer in these times of mass electrification, which is why it is good to see manufacturers working on preserving their past. Such is the case with the Czech manufacturer Skoda, which celebrates 120 years of Skoda Motorsport, by restoring an iconic racing model – the 1959 Skoda 1100 OHC Coupe.

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Most Beautiful Cars In The World

Most Beautiful Cars In The World

A tribute to the Italian Design Houses that set the stage for Automotive Design for generations to come

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, design and style is an extremely subjective affair. Now coming up with a list of the most beautiful cars in the world was a real challenge.

There are practically hundreds if not thousands of fantastic-looking automobiles to have come out over the past century, but the 25 examples that I’ve listed in this post sure are some of the very best ones out there. They mainly include cars conceived by the big five Italian styling houses from the early ’50s through the 80s.

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Pontiac Trans Am Turbo 20th Anniversary Edition Packs Buick GNX Power

Pontiac Trans Am Turbo 20th Anniversary Edition Packs Buick GNX Power

Pontiac’s best version of the Trans Am came in 1989, and it did not have a V-8

The most invariable aspect of a muscle car is the V-8 engine. You just can’t have a muscle car without a V-8. However, there are exceptions, albeit very few. You probably know of the Buick GNX, nicknamed “Darth Vader’s car”, which had a 3.8-liter turbocharged V-6, and, in 1987, was quicker than a Corvette. But, there was another car with the same engine – the 1989 Pontiac Trans Am 20th anniversary – and here’s what you need to know about it.

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Everything You Need to Know About Lamborghini Tractors

Everything You Need to Know About Lamborghini Tractors

There would be no Miura, Countach or Diablo if it wasn’t for a very different kind of Raging Bull

Now as gearheads, most of you probably already know about Automobili Lamborghini. But prior to producing sleek high-end land rockets, Ferruccio Lamborghini previously made something far more rudimentary, tractors, and he was really good at it. In fact, it was his immensely successful tractors business and that tête-à-tête with one signore Enzo, that gave him the means and led him to establish his automobile business.

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History Of The Ferrari Logo

History Of The Ferrari Logo

This is the story of the Prancing Horse and how it became a global icon

Ferrari, a name that invokes a feeling of passion, exhilaration, and beauty. In the Automotive world, the Ferrari Brand sits at the top of the food chain and has its value that can be measured in gold. The brand has a rich racing pedigree and a very strong heritage that dates back to over a hundred years, and the heart of every Ferrari that has ever existed lies the prancing horse. The Ferrari badge is by far one of the most recognizable logos in the world, but what is the story behind it? Well, that’s exactly what you’re about to find out.

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Retro JDM Comparison: Toyota Supra Vs Nissan 300ZX Vs Mazda RX-7

Retro JDM Comparison: Toyota Supra Vs Nissan 300ZX Vs Mazda RX-7

Three Japanese legends from the 1990s show us why they are some of the most desired Japanese sports cars, ever made

Japanese sports cars from the 1990s are some of the most recognized ones amongst the car culture. As described by Jeremy Clarkson, in a movie about the Nissan Skyline GT-R, Japan took over the world…and then lost it. While the latter is a topic for another time, what is true for the Skyline also goes for these three – the Toyota Supra, Nissan 300Z, and Mazda RX-7. Our colleagues from “EverydayDriver” - Todd Deeken and Paul Schmucker - take us on a spirited drive with these three JDM legends to determine the pros and cons of each and why they are so desired.

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Alfa Romeo X Bertone Montreal

Alfa Romeo X Bertone Montreal

The Alfa Romeo X Bertone is a bold concept, by an independent designer that shows an Alfa Romeo supercar needs to happen

Having a plethora of pixel artists that showcase their visions of future cars is tremendous. This is especially true for classic cars that need to have a modern-day successor. The 1970-1977 Alfa Romeo Montreal is one of those cars and recently, the YouTube channel, NewCarDesign has given us a rendering of what a new model could look like.

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This Reimagined 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Is a Family Heirloom With An Awesome History

This Reimagined 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Is a Family Heirloom With An Awesome History

Having classic Corvette nostalgia? This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette S/C lightweight is a one-off, home-built special with an amazing story behind it

The Chevrolet Corvette has established itself as the definitive American sports car. Eight generations later, the car’s legacy is running strong and we have been lucky enough to have gotten many cool versions of the “Vette”. But some people have their own version of the perfect Corvette and Richard Smith, who was a GM technician, went to great lengths to build his vision of the perfect 1968 Chevrolet Corvette. This is the story of a 1968 Corvette named “the Beast”.

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Racing Legend Bob Bondurant Passes Away At Age 88

Racing Legend Bob Bondurant Passes Away At Age 88

The American Racing Icon competed in several formats including F1 and his legacy in International Motorsports will live on forever

Bob Bondurant who left an indelible legacy in American and international motorsport, died last weekend on, Friday in Paradise Valley, Arizona, at the age of 88.

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Richard Hammond Finally Got To Take His Jaguar XK150 Project Car For A Spin

Richard Hammond Finally Got To Take His Jaguar XK150 Project Car For A Spin

The Former Top Gear Presenter was ecstatic with how the old Jag has tuned out. He goes over the car’s visual and mechanical changes

Richard Hammond takes us around his freshly restored Jaguar XK150, a car that had been in the works for the better part of a year now.

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 Lancia celebrates its 115-year history with the docufilm “Elegance on the move”

Lancia celebrates its 115-year history with the docufilm “Elegance on the move”

CEO Luca Napolitano gives us an insight into the Italian automakers rich history in rallying and association with the movies

Lancia has released a series of films, celebrating the brand’s 115-year-old history. In the third and final episode of the documentary series, dubbed "Elegance on the move”, the brand’s CEO, Luca Napolitano talks about two incredibly important chapters in Lancia’s glorious history, Rally Racing and Art.

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The Iconic Porsche 962 C Has Been Restored to its Original Condition

The Iconic Porsche 962 C Has Been Restored to its Original Condition

The 962 C played a pivotal role in the development of the PDK transmission and has been brought back to its former glory after 18 grueling months of work

Porsche has refurbished a very special 962 C. The car seen here is chassis #009, which was completely restored to its original state by the Heritage Department and the Porsche Museum over the course of 18 grueling months.

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