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14k-Mile 1977 Maserati Merak SS

14k-Mile 1977 Maserati Merak SS

This 1977 Maserati Merak SS is said to have only 14,149 original miles and to have been in storage for more than 20 years. Said to run well and be in very good shape, there’s unfortunately not a lot of other info in the seller’s description. Based on photos, though, the car seems to be [...]

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STREET RACER: A 930 TURBO REDEFINED

STREET RACER: A 930 TURBO REDEFINED

Having the time and money to see a project through to completion is one thing, but it’s the vision behind it – whether it be set in stone from the very outset, or evolved during the build – that more than often sets good cars apart from truly great cars. Krister ‘Sibbe’ Svahn’s 1980 Porsche 930 [...]

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Matching-Number 1963 Porsche 356B S Driver

Matching-Number 1963 Porsche 356B S Driver

This 1963 Porsche 356B S coupe is claimed to be a matching-numbers example that is the subject of an aging 80′s restoration. Said to be clean, it has an ivory and black interior and looks to be riding on Empi-style 5-spoke wheels. There’s no mention of corrosion outside of a reference to the floors being [...]

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1970 Alfa Romeo 1300 Junior Zagato

1970 Alfa Romeo 1300 Junior Zagato

This 1970 Alfa Romeo 1300 Junior Zagato is offered in an attractive light yellow that we have never seen on this body style before. The 6-spoke alloys are nicely matched and we like the selling dealer for their not-crazy prices and their use of the adjective “mellowed.” Find it here on eBay in the UK. Special thanks [...]

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McLaren F1 sells for $8.47 million at Gooding & Co’s Pebble Beach Auction

McLaren F1 sells for $8.47 million at Gooding & Co’s Pebble Beach Auction

A new auction world record for a McLaren F1 was set last night when chassis #66 sold for $8.47 million at Gooding & Co’s auction at Pebble Beach. There’s been an inexorable rise in the price of classic cars in recent years as rich men realize that certain classic cars not only have huge appeal, [...]

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Friday Night Lights at the Woodward Dream Cruise

Friday Night Lights at the Woodward Dream Cruise

The Woodward Dream Cruise is technically a one-day event — the third Saturday of every August. But everybody knows the cruising starts far earlier, and the Friday before the main show offers a chance to enjoy a healthy stream of vintage traffic without the maddening crowds and cranium-roasting sun. Last night, we spent hours and hours on Woodward [...]

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Say Goodbye to Speed (Channel)

Say Goodbye to Speed (Channel)

It was “our” channel. Whether you were a gearhead, a hot rodder, a racer, a rider, a pilot, a boater, or just an enthusiast of anything with a motor, New Year’s Eve 1995 brought a television channel that was just for us. It was originally called Speedvision, later changing to Speed Channel before ultimately settling [...]

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LESS IS MORE: A NORWEGIAN STYLE AE86

LESS IS MORE: A NORWEGIAN STYLE AE86

After seeing all of the mad vehicles we’ve featured this month, it’d be logical to think that every car built in the Scandinavian region is some sort of zombie-like, engine-swapped tire-destroying machine. While those bonkers cars might define the scene for many, Scandanavian car enthusiasts also have plenty of appreciation for simple, more detail-focused builds – like [...]

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Sharp and Dark: No-Reserve 1972 BMW 3.0 CSI

Sharp and Dark: No-Reserve 1972 BMW 3.0 CSI

This 1972 BMW 3.0 CSI is a European market E9, and comes with a larger 3.5L B35 engine and 4-speed manual. The seller indicates the car has remaining wiring needs, but appears to be nearly complete. With 16″ exposed-lug Alpinas, this would be a killer looking coupe and those split front turn signal lenses are [...]

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Total Overhaul: 1977 Audi 50 GLS

Total Overhaul: 1977 Audi 50 GLS

This 1977 Audi 50 GLS is the product of a serious overhaul performed on the yellow car that we featured here on BaT back in 2011. When the seller says it is the only one in the USA, we immediately thought of the yellow one… turns out it is the same car that he has built into [...]

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First Test: 2013 Toyota Avalon TRD Edition

First Test: 2013 Toyota Avalon TRD Edition

Three modified Toyota Avalon sedans were some of the biggest surprises at last year’s SEMA show. The cars were obviously not targeted toward grandma, unless she likes the idea of a supercharger, 19-inch rims, and a lowered suspension — just a few items on the Avalon TRD Edition show car. We treated this Avalon like [...]

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Very Youngtimer: Federalized 2001 Audi RS4 Avant

Very Youngtimer: Federalized 2001 Audi RS4 Avant

This 2001 Audi RS4 is said to be fully federalized and USA legal, and remains one of our all-time favorite cars from Ingolstadt. This is the third RS4 we have featured in the USA, of the four we have seen photographed in this country (black one here and Nogaro Blue one here). Find it here at 2Bennett Audimotive in Davis, [...]

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More Proof The 2015 Mustang Will Have An Independent Rear Suspension

More Proof The 2015 Mustang Will Have An Independent Rear Suspension

This photo, courtesy of Autospotters, is allegedly a 2015 Ford Mustang test mule with 2013 Mustang skin that shows what everyone’s expecting from the next generation ‘Stang: An Independent Rear Suspension. We just received these images from a source close to Autospotters who says they’re of a vehicle being worked on by a company that’s been closely involved with Ford and [...]

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Auctions: eBay Find of the Day: 2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Roadster… in Arkansas?

Auctions: eBay Find of the Day: 2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR Roadster… in Arkansas?

The Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR was built as a race car for the FIA GT Championship series in 1997. To meet homologation requirements, a total of 26 road-going vehicles were built in the following years. The rarest were the open-roof roadster models, of which only six were made.

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Princess Diana’s Audi Cabriolet to Go for Sale

Princess Diana’s Audi Cabriolet to Go for Sale

A 1994 2.5L Audi Cabriolet once owned by Diana, Princess of Wales and to be auctioned by COYS at their traditional sale at Blenheim Palace on June 29th has gone on display in London at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel. This Audi was the family car in which Diana, Princess of Wales was photographed in [...]

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1+ Owner 1988 BMW E28 M5

1+ Owner 1988 BMW E28 M5

This 1988 BMW E28 M5 is a 160k-mile car that belonged to the original owner until about a month ago when it was purchased by the current owner from a BMW dealer. It is a clean and stock example, with some needs. Find it here on MyE28.com in New Jersey for $12,900.

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Video: How the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor became a reality

Video: How the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor became a reality

The camouflaged Ford F-150 SVT Raptor prototype captured above blazing its way across the desert during a test run left company engineers giggling in amazement, reveals Jamal Hameedi in a new Autoweek video. Ford’s global performance vehicle chief engineer, accompanied by senior exterior designer Bruce Williams, sat down with the publication to discuss the concept and development of the [...]

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