A 1964 Porsche 356 Outlaw with a 236 HP 2.8 Liter Flat-6

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This 1964 Porsche 356 Outlaw has suspension and a tubular steel chassis developed and built by Porsche racing legend and former Brumos Racing Crew Chief Mike Colucci. This fact alone would make it a highly desirable car to any well-read member of the Porsche cognoscenti, but it also has a 1975 911 engine hand-built by noted Porsche engine…

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DeLorean DMC-12 – The Essential DMC Buying Guide

DeLorean DMC-12 John and Wife

The History of the DeLorean DMC-12 Had it not been for the movie “Back to the Future” the DeLorean DMC-12 would almost certainly have become a car that was largely forgotten except by a small group of hard-core enthusiasts. It was a sports car that initially had great potential, all wrapped up in a beautiful Giorgetto…

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1961 Volkswagen Type 2 Single-Cab Pickup

Volkswagen Single-Cab Pickup

The Volkswagen Type 2 Single-Cab Pickup was based on the iconic VW Bus, a vehicle that revolutionized the automotive industry almost as much as the little bug-shaped Beetle it was based on. The Origins Of The Volkswagen Type 2 Funnily enough, the now legendary VW Type 2 was invented almost entirely by accident. Volkswagen factory…

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The 1966 Lotus Elan – Twin Cam British Roadster Royalty

Lotus Elan Engine

The Lotus Elan is a British sports car with a cult following around the world, since it was first introduced it’s had an impact on the motoring world that can still be felt today almost 60 years later. Perhaps the greatest accolade the Elan ever received was when Formula 1 and supercar designer Gordon Murray…

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The Original American Dune Buggy – 1965 Meyers Manxter 2+2

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The Meyers Manxter 2+2 is the slightly longer wheelbase version of the Meyers Manx – a dune buggy with a form so iconic that it’s been studied in design schools from California to Copenhagen. Unlike the Manx, the Manxter uses a full-length VW Beetle floorpan, without requiring the cutting/shortening/welding of the original. This means that it…

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Ex-Bruce Willis + Ex-Jay Kay 1969 Bullitt-Spec Dodge Charger

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The Dodge Charger is often remembered for being the “other” car from the iconic chase scene in the Oscar winning 1968 Steve McQueen film Bullitt. The undulating streets of San Francisco form a captivating backdrop for the police thriller, and they feature heavily in what is now widely regarded as the greatest chase scene in…

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A Rare American Icon – The 500hp 1959 Kellison J-4R V8 Coupe

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The Kellison J-4R was the brainchild of USAF pilot James Kellison, a man known for his exceptional intelligence, his deep love for cars, and his fascination with lightweight composites. In the 1950s the latest and greatest composite was fiberglass, a material that was a precursor to modern composites like carbon fiber, and that offered excellent…

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Charles Morgan’s Classics – The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint

Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint is a bit of a personal favorite, and this one is more special than most. It’s the Alfaholics GTA-R 270, and it was built by the marque experts at Alfaholics to show the world what happens when you set out to build the perfect example of the already beloved Alfa model….

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