Porsche 917/10 Prototype

The Porsche 917 is one of the most successful racing cars of all time, in fact some automotive┬áhistorians go so far as to call it the greatest racing car of the 20th century. Porsche began…

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1978 Porsche 930

Porsche initially undertook development of the 911 Turbo as a homologation model so they could take part in Group 4 racing – the rules required 400 units to be built within 24 months, and they…

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Espiat BMW R80 RT Monolever

The R80 Monolever was built from 1982 to 1995 and enjoyed solid┬ásales numbers, it was powered by a more-reliable-than-taxes 797.5cc boxer twin producing 49hp and 59Nm of torque. BMW built over 22,000 Monolevers during the…

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BMW 2002 Tii Racer

The BMW 2002 is a car that only came into existence thanks to a happy coincidence and some pressure from Max Hoffman – the pre-eminent automobile importer in the USA at the time. At some…

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1981 Audi Quattro

The original Audi Quattro, retroactively named the Ur-Quattro, is almost certainly the most important vehicle ever manufactured by the German automaker. The Quattro name is still used to denote all-wheel drive cars built by Audi,…

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Amphicar Model 770

The Amphicar holds the distinction of being one of history’s most successful amphibious cars, despite the fact that it was a bit of a sales disappointment when it was released in 1961. Initially estimates had…

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Opel Kadett Car-A-Van

The Opel Kadett Car-A-Van was produced between 1962 and 1965 along with the rest of the Opel Kadett sub-models as the all-new competitor for the ageing Volkswagen Beetle – a car that had been utterly…

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