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By the mid-1980’s, it was becoming clear that the beloved R107 series was in need of a replacement. The 1970’s steel-and-chrome styling was replaced with an innovative, angular design featuring multiple suspension, steering and drivetrain improvements, along a myriad of creature comforts. The result ...

The 1963 Mercedes-Benz 230SL two-seater represented a huge improvement over the outgoing 190SL roadster. Its 150 hp, six-cylinder engine replaced the 190’s four-cylinder, and it was gradually increased in size to the most desirable 180 hp, 2.8-liter engine in 1968. The bulbous bodywork of the 190SL ...

Following the vast success of the 365 Boxer of the early 70’s, Ferrari went a step further with the 512 BB. This new release still stuck to the Berlinetta Boxer traditions but sported a superior engine. The 512BB, Ferrari’s second attempt at a mid-engined road car, quickly became the brand’s ...

Even amongst the storied Italian marques, Lancia has always maintained a distinct aura. From motorsport to technology, the Turin-based manafactured has marched to its own melody. And with the jawdroppingly gorgeous alloy-bodied Flaminia Super Sport of the ‘60s, Lancia conducted its outright masterpiece. Successor ...

Pioneered in 1997, the Porsche 996 because the first of the water-cooled 911’s. Controversial changes in styling, along with further driving refinements, characterized this new generation of Stuttgart’s most famous sportscar. This impeccable example is fully original, fully documented, and has ...

The 575 was an improved version of the 550 Maranello that preceded it. The horsepower was uprated, a special handling package came as an option in addition to the breakthrough paddle-shifter gearbox. The Superamerica was the limited edition open-top cruiser of the already exciting 575. One of 559 ...

The Ferrari 348 marked a distinct departure from the 328 and 308 that preceded it, and it truly ushered the Prancing Horse brand into the 1990s, albeit with some obvious design cues that gently nod to the past. This low-mileage example presents beautifully and is a clear leap forward from the beloved ...

How do you follow up a classic? Especially when you are talking about a classic Porsche, and nothing less than the G-model of 1973-1989? The pressure is intense. And yet, as we’ve come to expect from Stuttgart, Porsche pulled it off with the brilliant 964, a sportscar that took the 911 into the modern ...

Stunning. Breathtaking. Bespoke. Just some of the adjectives you can apply to Anthony Jannarelly’s evocative and eponymous DESIGN-1. Based on racing cars of the ‘50s and ‘60s, the DESIGN-1 features a mig-welded tubular steel chassis with lightweight aluminum panels – classic racing design ...

Even by Maranello’s exalted standards, the Ferrari 355 remains unquestionably a landmark automobile. Far more than the upgraded 348 that it was initially dismissed as being, the 355 is the first of the truly modern Ferraris – a magnificent driving experience that luxuriates in the handbuilt aura ...

Even by the high standards of Mercedes-Benz automobiles, the R107SL was something truly special. How else can you describe a two-seat convertible that managed a staggering production run of nearly 20 years from 1971 to 1989, while remaining virtually unchanged throughout? It’s not hard to see why, ...

Even in the rarefied air of 911s, the 2.7 RS stands atop the mountain. It is arguably the most desirable classic 911 of them all, the handling standard against which all future 911s are judged. To own one is be extraordinarily blessed. Those two little initials stand for Racing Sport – or Rennsport, ...

The name “Ghibli” refers to a particular type of airflow: a hot wind blowing from the Sahara that can reach hurricane speed in North Africa. A fittingly epic name for this most epic of automobiles, and keeping with the Modenese tradition of naming its most brisk creations after Arabian winds. The ...

Virtually a carbon copy of the concept that stunned crowds at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the gorgeous Alfa Romeo 4C is the mid-engined exotic sports car that proved Alfa Romeo still knows how to make a brilliant, emotional driving experience. But this is no retro throwback. Don’t look for hooded ...

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