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Conceived as a joint venture between Alfa Romeo and Fiat, the Alfa Romeo SZ (coupe) and RZ (roadster) were designed by Zagato on the base of the popular Alfa Romeo 75, boasting a sonorous ‘Busso’ .....

Power: a five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. Inspired by Porsche’s 935 race car and pushed by Saudi-Syrian entrepreneur Mansour Ojjeh, CEO of TAG Heuer, the Slantnose or ‘Flachbau’ .....

Arguably the most beautiful automobile ever built. A highly desirable, fully original Series II E-Type. This fixed-head coupe feels, looks, sounds and smells exactly how the ultimate E-Type should. .....

Officially, it was the 365 GTB/4. But after it managed a clean 1-2-3 sweep at Daytona beach in 1967, this drop-dead gorgeous grand tourer has been only been called by one name since. Another Pininfarina .....

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 .....

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 .....

Power: a five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. Inspired by Porsche’s 935 race car and pushed by Saudi-Syrian entrepreneur Mansour Ojjeh, CEO of TAG Heuer, the Slantnose or ‘Flachbau’ .....

Departing from Bentley tradition, the 1990’s Continental R series kickstarted a limited production of non-coachbuilt, unibody coupés. Towards the middle of the decade, the new ‘T’ model was further .....

The Porsche 993 is revered by enthusiasts as the great last iteration of the air-cooled era. A successor of the 964, the 993 still carried the torch of Porsche’s mechanical heritage and rounded 911 .....

The 1980s was a decade stuffed to the gunwales with iconic cars in film and television. From Magnum PI’s Ferrari 308 to Michael Knight’s talking Trans-Am, every week we thrilled to the celluloid adventures .....

The 512 TR was the last truly desirable Testarossa Ferrari in the eyes of most enthusiasts. The smoothness of the boxer 12 cylinder engine, combined with the seemingly endless supply of power, low centre .....

The XR750TT represents the last of the drum-braked competition motorcycles. With its aerodynamic fibreglass shell, slick tyres and lightweight frame, this XRTT represents a fine era of motorcycle racing .....

In 1989, the automotive luxury segment was shaken to its foundations by a new brand: Lexus. Originally meant to be focused towards the American market like Infiniti (Nissan) or Acura (Honda), Lexus was .....

In the early 1960’s, Nissan sought to replace their open-top Sports/Fairlady model with a modern, sleek sportscar keeping up with the times. The Nissan Silvia, of obvious Italian inspiration and styled .....

Owning a road going Ferrari is enormously good fortune – but to own a Ferrari F1 car can only be the highest of privileges, bestowed upon a chosen few. This 1983 Ferrari 126 C3-068 is a particularly .....

How do you exceed the ultimate? How do you improve on the fastest car ever made? Bugatti’s epic, Biblically-fast Veyron was a moonshot to compare with the likes of Concorde and climbing Everest. For .....

In one corner you have the builder of the rarest, fastest cars of the 1990s – one that is still amongst the most valuable ever made. In the other, you have the firm that virtually invented the modern .....

An improvement over the 675LT, the 688 HS boasts 679 hp from a twin-turbo M838TL V8, and P-1 inspired carbon fibre body panels. A production run of 25 units, in addition to bespoke finishes by MSO (McLaren .....

In the late 1960’s, changing market priorities put pressure on Porsche AG to develop a new production model. As fears of a US rear-engined car ban lingered in the air, Porsche executives agreed on the .....

The 308 GTB formed the basis for the later 288 GTO. The 308GTB offered here has lighter fibreglass (vetroresina) bodywork of the very first cars produced, which are the most sought after by enthusiasts .....

The Daytona’s next of kin, the GTC/4 was a refined long-distance 2+2 cruiser. The 365’s 335 horsepower output adds classic Ferrari thrill to classic Ferrari luxury. This example has been well restored .....

The first generation 911 was a vast improvement over its predecessor, the 356. There were not only significant changes in the styling, but the more powerful motor and vastly improved suspension meant .....

Claiming low mileage and fastidious care, this minimally used 16M was finished in rosso corsa with a tri-colored Italian racing stripe down the hood, and optioned with red-painted brake calipers and special .....

In celebration of their Formula 1 relationship, Mercedes-Benz of Germany and McLaren of the United Kingdom came together to create the ultimate supercar grand tourer. The result was the SLR McLaren, a .....

The crowning achievement of a 20-year dynasty, the 560SL represents a pinnacle of refinement in the W107 series. While this engine/chassis combination draws its roots in the 500SLC rally cars, the 560SL .....

Around the turn of the millennium, Ferrari created the replacement of the 355; the 360 Modena. The 360 filled the 355’s shoes nicely. This example is the second rarest 360 variant (after the Challenge .....

The V-12 Vanquish debuted in the 2002 James Bond 007 film Die Another Day. Between 2004-2007 only 1086 Vanquish S’ were built. Increased horsepower, overall performance and slight styling revisions .....

The 456 was a return for Ferrari -after a 4-year absence- to the world of 4-seater grand tourers. Its predecessor, the 400, was an outdated car, still recovering from the 1970’s. The 456 was a quintessentially .....

The 550 Maranello was Ferrari’s first two-seater front-engined V12 car since the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The return of this format was welcomed with open-arms by Ferraristas the world over and today these .....

The Lamborghini Jarama, named after the bull breeding area of the Jarama Valley in Spain, was born as a replacement for the Islero to meet USA standards. A baby Espada of sorts, the Jarama was also penned .....

At the time of tis release, the 997 GT2 RS was the most powerful road-going Porsche in history with 620 horsepower. This GCC specification two owner example has been fastidiously maintained, and has benefitted .....

The 456 was a return for Ferrari -after a 4-year absence- to the world of 4-seater grand tourers. Its predecessor, the 400, was an outdated car, still recovering from the 1970’s. The 456 was a quintessentially .....

The crowning achievement of a 20-year dynasty, the 560SL represents a pinnacle of refinement in the W107 series. While this engine/chassis combination draws its roots in the 500SLC rally cars, the 560SL .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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, .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

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 .....

Originally introduced at the Montreal Expo 67 as a futuristic concept, this quintessential Bertone design was penned by Marcello Gandini, the man behind the the Lamborghini Miura's iconic silhouette. .....

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 .....

Power. A five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. At the correct rpm, and with the aid of its single turbo, this Porsche is spitting out approximately 234 horsepower. In a rear-wheel drive, .....

What more can be said about the legendary, groundbreaking Jaguar E-Type? The car that dropped jaws across the planet at its reveal at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961, a car that caused no less than Enzo .....

Honda had a strong Formula 1 presence in the 1980’s, having been the engine provider for McLaren. This gave them the opportunity to utilize the expertise of the legendary Ayrton Senna to develop a new .....

As V8’s were making their way on the brand’s saloon range due to demand overseas, the successors of the famed ‘Pagoda’ SL’s were outfitted with some of the newer 3.5 and 4.5-litre powerplants. .....

One of the most beautiful cars ever created, and in our example exceptionally well-documented, having covered just 3000 miles since an extensive 1988 restoration. Far more than just a set of breathtaking .....

Power. A five-letter word that squarely sums up the 930 Turbo. At the correct rpm, and with the aid of its single turbo, this Porsche is spitting out approximately 282 horsepower. In a rear-wheel drive, .....

The Maserati Indy, penned by Giovanni Michelotti as a substitute for the ageing Sebring, was a four-seater alternative to the marque’s signature sportscar without indulging in the weight and handling .....

As far as practical classics go, few cars beat the third generation Chevrolet Corvette. Combining comfort, power, reliability and strikingly good looks, the Corvette C3 was produced over one and a half .....

In 1984 the Ferrari Testarossa was introduced as the replacement of the 512BBi. The “redhead” saw a production run that lasted 12 years. The Testarossa was Ferrari’s ultimate poster-car, and to .....

The Lamborghini Jarama, named after the bull breeding area of the Jarama Valley in Spain, was born as a replacement for the Islero to meet USA standards. A baby Espada of sorts, the Jarama was also penned .....

“Countach!” — this original Piedmontese exclamation gave the brand’s flagship its moniker, and went on to become one of the most iconic automotive nameplates of all time. Designed by Marcello .....

Pioneered at the 1972 Paris Motor Show, the Maserati Merak was introduced as a competitor to the mid-engined Ferrari 308GT4 Dino and the Lamborghini Urraco. A baby Bora of sorts, the compact V6 engine .....

The limited-edition Continental Supersports Convertible ISR (Ice Speed Record), a high-performance variant of the Bentley Continental GTC, commemorates Bentley’s world ice speed record for a convertible .....

The final iteration of what many consider the most beautiful car ever built, the E-Type Series III combined superlative performance with the refinements of power steering and superior seating comfort. Its .....

Few movie cars have captured the public’s imagination like the 1968 Ford Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in ‘Bullitt’ (1968). In this film, detective Frank Bullitt makes use of the car in one of .....