A 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO sold this past week for the unbelievable sum of $31,856,726 (£20.2 million), making it the most expensive car ever sold in Britain and the second most expensive car ever known to have been sold anywhere in the world.
You wouldn’t want a $10,000,000 racing legend sitting around all mucked up in gnats, would you? All you need is a sponge and a sturdy wrist—and please mind the open sky.
A toy Ferrari hacked together with kitchen and office equipment makes for one wicked balcony toy.
Ten million bucks for a Ferrari 250 GTO? Fuhgeddaboudit. Pick up some change from the Isle of Man and you can get one for two pounds.
Why? Partially because I'm a rank contrarian and love the underdog. I will go at you all day as to why Jawbreaker was better than Led Zeppelin. Mainly making the argument that hobbits are ridiculously silly unless Peter Jackson is involved, but being busted up over a girl or singing Sonoma-Coast-evocative songs with…
Last week we asked you to name your favorite automotive legends. While the answers were (of course) stellar – Smokey Yunick rules – we're a little disappointed that no one mentioned the genesis of this week's Fantasy Garage candidate, the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe. Though, it is worth mentioning that almost…