What didn’t sell on eBay last year will go on auction again in August to make one Sonny Crockett wannabe the happiest guy in the world. So here’s my chance to tell you a bit more about this movie car and its evil brother.
Two cars stand out when we talk about the legendary 1980s TV series Miami Vice: the first was the black Ferrari Daytona, actually a replica on a Corvette chassis, and a white Ferrari Testarossa, which was the real deal all day long, baby. Now's your chance to own one of the actual TV cars.
I've had a lot of debates today over Phil Collins, and while I think Phil Collins-era Genesis is essentially a war crime in musical form, I will make an exception for this bit of magic from the pilot for Miami Vice. Peak '80s. Best pilot ever?
Only 122 real 365 GTS/4 Spiders were ever built and they now regularly command upwards of a million bucks. Today's McBurnie-built Nice Price or Crack Pipe Faux-rrari is only thirty five grand, but it still looks like a million.
BMW is a company known for their engines. That being said, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 3-Series has an engine you all should know, but will its price make you want to have it keep you company?
In one of the the endless flashback montages that comprise Rocky IV, Rocky is seen behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Jalpa. And he's listening to some very bad music. (One lock of chest hair to anyone who can name the other car Rocky rocks in the sequel to the sequel to the sequel.) Here's a list of little-known facts…
It was more than a year ago (October '04 to be exact) that we first posed the question, What would Crockett and Tubbs drive in the movie remake of Michael Mann's '80s cop drama, "Miami VIce"? We had to get out the old shoebox to see if anyone's guess came close to the Ferrari F430, which from the trailer, looks to be…