When your father’s daily driver is an all-original Bugatti Type 38 — purchased by your grandfather for $120 from some gypsies in the outskirts of Paris — the family garage will be full of stories, that’s for sure. »
Aston Martin built 967 Series 3 V8s, and most likely all of them were put together like any hand-built British sports car from the seventies: After five pints while looking at a girl.
Dick De Luna is a septuagenarian gentleman who intends to keep moving rather fast for at least another 20 years with this, his 1948 Nardi-Danese 6C 2500 shared with his wife as a navigator. »
The owner of this 1969/2 Citroën DS21 says this car was to the car industry what Nirvana was to the music world. They both make a big impression but good luck trying to understand them. »
Well, according to the latest Petrolucious video, because while he had never heard of the Jensen 541 before, it turned out that this British sports car just fits right. »
How can you keep yourself occupied after raising the bar by some of your work ending up on Mars? Having a fully built 1970 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1300 Ti is one hell of a start. »
Can you think of a car that looks less at home in America than a tiny Abarth with a coachbuilt body and four times as much performance as the Fiat it was based on? Meet the Californian Fiat Abarth Zagato 750 GT Corsa, one of only 21 ever built. »
Porsche had to build the 912 between 1965 and 69 to have something in its lineup for buyers who were used to a bargain basement 356 and just couldn't afford a 911. Today, its rarity makes it a collector car. »