Petrolicious went to to Germany to find a man who didn’t want to spend his money on a house, expensive suits or watches. Instead, he sacrificed his savings for a 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8. A man after our own hearts.
When you’re a Venezuelan taxi driver who falls in love with the new Challenger R/T at the 1969 Detroit Auto Show, you gotta have one with the biggest engine available, linked to a four-speed manual. There’s just no other way.
If you buy a 1976 BMW 2002 from eBay without seeing it first, your results may vary. But as Petrolucious demonstrates, Carter Kelly Kramer turned his luck around by working hard and wrenching hard.
When you’re a retired Admiral who has owned and raced a 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II by Scaglietti since the June of 1960 with your wife, I would say life has been good to you. Petrolucious has quite a tale for us.
It’s called the Porsche 356, and if you still manage to find a beaten up one that’s been neglected for a while, all you need to do is make her run again. The rest will follow according to Petrolucious.
A $10,500 price tag, a Can Am race car chassis and a 375 horsepower turbine engine. That’s all they had in 1967 to throw against the Ford GT40 and the rest of the best. And the Howmet TX spools up just fine to this day, as Petrolicious will tell us.
Monterey Car Week is here, but this red Lamborghini Miura S is not the one RM Auctions will sell at Pebble. As the latest stunning Petrolucious tale reveals, this baby isn’t for sale just yet.
You don’t even need to like 911s to appreciate how perfect a hot rod Porsche 964 really is.
Alpines are pretty special and while we wait for Renault to figure out how to bring back the brand that has been dead since 1995, Petrolucious is here to tell the tale of a German man who fell in love with these gorgeous French beauties forever.
Anybody can drive a Chevy SS, but have you ever heard of the JDM Nissan Bluebird SSS? That’s right. More S in Petrolicious’ latest.
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.
If you’ve been restoring classic cars for more than a decade after an unfortunate garage fire kicked off your career, it’s only natural to choose a Facel Vega for a long-distance journey. Allow Petrolucious to explain.
The Volkswagen Golf is an MQB car, but so is the 265 hp all-wheel drive Audi TTS. Volkswagen always knew how to stretch a platform to its limits.
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.
You can, however, drive a Volvo P1800 round and round, until it reaches 3 million miles. But even if it doesn’t, you’ll still get the thumbs up from fellow Hawaiians, including Barack Obama. Maybe.
While Goodwood’s public parking lot might appear to be full of them, as Ferrari 365 GTB/4s are getting more and more expensive every year, many of these wonderful Pininfarina creations get turned into stationery garage queens. But not this one.
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.