Tag: Classics

Roll Like A Tech-Savvy Dictator In 1975 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Maybach Restomod

The Mercedes-Benz 600 (W100), or the Grosser Mercedes (German for Grand Mercedes) as it was also known, needs no long introduction. Everyone who thought he was someone in the 1960s and 1970s had one, from heads of state and business tycoons to movie stars and music icons. Sold in short- and long-wheelbase versions (the latter […]

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Hartge F1 Paired A 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300E With A Tuned BMW M Engine

From 1971 until its demise in mid-2019, German tuner and manufacturer Hartge focused on upgrading BMW, MINI and Range Rover vehicles. The Hartge brothers achieved fame for their wild engine swaps, which mostly consisted in taking massive engines from larger BMWs, tune them extensively, and then shoehorn them into smaller models. Hartge pushed the engineering […]

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Individual 1995 BMW 850CSi That Sold Last Year For $101,500, Is Now Listed For $149,990!

When even standard BMW 850CSi E31s command high prices these days, you can imagine what rare Individual models can do for seller pockets. All in all, BMW manufactured and sold 1,510 units of the V12 performance model worldwide, of which 225 were earmarked for North America during the 850CSi’s four year run from early 1992 […]

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Great Scott! Poor Porsche 928 Speedster Looks Like It Came Back From The Future

What you’re looking at is quite possibly the ugliest Porsche 928 on earth and it’s current up for sale on Craigslist in Mission Hills, California. The Porsche 928 was built by the German car manufacturer between 1977 and 1995 and originally conceived as the successor to the 911. While the 928 never did replace the […]

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This 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT Isn’t Perfect, But It’s Still Beautiful Nonetheless

Long before Lamborghini was building angular supercars, they were crafting timeless masterpieces such as this 1967 400 GT. Set to be auctioned off by Mecum, this 400 GT is an unrestored gem from the John Atzbach collection and it has just 28,000 miles (45,062 km) on the odometer. Despite being more than 50 years old, the […]

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Pontiac’s 1965 Hurst GeeTO Tiger Is Probably The Most Famous GTO Out There

Back in 1965, Pontiac’s advertising executive Jim Wangers teamed up with Royal Pontiac, George Hurst and Petersen Publishing to boost the sales of performance parts and the GTO. It resulted in a famous song called the ‘GeeTO Tiger’, signed by ‘The Tigers’. The big prize of the contest was a special 1965 Pontiac GTO, finished […]

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