Tag: Classics

First Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation Built After 4,500 Hours Of ‘Meticulous Construction’

Aston Martin has completed the assembly of the first DB5 Goldfinger Continuation, as car #1 rolled off the assembly line last week. Dubbed the ‘Job 1’, it’s part of a limited-production run that includes only 25 units, each one priced at a steep £2.75 million ($3.43 million) in the United Kingdom.  Staying true to the […]

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This Ferrari 575 Superamerica Is A Super-Low Mileage 12-Cylinder Topless Dream Car

This bright red Ferrari 575 Superamerica claims to be the world’s lowest-mileage RHD example, having covered just 1,800 miles since new. The Superamerica is considered to be one of the most desirable variants of the 575M, replacing the 550 Barchetta and more importantly featuring a clever rotating hardtop with an electro-chromatic glass instead of the […]

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Here’s Why The Ferrari Testarossa Is One Of The Most Misunderstood Icons Of The 1980s

The Ferrari Testarossa is perhaps the most iconic poster car from the 1980s, dominating a whole era of performance cars but in reality, it was never engineered to be a razor-sharp, canyon-munching supercar. Jason Cammisa of Issimi explains in his latest video why the Testarossa is one of Ferrari’s most misunderstood models. In a nutshell, […]

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Oh, Yeah, The 2000 Lamborghini Diablo GT Is One Raging Bull

An exceptionally rare Lamborghini Diablo GT is currently up for sale in the UK. The Italian car manufacturer introduced the Diablo GT back in 1998 as a track-oriented version of its iconic mid-engined supercar. Each Diablo GT to leave the factory sported a distinctive bodywork and, all up, just 80 examples were built exclusively for […]

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