Tag: Classics

Half A Century Later, Lamborghini’s Last Front-Engined Sports Car Remains An Understated Oddity

With the Jarama turning 50 this year, Lamborghini has looked back at its last passenger car that featured a front-mid engine layout, as every other Raging Bull that came after it, save for the LM002 and Urus SUVs, had rear-mid engine configurations. Presented at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show, the 2+2 grand tourer was based […]

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Really Comrades, Not One Of You Is Interested In A $285,000 Chinese State Limo?

If the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class is a little too modern for your tastes, perhaps this 1965 Mercedes 600 Pullman will do the trick. Currently listed on eBay with a buy it now price of $285,000 (£212,907 / €239,087), this ultra-luxury behemoth is still a head turner more than five decades later. According to the seller, the […]

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Ferrari F50 Is The Closest You’ll Get To Driving A Grand Prix Car On The Road

While it might be overlooked by some, the F50 definitely is one of the greatest road cars Ferrari ever made. Sure, its predecessor, the F40, may receive slightly more praise nowadays than its replacement, but the F50 is a proper driver’s car through and through. It also happens to be rarer than the F40, Ferrari […]

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Porsche Carrera GT Is Already 20 Years Old, Happy Birthday You Stunning Analogue Supercar

This is probably an eyebrow-raising moment for Porsche fans, who know that production of the Carrera GT started in 2003, and 2020 minus 2003 equals 17 – so, how is it 20 years old? Well, it was on September 28, 2000, when none other than Walter Rohrl drove the Carrera GT Concept in Paris in […]

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