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Even with its 550-hp, supercharged V8, this GT is limited to five miles per hour.

Loaded down with designs that didn't make production and parts from other Ford vehicles, this GT is a rare, expensive, and lovely statue.

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Fewer than 200 1964 Imperial Crowns exist today, and this one comes with provenance.

Don Draper's big, red convertible is the undisputed star of this particular show.

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Back in the early 1980s, this was one of the cars to have – an Alpina C1 2.3.

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Meet the 1990 Volkswagen Golf Country Syncro. First produced in '90, these were all-wheel drive crossovers before "crossovers" were even a thing.

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In 1986, this Aston Martin DBS was rolled into a barn and locked safely away from prying eyes, and for the last 30 years, that is exactly where it has remained, until now.

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Mention that you drive a Rover in the US, and you're bound to get a few looks, along with the requisite, "you mean a Land Rover?" But pull up most anywhere stateside in one of these and those looks will be less of wonder, and more of envy. This is a Rover SD1. When it was being developed, the Rover designers actually lined up full scale models of the SD1 with exotic supercars of the day, including Maseratis and Ferraris, which explains the avant-garde wedge shape and dramatic rear lines. Wh

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Founder of Quattroruote magazine liquidates collection with RM Sotheby.

Magazine founder's collection includes Fiats, Bugattis, Rolls-Royces, Citroens, Jeeps, horseless carriages, and motorcycles... all for sale with no reserve price in Monte Carlo next month.

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After decades of neglect, the LSSM prototype looks rough.

You can easily locate a Land Rover or a Range Rover from your local classified ads – but how about a Lunar Rover?

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This 1954 Aston Martin DB3S is anticipated to sell for as much as $10 million at Aston's factory next month.

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This heavily modified, air-cooled Porsche 911 has been built as a tribute to Porsche's legendary Safari models and is slated for auction on April 10.

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Funnyman's collection still falls short of pre-sale expectations.

Some of Jerry Seinfeld's Porsches sold at Amelia Island last weekend for well below their estimated value, but his Volkswagen Beetle set a new record.

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Armstrong Phaeton used a self-starter, regenerative braking, and semi-automatic transmission.

The 1896 Armstrong Phaeton goes on the auction block at Amelia Island.

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A hedge fund manager placed the winning bid of $750,000 for the privilege of buying the first new Rolls-Royce Dawn convertible during a charity auction in Florida on Saturday.

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Mille Miglia Racer Falls Short Of $38.1M Ferrari Record

The vintage Ferrari ran at the Mille Miglia, 12 Hours of Sebring, 24 Hours of Le Mans, and was driven by two Formula 1 world champions during its career.

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The clutch is heavy, the seating position is wonky, and the visibility is notoriously awful. Who cares? It's a Countach. Come along for a spin.

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The Ferrari F50 cost about $500,000 when it was launched in 1995. These days they're trading hands at auction for at least $1.5 million, with one expected to sell for as much as $2.9m.

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The American Motors Co. headquarters in Detroit failed to sell at an October auction. The city has until January 4 to decide what to do with it.

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This is the highest price ever paid for a Land Rover. The sale of this 2,000,000th Defender/Series-line vehicle benefitted two charities.

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An Alabama restorer finds a 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona that's been rusting in a paddock for decades. It's headed to Mecum's Kissimmee auction in January.

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Russo and Steele has this one-of-a-kind 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 going up for auction in Scottsdale next month with a custom shark-nose front end.

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An auction house in Dallas has sold the original license plates that marked President John F. Kennedy's limousine the day he was assassinated. An unidentified buyer won with a high bid of $100,000.

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