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Proceeds will benefit Italian earthquake reconstruction.

The final Ferrari LaFerrari is going to help a lot of people.

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You won't feel guilty buying this hybrid hypercar.

White accents, an Italian tricolor, and a whole boatload of good karma.

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Got to spend money to make money.

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This is just the 32nd of 33 Roadster prototypes made by Tesla. It was used extensively as a marketing tool.

Proceeds from the auction went to two food banks in California.

The last Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sold for $76,400 to benefit Feeding America Riverside San Bernardino and Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County.

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This is a 1970 Plymouth GTX, and though it's definitely seen its better days, it's an American classic with plenty of potential for the right buyer.

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For sale. As is, where is.

There are three Porsches up for auction in southeastern Michigan, but considering one's been flattened and all three are torched, you probably shouldn't bid.

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This Mercury Cougar Eliminator, dressed in sporty Competition Orange paint, is claimed to be an unrestored "survivor."

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Allegedly, that is. The cars were taken less than a day after Walker's death.

30 cars were stolen within 24 hours of the star's death.

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Number 11 of 24 will surely go for a pretty penny.

An Aston Martin Vulcan owner has decided to cash in on the ultra-exclusive supercar by sending it to Mecum's Monterey auction in August.

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RM Sotheby's will auction off the iconic CSX2000 at its Monterey auction.

One of the most important American cars in history is going up for auction in August at RM Sotheby's Monterey events in August.

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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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