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    Video: 75-year-old woman to drive around world in 91-year-old car

    Heidi Hetzer is a serious driver, she always has been. An accomplished businesswoman and local German celebrity, Hetzer has no intention of taking the easy road. She never has. The 75-year-old racer plans on circumnavigating the globe along the same route taken by the first person ever to drive ...

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    Monterey: Take a stroll through the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

    The 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance has officially come to a close. Even though the entrants from 33 states and 15 countries are currently packing up their toys and heading home, you can still take in the sights by clicking through the gallery above. Cars and owners competed for trophies ...

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    Auctions: Extremely rare 1913 Hispano-Suiza Type Alfonso XIII headed for Amelia Island

    Cars get their names from a wide variety of sources: animals, places, the founders of the company that makes them... Some, of course, have completely meaningless names concocted by marketing departments, or bear alphanumeric codes that show where they stand in the company's line-up. But this car ...

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    Did the Geneva "Hispano Suiza" showcar use the iconic brand name illegally?

    Hispano-Suiza – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The car you see above is not a Hispano-Suiza. That much every one seems to agree with. But is it a Hispano Suiza (note the intentional lack of a hyphen)? And, does that lack of a hyphen make any difference at all? Apparently, the ...

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    Art Deco Mullin Automotive Museum set to open April 15

    1939 Delahaye 165 V-12 with coachwork by Figoni et Falaschi
    As if classic car fans in California weren't spoiled enough with the annual festivities in Monterey, world-class concours in Palm Springs, La Jolla, Dana Point, Palos Verdes, and Pasadena, and first-rate museums like The Petersen and ...

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    Geneva 2010: Hispano Suiza debuts the... Hispano Suiza

    Hispano-Suiza - click above for high-res image gallery
    Before World War II there were several high-end European luxury marquees that sadly didn't survive long past the Great Depression. One of these makes was Hispano-Suiza, and the car world was worse off as a result. Check out the V12-engined ...


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