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This is the car that started a string of victories for Ferrari at the Tour de France in the hands of the Marquis de Portago, securing its handle and place in history. Now it's going up for auction in Monterey.

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In its latest video, Petrolicious clearly shows what makes the Alpine brand so special, and lets one of these coupes sing on some European hillside roads.

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Ferrari is set to launch its Initial Public Offering on the stock exchange. But will the shares be able to keep up with the investment value of a classic Ferrari?

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Mark Walker and a co-pilot run the 1905 Darracq 200 up the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The car has 200 hp from a 25.4-liter V8, and no bodywork.

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This one-of-a-kind Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta was designed by Giugiaro and built by Bertone. Now it's going up for auction at Pebble Beach, where it's tipped to fetch around $15 million.

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RM Sotheby's has the first Maserati Ghibli Spyder prototype, star of long-ago Turin and Geneva motor shows, going up for auction during Monterey Car Week.

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Troy Ermish has made a career out of keeping Datsun 510s on the road. His personal car is a tuned Nissan Bluebird coupe that makes a wonderful sound.

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This Porsche 930 Turbo is the last new car that Steve McQueen ever custom ordered, and Mecum Auctions has it coming up for sale in Monterey next month.

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A mere $3 could win you a twin-charged, 805-hp Dodge Challenger Hellcat. If that isn't enough to tempt you, you could also score a 1970 Challenger 440 R/T.

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A highly-coveted California Spider is set to join pair of classic Ferraris with royal provenance at Gooding & Company's upcoming auction at Pebble Beach.

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Shelby American announced the build of 50 continuation Daytona Coupes to celebrate winning the FIA World Championship in 1965.

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Peter Giacobbi couldn't afford to buy an authentic Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa. So he set about faithfully recreating one. Watch and listen to his story courtesy of Petrolicious.

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The Pontiac Aztek has been an automotive laughingstock for years. According to the latest video in MotorWeek's Retro Review series, that horrible reputation might not be entirely deserved, though.

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Jaguar's C-Type is legendary. But within that rare breed of feline, the 1953 C-Type is rarer still, with only three lightweight versions built to run Le Mans.

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Jay Leno walks away quite impressed after his ride on the Royal Enfield Musket. The modern bikes turns the vintage Bullet into a V-twin, and engineering the conversion is all the work of just one man.

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The latest member of the Edmunds long-term test fleet is a 1989 Yugo GVL, purchased in Boise, ID, for $950. No, seriously.

All-Time All-Americans

We combed through the thousands of reviews we've written over the last ten years, to bring you the ten most viewed, ever, in terms of American metal.

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For its latest video, Petrolicious looks at two pieces of classic American iron and the man who keeps them on the road.

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MotorWeek's retro review video series profiles the 1992 Porsche 968, a four-cylinder coupe with good handling but few buyers.

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After a two-year pre-order program, the first batch of new black-and-gold California license plates in nearly 50 years are making their way to drivers. The tags start at $50 and can be ordered for any car, motorcycle, commercial vehicle, or trailer.

Founded By French Guys, Good Luck Clover Reminds Us Of A Dead Guy?

The new Giulia sedan got us pumped about Alfa Romeo all over again. Here are a few weird facts about the storied Italian company.

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