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Petrolicious shows the advantages of perseverance in a video about a young man's restoration of a 1976 BMW 2002.


Petrolicious profiles a 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Series II Scaglietti-bodied spider, notable for its 2.0-liter, 172-hp, four-cylinder engine.


The 1979 Porsche 930 in the latest video from Petrolicious is anything but subtle thanks to its tuned engine and Martini decals.


Petrolicious knows how to find a great story. Its latest video highlights an automotive artist and the 1953 Volkswagen Beetle that he drives to work everyday.


Petrolicious heads into the Norwegian woods to find a beautiful 1969 Mercury Cyclone and an owner who loves cruising the country's backroads.


For its latest fantastic clip, Petrolicious highlights a Porsche owner with a 1956 356 that's the perfect companion for blasting across rural, dirt roads.


Petrolicious profiles a beautifully modified 1972 Nissan Fairlady 240Z-L packed with period-correct parts from the competition catalog. It sounds absolutely sublime.


Josh Commons and his family have owned this 1976 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 since 1992, and it's never left their hands in the decades since. Hear his story in this latest video from the cinematographic artisans at Petrolicious.


Radu Muntean designs cars for a living. But when he's not putting pen to paper (or mouse to CAD software), he's driving around in this customized 1971 BMW 2002. Hear the story of this car courtesy of Petrolicious.


Haven Jarel may still be in his early teens, but that hasn't stopped him from building an award-winning cafe racer in his dad's an amazing warehouse shop. He's already started crafting his first car, too.


Petrolicious profiles a different kind of GTO: not a Pontiac or a Ferrari, but a Mitsubishi Colt Galant from 1970s Japan, privately imported to California by one enthusiastic collector.


Petrolicious is going to Italy to test... a Porsche? Despite being the home of Italy's finest supercars, this family is in love with Stuttgart's finest.


Petrolicious is digging up a piece of racing history with a look at the Howmet TX. The '60s racer used a turbine spinning at 65,000-rpm to take on the GT40 around the track.


Petrolicious explains why the AE86 Corolla GTS is such an icon of the drifting scene by letting a man who owns five explain what makes them so special. Antonio Alvendia owes his career in part to these sports coupes.


Petrolicious shows why the the BMW M Coupe might be one of the company's ultimate driving machines.


Dream cars can take quite a while to finally obtain. This latest video from Petrolicious shows why waiting for a 1970 Lamborghini Miura P400S is an entirely worthwhile experience.


In its latest video, Petrolicious takes a ride in The Growler, a Porsche 911 hot rod that roars around California's canyon roads.


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.


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.


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.


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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