Last year, the Robb Report editorial staff held the keys to a number of desirable cars, all of which were parked in our Malibu office garage for long-term evaluation.
During the formative decades of the luxury motorcar, oversize was a virtue. Girth was good, and bigger was even better.
Launched in 1992, the McLaren F1 was a standout among supercars. But after a production run of just 107 vehicles, the model reached the end of the line in 1998.
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The motorcycle world may have rolled its collective eyes when the Can-Am Spyder debuted two years ago, but the oddball Canadian three-wheeler makes a strong case for itself with n
Aston Martin, ever a boutique builder of rapture-inducing sports cars and never a mass-producer of automotive appliances, is being flailed by England’s worst economic downturn since the Great Slum
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