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As the lure and legend of a true “barn find” grows here in the United States, the opportunity to actually obtain an extremely rare classic
Mecum Auctions has built its reputation around one very important niche in the collector-car market: American muscle.
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Fifty years ago, in a fit of pique, Ferruccio Lamborghini—a maker of tractors and other industrial equipment—started his own sports-car co
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He’s one of the most enduring characters ever created.
Ronin Motorworks, a new Colorado-based motorcycle manufacturer, has reengineered a firearms company’s design exercise and put it into production.
The convertible version of Robb Report’s 2012 Car of the Year has arrived from Sant’Agata, Italy.
1966 Lamborghini 400 GT
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The definition of a supercar has changed from one era to another in accordance with what has seemed super at different times.
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Bentley has recharged its most iconic model, the Mulsanne, with a series of new features that serve modern business execu
Barrett-Jackson auto auctions began humbly with a small charitable auto show in the 60s.
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The arrival of a new Corvette has always been an occasion.
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