Missouri’s Big Cedar Lodge is once again bringing something big to the game of golf.
The “Electric Revolution” exhibit features more than 20 two-wheelers that represent a sea change in design and power-train development.
The 565 hp Project Camper is the company’s fastest Defender derivative to date.
Based on the 1934 BMW R7, the new bike is a beautiful blast from the past.
The 47,000-square-foot Otto Car Club also features a private dining venue, a library, and a host of social events.
The fiberglass fury reached 151.38 mph at the Bonneville Speed Trials in 1959.
Low Mileage Yields a High Return as Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Mercedes Power the RM Sotheby’s Paris Auction
The barely used machines nearly retain that new-car smell.
The winning trifecta of roadsters represents the Golden Age of Automotive.
Most of these six model variants from the 1970s sold for low six figures, but those prices may soon pale as demand accelerates.
One of only six made with its body style, the prewar Bugatti Type 57 Two-Light Ventoux fetched $885,000 through Gooding & Company.