Forget about the Aston Martin Vulcan for a minute because there’s an even rarer track-only supercar for sale right now. Continue Reading...
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Despite being co-developed by Toyota and Subaru, both brands with solid reputations for reliability, the Scion FR-S might be running into problems a week after its official release. Continue Reading...
This is it: the wildly-anticipated Scion FR-S is arriving at dealers nationwide today, at least in theory. There won’t be any of them actually sitting on the lot waiting for a buyer. Continue Reading...
The late 1980’s is often considered as the era that gave birth to the modern day supercar. Every exotic car manufacturer was gunning to produce the fastest production car in the world, and the 200-mph mark was the target to beat. In this arena, the Japanese had no contenders and all the major players came… Continue Reading...
This year, Mercedes-Benz‘s uber-luxury brand Maybach will go extinct, as the German brand could not see the potential for making a profit in the ultra high-end luxury car segment. However, that does not mean the brand will vanish off the face of the Earth, thanks to a coach-building company called Xenatec. They take a four-door… Continue Reading...
The genesis of the Japanese supercar, the 1967 Toyota 2000GT is the first All-Japanese limited-production sports car to gain international recognition, changing impressions of the Japanese auto industry overnight. Without a true successor until Lexus presented its LF-A supercar more than four decades later, the 2000GT is a rare beauty and opportunities to find such… Continue Reading...
Over the last two-decades, BMW has given us quite a few “Z” cars. There was the chic Z3 that James Bond helped unveil in the movie “Golden Eye,” followed by the sinfully pretty Z8 (also used in a Bond flick; The World Is Not Enough), which was penned by Henrik Fisker (yes, the same guy… Continue Reading...
There are tuner shops, and then there are tuner manufacturers. What’s the difference? While a Tuner shop will bolt on spoilers and body kits, and some good tuner shops can even enhance your engines performance; a tuner manufacturer takes a bare shell and makes the entire car themselves to meet their customer’s requirements. That is… Continue Reading...
Carhenge, Nebraska’s remarkable automotive replica of England’s Stonehenge, has been a proud display of automotive greatness and whimsical art for 24 years. Jim Reinders, the man behind the fantastic creation announced that Carhenge and its land will now be up for sale, with an asking price of $300,000. A not-for-profit landmark, Reinders has dwindled his… Continue Reading...
Have you ever gone to an auto show and fell in love with a concept car? Yes, we have too, so no need to feel embarrassed. However, if you have the means, you can possibly own two concept cars shown by Ford in the last decade. We are talking about the 2001 Ford Thunderbird Sports… Continue Reading...
Back in the mid 1990’s, if you wanted to compete in the GT1 class at the LeMans 24-Hour race, you had to have a car that was nearly identical to a street-legal car. Hence all the manufacturers involved in this series starting producing limited-run racing cars with license plates. This formula gave birth to some… Continue Reading...
Back in the 1980s a new Italian supercar was born. It was called the Cizeta V16T, and it came on the scene with a gorgeous design and technical specs that would cause any car guys heart to beat a little faster. It had a 6.0-liter, quad-cam, 64-valve, 16-cylinder motor which produced 540 hp and 400… Continue Reading...
Back in the 1980’s the FIA World Rally Championship had the infamous Group B class, which featured some of the fastest cars to ever enter professional rallying. Rallying rules at the time dictated that at least 200 road-going examples had to be made, and hence the era saw many wild, road-legal versions of cars like… Continue Reading...
Aerosmith front-man and American Idol judge Steven Tyler is known for his big voice and his eclectic fashion sense, and it seems his choice of cars is equally unusual. Now his old Panoz AIV Roadster (the yellow car in the back ground in the above picture) is up for sale, not by Mr. Tyler, but… Continue Reading...
The Hennessey Venom GT is easily one of the craziest street-legal cars ever produced. It is based on the underpinnings of the lightweight Lotus Exige, but then beefed up in every conceivable way. Instead of the Exige’s supercharged four-cylinder motor, the Venom GT has a twin-turbo charged LS9, displacing 6.2-liters and producing a barely believable… Continue Reading...
One of the rarest supercars on the planet is the Aston Martin One-77. As the name suggests, only 77 examples of this 7.3-liter, V12 exotic will be made, making it one of the most sought after cars in the world. It is also seriously fast. Thanks to its 750-hp motor, the One-77 can sprint from… Continue Reading...
If you are the kind of person who is bored with standard production vehicles and wants something very unique, have we got the car for you. It is a 2008 Maserati Quattroporte, which might be a nice car on its own. But what sets this example apart from the rest is the fact that it… Continue Reading...
Oprah Winfrey is one of the most influential and successful women on Earth, and her success has lead to the kind of wealth that can give her access to anything she points her finger at. On the occasion of her 42nd birthday, she pointed towards a black on white 1996 Bentley Azure convertible. It seems… Continue Reading...
The Morgan Aeromax is a rare and beautiful thing. Only 100 examples of this V8 supercar were ever made, one of which was purchased by Richard Hammond of TopGear fame. Since Hammond’s car was one of only six right-hand drive examples, it is even more rare. Well now his very car can be yours, because… Continue Reading...
Televisions biggest motoring loud mouth is undeniably Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame. He is known to either really love a car, or hate it to bits, nothing comes in the middle. Back in 2006, he raved on and on about the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, a car he loved so much, he actually put his… Continue Reading...
Honda is selling their proving grounds in the Mojave Desert, and if you’re the type that likes to invest between 7 and 8 figures in real estate, then this might be a real treat. With just under 3,800 acres of land, the big draws are a 7.5 mile oval course, a 4.5 mile road course… Continue Reading...