Ralph Lauren Automotive Watch Inspired by 1938 Bugatti

If you’re a connoisseur of fine automobiles, you have to be conscious about how you present yourself. It’s not enough to drive the car – you need to embody the lifestyle. From the tips of your shoes, right down to the watch on your wrist, you’re a style plate for your ride of choice. And if your have a 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, there’s a wrist watch made just for you.

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Hyundai Announces 5 Million Units Sold in Europe

Hyundai officially announced that its has sold 5 million vehicles in Europe since it first began retail operations in 1977. The first Hyundai Pony was imported to Europe in 1977 and the five millionth vehicle was in i30, which was launched in 2007 and has sold just over 320,000 units throughout Europe.

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Paul McCartney's Lamborghini 400GT To Be Auctioned At Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Now McCartney’s 1967 400GT can be yours, because it will be hitting the auction stage at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 1.

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VW Camper Van Tent Is Pretty Groovy, Man

You may not have been around to be a hippy in the 1960s, but it’s not too late to enjoy the pleasures of the VW Camper Van. Only this time around, it’s a little more environmently friendly.

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1971 Indy 500 Special Goes Under the Hammer

On May 21st, Mecum Auctions will be hosting its Original Spring Classic Auction in Indianapolis and a star attraction will be a Foyt Coyote Ford racer, the car that NASCAR legend Donnie Allison ran at the 58th Indianapolis 500 on Saturday, May 29th 1971.

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Ultimate Restomod: '67 Camaro With Corvette Frame, LS7 Engine [Video]

Looking like it was inspired by Vaughn Gitin Jr.’s ’69 Ford Mustang RTR-X that debuted at the SEMA Show last year, this 1967 Chevy Camaro is a prime example of how amazing a result restomod projects can have. Blending new-age performance with an old-school look, the owner of this car paired a ’67 Camaro body with an Art Morrison Corvette frame and powered by an LS7. But that’s only the start.

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Filmmakers Buy Million Dollar Duesenbergs for Great Gatsby Flick Staring Leonardo DiCaprio

It’s a staple of high school English programs and now ‘The Great Gatsby’ is moving to the big screen… again. According to TMZ, filming of a new Gatzby flick is about to begin in Australia, staring none other than Leonardo DiCaprio (who else?).

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Chevrolet Camaro Turns Into Pontiac GTO

Trans Am Depot is outfitting the new Camaro with a Pontiac conversion kit, turning the Camaro into the a modern GTO Judge. Trans Am Depot’s work is called the “6T9 Goat” because of messy copyright issues. The car will come with a bespoke front end with its own split grille as well as a revised hood with air scoops, a new tail lamp, a restyled trunk with a small rear wing, quad tail pipes, and new alloy rims complete the look. This kit car may not appeal to everyone however if you are a fan of the 1969 GTO Judge, a modern day version of the car will soon be available.

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New Information Regarding Ferrari F50 Crashed By FBI

You know it’s a good story when there’s a prequel. Not long ago, a Ferrari F50 that was stolen from a dealership, then later recovered by the FBI, and then crashed by two FBI agents (if not, you can familiarize yourself with the back story here) When we last left the saga, the insurance company was trying to get its money back from the FBI for the smashed (and worthless) Ferrari.

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Rare Ford GT40 Prototype Expected to Fetch Over $3.6 Million at Auction

A very rare 1965 Ford GT40 prototype is being featured at RM Auctions and is to be sold May 21st. The GT40 is just one of five roadsters that were built.

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2011 Silverstone Classic Revs Up

It’s billed as the world’s largest motor racing festival and the 2011 event, which will take place on 22-24 July was officially announced in style.

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Vaughn Gittin Jr. Takes His 1969 RTR-X Mustang Drifting

Nothing thrills us more than a show-quality built car getting thoroughly abused on the track. And in true Vaughn Gittin Jr. form, his 1969 Ford RTR-X Mustang has finally gone sideways. Originally built as a SEMA project vehicle, Gittin Jr. promised many that he would take it out on the track proving that every bit of the car was as functional as it was show.

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1960 Ferrari 250 California Spyder SWB 1:8 Scale Model Gets Exotic Price Tag

Well, you can’t afford the real thing, and chances are, you can’t afford the replica either. We’d all like to get behind the wheel of a 1960 Ferrari 250 California Spyder SWB, but let’s face it – unless a magic lamp falls out of the sky to grant us three wishes, there’s no way we could afford the real thing, and as it turns out, even a 1:8 scale replica.

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Steve McQueen's Husqvarna Dirt Bike Up For Auction

The Steve McQueen nostalgia binge rolls on, with the news that legendary London auction house Bonham’s is putting up the King of Cool’s 1971 Husqvarna 400 for auction.

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1958 Chevrolet Pickup EV Built By Toronto Brewery

Dubbed ‘Retro Electro’ this distinctive green, 1958 Chevrolet Apache pickup is part of Toronto based Steam Whistle Brewing Company’s fleet of ‘classic’ vehicles used for promotions and special events.

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