Pay More, Get Less

Pay More, Get Less

With this week’s unveiling of the track-focused 911R at the Geneva Auto Show, Porsche has gone back to the well once again – selling a decontented, enthusiast-focused car for more […]

“Driven Regularly”

“Driven Regularly”

..to the shop, perhaps? The seller claims that since purchase by the second owner in 1993 with 200 miles, it has been driven regularly. “Regular” driving apparently has different meanings, […]

Salvaged Snake

Salvaged Snake

It’s been hit and rebuilt, so the long-term value will suffer. But this a barrel full of speed and fun for not a great deal of money. The new cam […]

Bubbling Ferrari

Bubbling Ferrari

A green Ferrari, with blue carpets and tan leather? Only the 70’s. These are probably the last of the bargain Ferraris, mostly as the Tifosi didn’t think it worthy of […]

Maranello Chop-Top

Maranello Chop-Top

Besides the Mondial, the Ferrari 400i is perhaps the least loved Ferrari, and since it is so often fitted with a GM automatic transmission, we can see it. However, it’s […]

Low, Low Miles.

Low, Low Miles.

There are few Honda products that qualify as true collector cars. They are well built, to be certain, and there are plenty of enthusiasts who have passion for their Hondas, […]

A Lambo for the Family

A Lambo for the Family

No, it’s not the ideal four-seater for hauling the kids to Disney World. But for occasional short trips with the youngsters, or impressing their friends in the school pickup line, […]

A Ferrari for the Family

A Ferrari for the Family

Few Maranello products could ever qualify as subtle. The 456 is perhaps one of the few. Front-engined, with four seats, it’s attractive, if not traffic-stoppingly beautiful like most Ferraris. With […]

Stunning, Barely Used

Stunning, Barely Used

A V8-engined Aston Martin somehow makes a contemporary Jaguar look positively plebeian in comparison. The handbuilt engine, the gorgeous alloy bodywork, and the plush leather and wool interior combine to […]

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