Tag Archives: Classic Cars

Ferrari 250 GTO sells for $70M

The $52 million paid for a Ferrari 250 GTO in 2013 now looks like a bargain considering another example of the ultimate classic Ferrari has just traded hands for a rumored $70 million, which if accurate makes the figure the highest known price ever paid for a car. The buyer was none other than WeatherTech CEO David MacNeil, who already owns a number of...

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Trailer released for Edd China’s 2nd new car show: “Built By Many”

Leaving “Wheeler Dealers” last year over creative differences may end up being the best thing to happen to our favorite car restorer Edd China. That's because he's now working on not one, but two new car shows. Only last month we saw a pilot episode for “Edd China's Garage Revival,” a show where China travels abroard to meet owners...

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Trailer released for Edd China’s 2nd new car show: “Built By Many”

Leaving “Wheeler Dealers” last year over creative differences may end up being the best thing to happen to our favorite car restorer Edd China. That's because he's now working on not one, but two new car shows. Only last month we saw a pilot episode for “Edd China's Garage Revival,” a show where China travels abroard to meet owners...

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Trailer released for Edd China’s 2nd new car show: “Built By Many”

Leaving “Wheeler Dealers” last year over creative differences may end up being the best thing to happen to our favorite car restorer Edd China. That's because he's now working on not one, but two new car shows. Only last month we saw a pilot episode for “Edd China's Garage Revival,” a show where China travels abroard to meet owners...

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Edd China has a second new car show: “Built By Many”

Leaving “Wheeler Dealers” last year over creative differences may end up being the best thing to happen to our favorite car restorer Edd China. That's because he's now working on not one, but two new car shows. Only last month we saw a pilot episode for “Edd China's Garage Revival,” a show where China travels abroard to meet owners...

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Race like a legend today: Jaguar E-Type raced by Stirling Moss up for sale

It's hard to believe that Sir Stirling Moss never claimed an overall title, but he certainly claimed all sorts of other motorsport victories before his retirement at 88. Moss won major races at nearly every level of competition during his racing days, including Le Mans, Sebring, the Mille Miglia, Monte Carlo, and a number of Formula One grands prix races...

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David Lee and his controversial Dino visit Jay Leno’s Garage

David Lee, the famed collector of all things Ferrari, recently decided to build his own dream machine. What started life as a 1972 Dino has been transformed into the restomodded machine now called a Dino Monza 3.6 Evo. Lee brought the car to Jay Leno's Garage so the affable car lover could give it a proper once over. This is the Dino that Ferrari should've...

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave wedding in an electric E-Type

Saturday's royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wasn't just about the dress, as there were an assortment of interesting British cars in service throughout the event. One of the standouts was the Jaguar E-Type Zero, an electric version of the iconic sports car that Harry and his new wife drove from Windsor Castle to the reception at...

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Shelby finally puts the 1967 GT500 Super Snake into production

As the saying goes, “better late than never.” That's certainly applicable to the 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake, which Shelby American will finally produce as a limited edition continuation model. During the 1960s, Shelby built a demonstration Mustang for Goodyear powered by a lightweight 427-cubic-inch race engine lifted from a Le...

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