Junkyard Gem: 1973 Cadillac Eldorado

The 1971-1978 Cadillac Eldorado was a gloriously ridiculous personal luxury coupe, packing a monstrous 500-cubic-inch V8 (that’s 8.2 liters for you freedom-hating metric types) under its acre-sized hood for the first five years of production. Fuel economy was comfortably into single-digit territory, which meant you had to be a real ...

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Rolls-Royce commemorates end of Phantom with Zenith models

Rolls-Royce will discontinue the current generation Phantom in 2016 after 13 years. Rolls will also axe the Phantom Coupe and Drophead Coupe in November, and the company won’t build new versions of them on its future platform. However, the automaker will send off the pair in style with special edition ...

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2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn First Drive

There is apparently a migration of sorts among the set that would buy something like the 2016 Rolls-Royce Dawn, the newly arrived drophead variant of the raffish Wraith. When our theoretical Dawn buyer finds the Cote d’Azûr or some such place a bit chilly, perhaps it’s off to South Africa. ...

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Aston Martin Vulcan being converted to road-going spec

The Aston Martin Vulcan wasn’t designed as a road-going vehicle, but the two dozen buyers who’ve plonked down the $2.3 million to buy one may soon be able to drive on public roadways. According to Autocar, British motorsports engineering company RML is preparing a road conversion option for the Vulcan, ...

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Aston Martin, Red Bull show off V12-powered hypercar

Not many companies are capable of developing true hypercars. Today,Aston Martin resoundingly declared it intends to be one of them, revealing a V12-powered mid-engine hypercar created in tandem with Formula One’s Red Bull Racing. Codenamed the AM-RB 001, The two-seater will arrive in 2018 and will be built on a ...

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Black Bison: Mercedes-AMG GT bodykit with a strange name

When comparing sports cars to animals, it’s normal to liken them to fast, agile creatures like a cheetah. The svelte Mercedes-AMG GT would seem to have nothing in common with a lumbering bison, but Wald International apparently sees a resemblance. The aftermarket company named its new bodykit for the German ...

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet debuts in standard, AMG form

After years away, Mercedes-Benz is returning to the compact convertible segment with the new C-Class Cabriolet. The handsome new droptop was shown Monday ahead of the Geneva Motor Show in both basic C300 form, as well as a more potent C43 AMG model. No surprises here, but we’re most interested ...

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AMGs in Miami: We drive a GT S and ride in a Cigarette Boat

Every year, Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing collaborate on a one-off boat. Mercedes enticed us to visit the Miami International Boat Show by promising a high-speed ride on this year’s co-creation, the Cigarette Racing Team 41′ SD GT3. The 41-foot center-console yacht, powered by two stern-drive Mercury Racing NXT6 racing engines, ...

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Rare Old Motorcycle 1917 Triumph

Rare Old Motorcycle 1917 Triumph It is a 1917 triumph (model H) and was used by the British Army medical cor. during WW1 and that’s me showing how it works. this was at the Jacktown engine meet. Check out the video below and tell us what do you think of ...

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