Can you name these cars using only their spoilers as reference?
This is the last of the limited 450 SEAC’s to be made. The last three were special order and of course this is one of them. The car has won a lot of concours competitions, but the real pleasure is driving a car that looks and sounds like nothing else!
With the asking price for one of the original 19 250 TRs around $40,000,000, making them among the most valuable cars in the world, this faithful re-creation represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire one of Ferrari's most sensational looking and iconic competition cars at a mere fraction of the cost of a genuine example.
The Ace and Aceca are well-engineered, light weight and extremely pretty GT car's in the best AC tradition, and were also the base and inspiration for the iconic Cobra.
The Z1 was built to BMW's traditionally high standards. Some regarded the car as faultless, and it was certainly among the best-handling sports cars. BMW had returned to making true sports cars after many years' absence.
Think you know your supercars? Well then let's put that to the test. Can you guess the car from these awkward angles?
The next owner of this car need have no worries about inadequate performance from the 2500 Coupes 'de-toxed' 106bhp US-spec engine, as its impressive list of modifications suggests that this example must be one of the fastest and most highly developed of its kind.
“The CSL is magnificent. Like the Isle of Man, it’s a thorn in the side of the nanny state. It’s BMW at its absolute best.” - Jeremy Clarkson
Reviving its tradition of building special-bodied Alfa Romeos, including the original SZ (Sprint Zagato) of the late 1950s, Zagato unveiled its outrageous new SZ at the 1989 Geneva Salon.
Sleek and muscular, the DB7 Zagato, with its referential grille, long bonnet, and truncated tail, marked a return to the styling that made the DB4GT Zagato an all-time classic.