Reviewing the 400GT in its 2+2 form in 1967, Autocar magazine voted it 'better than all the equivalent exotic and home-bred machinery in this glamorous corner of the fast-car market.'
Available here is a truly rare and special V6 powered Alpine A310. Just around 30 of these cars are said to have made it into the United States, making this a unique car indeed.
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In the past decade, the world's most valuable cars have started going for private-jet money. What makes a car fetch such high prices is elusive, but it boils down to the intangible. Most car lovers go to car auctions looking for a diamond in the rough. But then there are the collectors who can afford to drop seven or eight figures on a priceless auto.
Hilarious mash up between Ronnie Pickering and Wealdstone Raider
Being the last car to use the glorious Ferrari flat-12, It's intriguing design, refined ride, and luxurious interior made it a very important car in Maranello’s storied history, and due to this, the Testarossa is very likely to become a $1-million classic in just a few years.
Being sold on behalf of celebrated musician Jools Holland is this superb example of an E-Type Low Drag. Shortly after the introduction of the E-Type, Jaguar wanted to investigate building a car in the spirit of the D-Type racer from which elements of the E-Type's styling and design were derived, enter, the E-Type Low Drag.
How well do you know Porsche, the embodiment of German engineering, the sporty car manufacturer founded by Ferdinand Porsche in 1931.
Simply put, the E36 is one of the finest cars ever built. It's relatively light and the BMW I6 is absolutely fantastic. The power delivery is wonderfully linear, it makes a great noise. It's handsome, after spending years looking a bit dated post-E46-intro, it's starting to come back into its own as a classic design.
"Put your foot down and, after a brief flurry to gather her skirt, she skittles off into the distance, engine laughing merrily. Forget Prozac - they should prescribe 356s for depression." - Telegraph