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Rekindling Your Love is What Happens at Checker-Fest

Rekindling Your Love is What Happens at Checker-Fest

By Petrolicious Productions / 16 Jul 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

What did I end up with? A Checker. A what you say? A Checker. A 1980 Checker Marathon, to be specific. Remember the old NYC taxicabs? The behemoths that roamed the streets of Manhattan during the '60s and '70s? Well that’s what I have, albeit the ‘civilian’ Marathon model. Its name is Chunky–no, not Chubby. I never was one to go for the obvious.

BMW Posters Designed for Fellow Collectors

BMW Posters Designed for Fellow Collectors

By Petrolicious Productions / 16 Jul 2014
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Mr. Mo Faraz, the designer behind the art, uses this platform to share his ideas and knowledge with other enthusiasts and owners like himself. He has owned a handful of vintage cars himself, including an Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT, a BMW 2002, and a BMW E9 CSi, and has used his experiences with these cars to formulate the inspiration behind his designs.

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Dodge Challenger is an Original, Sweet Georgia Peach

Dodge Challenger is an Original, Sweet Georgia Peach

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Jul 2014

Equipped with the famed 440 cubic-inch V8, this Challenger has the "Six Pack" of three two-barrel carburetors. According to the seller, this 59,000-mile muscle car is "a true JS23VOB that has a number matching motor," which means that this is the real, muscle-car deal.

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What to Drive Today–Porsche or Ferrari?

What to Drive Today–Porsche or Ferrari?

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Jul 2014
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The 911 has a race car feel and it's a little tinny, but light and quick. In terms of preference, the Porsche and the Ferrari are completely different worlds, and each has its own attributes. The Ferrari (a 550 Maranello) is big, refined and comfortable. It pulls like a D9 Caterpillar (big bulldozer)! It's a perfect blend of comfort and performance–a true gentleman's GT.

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The Ferrari 330 P4 Is One Sexy Beast

The Ferrari 330 P4 Is One Sexy Beast

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Jul 2014 / 26 Comments Read More

As much as any other car, the Ferrari 330 P4 is the embodiment and culmination of an entire era of racing. With its low-slung stance and voluptuous lines, it is also among the most visually stunning cars ever produced. Combine these factors and the word “icon” slips to the tip of one’s tongue.

Mercedes-Benz 450SEL For Sale Shines Brightly

Mercedes-Benz 450SEL For Sale Shines Brightly

By Petrolicious Productions / 14 Jul 2014

Although "the carpet does show some minor wear and there are a few cracks in the dash," those blemishes haven't dimmed this car's star power. It's been used in film and photo shoots for the past three years. "Upgraded Chrome Wheels," a fresh coat of silver paint, and fog lights help it shine brighter.

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Why the Facel Vega HK500 Is Collectable

Why the Facel Vega HK500 Is Collectable

By Benjamin Shahrabani / 14 Jul 2014 / 6 Comments Read More

The Collector is a weekly series produced in association with Gear Patrol.

The Facel Vega HK500 combines a beautiful European handcrafted body and chassis with a proven, American engine. This type of combination has been used before–Iso, Bristol, Jensen, and De Tomaso spring to mind–but it’s a good one. You won’t have to worry too much if any mechanical issues come up, as you could pop down to your local Chrysler dealer, or even Auto Zone.

This is the Ultimate Wooden Yacht

This is the Ultimate Wooden Yacht

By Jonathan WC Mills / 14 Jul 2014
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As the summer sun heats up our office the natural inclination is to dream of cooling off. And given our specialty is vintage luxury, those thoughts often circle back to wooden boats, or more specifically, the ultimate wooden boat. The Aquarama, Riva’s most popular boat, was in production for a staggering thirty-four years.

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Zero to Sixty in 32.6 Seconds

Zero to Sixty in 32.6 Seconds

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Jul 2014
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No, the zero-to-sixty time isn't remarkable nowadays, but it wasn't back then either. And frankly, you were probably better off using a calendar to measure this little Honda's acceleration than a stop-watch. But it was fun, didn't cost a fortune, and helped introduce much of the world to Hondas as cars.

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