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The Porsche 356 Visualized

The Porsche 356 Visualized

By Petrolicious Productions / 30 Oct 2014
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In conjunction with Tuesday's Outlaw Porsche video, we wanted to share more information about the wonderful bathtub Porsches. So we've created a Petrolicious infographic that is chock full of interesting tidbits about the iconic car. For instance, did you know that the 500th Porsche was built in the fourth year of production?

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What is the Scariest Car You've Ever Driven?

What is the Scariest Car You've Ever Driven?

By Yoav Gilad / 27 Oct 2014
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Over the last few years there has been a big fuss about cars that try to kill you. Typically, they pack lots of horsepower into a razor sharp package like the Lancia Stratos, which was designed with a short wheelbase so that it could pivot easily over rally courses. According to Phil Toledano, who owns one, "I live in terror when I drive it," due to horror stories related to its twitchy nature.

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October Instagram Roundup

October Instagram Roundup

By Petrolicious Productions / 25 Oct 2014
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We've selected some of our favorite #drivetastefully Instagram photos to share here on our site (left column). You can follow us @PetroliciousCo to get a glimpse behind the scenes of our film and photo shoots, sneak peeks of upcoming video subjects, and keep up to date with our daily automotive adventures. Also featured, on the right, are some Petrolisti who tagged their beautiful shots.

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What Classic German Sports Sedan Would You Buy for Under $25k?

What Classic German Sports Sedan Would You Buy for Under $25k?

By Sam Webber / 20 Oct 2014
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German manufacturers including BMW, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz have churned out many of the most notable sporty four-doors, packed with the style and performance you’d expect from the more expensive sports car models of their line ups. By the late ‘80s, a myriad of German sports sedans had been produced and refined, yet some clearly outshined others...

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The Art of the Pin-Up

The Art of the Pin-Up

By Petrolicious Productions / 17 Oct 2014
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Pin-up art's roots lay in post-Victorian England and began, according to some, as a positive affirmation of feminine beauty that rejected the shame associated with physicality during the Victorian period. Those who disagree point to the objectification of women and claim this work demeans them. Regardless of your opinion, there is no debate as to the mastery of the artists behind the work.

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The Speed and Motion of the Classic Motorcycle

The Speed and Motion of the Classic Motorcycle

By Petrolicious Productions / 10 Oct 2014
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Motorcycle use exploded in the earlier part of the twentieth century. Spurring it on were talented designers and illustrators such as Messrs. Georges Hamel, Roger Pérot, and Max Ponty who worked for advertising firms. Almost invariably, their art captured the excitement of rushing through the wind with the rest of the world whizzing by at a standstill.

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Share Your Best Roadtrip Photo With Us!

Share Your Best Roadtrip Photo With Us!

By Petrolicious Productions / 29 Sep 2014
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Last week, Petrolista-in-charge Afshin Behnia shared a photo he took of his Alfa Romeo GTV on the Pacific Coast Highway, on our Facebook page and it received quite a good response. In fact, many people responded by sharing their own road trip photos and pics of their cars. And so we're running an informal contest where you can't really win anything except...

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What is the Greatest Pre-'90 Eight-Cylinder Engine?

What is the Greatest Pre-'90 Eight-Cylinder Engine?

By Yoav Gilad / 22 Sep 2014
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That Mr. Henry Ford revolutionized the auto industry is no big secret. But besides helping along America's love affair with the car, he also got us hooked on cheap V8 power beginning in 1932. Previously, Ford only built four-cylinders for its passenger cars but with the introduction of the Flathead, V8s went mainstream in the US...

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What is the Best Classic Car to Daily Drive?

What is the Best Classic Car to Daily Drive?

By Afshin Behnia / 15 Sep 2014
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Many folks think that classic cars are unsuitable for daily driving and perhaps if you own a Ferrari 625/250 TRC this is true. But isn't it a joy to drive your classic? And doesn't it make sense to maximize the feelings and fun you have when cruising or attacking canyons? I think it absolutely does.

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Before Driving One, Familiarize Yourself with the First Skyline

Before Driving One, Familiarize Yourself with the First Skyline

By Petrolicious Productions / 12 Sep 2014
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Before the 600hp monster that is the Nissan GT-R NISMO, the R32, the Hakosuka, even before Nissan and Prince merged, came the Prince Skyline in 1957. It sported a lowly 1.5L 60hp engine and looked to all the world like a slimmed-down General Motors knock-off. But in spite of its derivative appearance it showcased Japanese manufacturing prowess to the world...

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