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This Marlboro-Themed Porsche 911 Is Unfiltered

This Marlboro-Themed Porsche 911 Is Unfiltered

By Andrew Schneider / 31 Jul 2015 Read More

There is a moment in every automotive enthusiast’s life they will never forget. Sure, from a young age, we are all interested in automobiles, but I’m talking about that one moment where you know it’s a done deal. You would do anything for a moment behind the wheel, again. Pressing the pedal farther and farther, until you’re at seven grand and can’t hear a damn thing. The incredible Porsche 911 you see here was my moment.

It’s Time To Book A Trip To Arese: The Alfa Romeo Museum Is Open

It’s Time To Book A Trip To Arese: The Alfa Romeo Museum Is Open

By Jacopo Villa / 30 Jul 2015 / 3 Comments Read More

If you waited a long time to finally see cars like the Carabo, the BAT coupes, the DTM cars, or any Alfa dream car, you do not have to wait for a concours, Goodwood, or any other event. In 2015, you can book a flight or take the chance to put a few miles on your car to feast your eyes on the crown jewels of one of Italy's most revered car manufacturers.

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Introducing A Most Epic Alfa Romeo Journey

Introducing A Most Epic Alfa Romeo Journey

By Jethro Bronner / 29 Jul 2015
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A friend said that he would bet an Alfa Romeo 105 could be driven across Africa. It was all I could think of on the drive home. Could I really drive across Africa in an Alfa? If I missed my turn off and kept heading north, could I make it to Europe? It took a while to get going, but I’m on that trip, now.

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Up Close And Personal With The Devil’s Finest

Up Close And Personal With The Devil’s Finest

By Petrolicious Productions / 27 Jul 2015 / 9 Comments Read More

After a single phone call and nothing more than a dozen mails back and forth since february, I check the back of the old wagon for the last time. The gear is prepared, the moon still bright and my level of caffeine dangerously low. So, I go on to get my assistant for the day and off we are, the sun slowly rising, the coffee freshly brewed, and our Volvo groaning at full throttle towards south. Today, we’re going to experience the Alpine A110.

A Volkswagen Beetle Reborn To Keep Up With Modern Life

A Volkswagen Beetle Reborn To Keep Up With Modern Life

By Petrolicious Productions / 24 Jul 2015 / 23 Comments Read More

Volkswagen Beeltes are different from most cars. They never seem to go away, and yet, we’re sure that years of service have relegated most to the scrap heap—leaving fewer survivors each year. This fully restored 1956 oval window example, owned by Nicola in Bergamo, was recently tracked down by photographer Christian Baumann. What’s so special about it?

Does The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Instill Hope in the Driver?

Does The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider Instill Hope in the Driver?

By Afshin Behnia / 23 Jul 2015 / 30 Comments Read More

There was a time when “sports car” meant a car designed for sport, that is, a car whose primary, and often singular purpose was the sport of driving. Carrying groceries or kids was secondary, and the idea of integrating a purpose-built receptacle for your beverage would have been laughed at.

What Made The Datsun 510 Bluebird Coupe So Special?

What Made The Datsun 510 Bluebird Coupe So Special?

By Petrolicious Productions / 21 Jul 2015 / 4 Comments Read More

Nowadays there are few cars from Japan’s Miracle Years that escape the collector’s eye, but long before every grandma’s Toyota Corona or obscure Isuzu was sought for by street tuner and speculator alike, the Datsun 510 stood alone at the forefront of the classic J-tin vanguard.

110 MPH Terror From Italy: A Tuned Fiat 1100 TV by Pininfarina

110 MPH Terror From Italy: A Tuned Fiat 1100 TV by Pininfarina

By Jacopo Villa / 17 Jul 2015 / 5 Comments Read More

The summer is dedicated to car enthusiasts: the Mille Miglia, Goodwood, Villa d'Este, and so many others are among the major events that we wait for all year long, plus every weekend, you can go to different local car gatherings. And that’s how I stumbled upon the beauty you see here.

Looking Back At A Forgotten Mercedes-Benz Gullwing Supercar

Looking Back At A Forgotten Mercedes-Benz Gullwing Supercar

By Petrolicious Productions / 16 Jul 2015 / 6 Comments Read More

Mercedes-Benz's return to motor-racing in the late 1980s proved to be very successful, very quickly. Encouraged by its on-track exploits, the engineers at Stuttgart set out to construct a road-legal counterpart to the C11. The result, which was unveiled at the 1991 Frankfurt International Motor Show, was the C112.

Outfits of Future Cars

Outfits of Future Cars

By Michael Banovsky / 15 Jul 2015
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I’ve always been intrigued with the stark differences between how concept cars are treated around the world, with Italian supercars often partially covered by an attractive model, and early ’50s American concepts showing a glimpse of life that never quite happened. Here are some of my favorites.

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Up Close With Lancia’s Rare And Legendary D.50

Up Close With Lancia’s Rare And Legendary D.50

By Jacopo Villa / 15 Jul 2015
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In the car world, everyone loves to celebrate anniversaries, and they’re often special things to witness. For this particular occasion, visitors had the privilege of hearing the sound of one of the two original Lancia D.50 left in the world, a car raced originally by Luigi "Gigi" Villoresi.

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