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Rust-free Classic BMW For Sale

Rust-free Classic BMW For Sale

By Petrolicious Productions / 22 Apr 2014

These cars don't come around too often. The BMW 2000CS replaced the BMW 3200CS, which was seen as too inefficient due to its V8. Indeed, the 2000CS bowed with a four-cylnder. However, the 2000 series features the 3200's Bertone styling with a much sleeker front end.

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This Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche is a Masterpiece of Madness

This Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche is a Masterpiece of Madness

By Andrey Smazhilo / 22 Apr 2014 / 5 Comments Read More

Akira Nakai is a Japanese master who makes some of the most radical modifications available to Porsche 911s. His company, Rauh-Welt Begriff, is all about the bodywork that makes these cars stand out completely. Nakai-San also does suspension, engine and transmission modifications but those wide flares and massive rear wing couldn’t be mistaken for anything but RWB.

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There Are at Least Three Reasons to Buy this BMW M3

There Are at Least Three Reasons to Buy this BMW M3

By Petrolicious Productions / 18 Apr 2014

The BMW E30 M3 is legendary for three reasons: first, it provided the basis for a racing monster that won championships in multiple European series'. Second, it solidified the reputation of the peerless BMW 3-series. And finally, it is simply an amazing car to drive.

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He Found his Dad's Porsche 993, Sold Years Earlier, Online

He Found his Dad's Porsche 993, Sold Years Earlier, Online

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Apr 2014
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Five years had passed and still I thought about it and how I'd like to buy it back. Then one day I was browsing cars online and I saw this Speed Yellow 993 that looked remarkably similar to my dad's.  I immediately called the guy, asked a few questions about the car, and scheduled an appointment to look at it. Then I called my dad.

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New 24 Hours of Le Mans Exhibit at Porsche Museum Is a Must-See

New 24 Hours of Le Mans Exhibit at Porsche Museum Is a Must-See

By Petrolicious Productions / 14 Apr 2014
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The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany, is celebrating the return to Le Mans with its special exhibition that celebrates Porsche's Le Mans history. Throughout the entire 24-hour duration of this year's race on the museum will be free and open to the public and will be streaming the race on screens around the museum.

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Borrow a Porsche 911 And Go Off Road

Borrow a Porsche 911 And Go Off Road

By Petrolicious Productions / 9 Apr 2014 / 8 Comments Read More

Whilst refueling at a dusty station in Acton, I had an epiphany that lead to a ringing phone in North Hollywood. John enthusiastically agreed that photographing his car on unpaved roads in the high desert would be a great homage to the original Rothmans’ machines. Off I went in search of mud! Continuing through the Antelope Valley, the SCRS stormed along the forgotten desert road with ease.

This is the Grandfather of Every German Sports Sedan

This is the Grandfather of Every German Sports Sedan

By Doug DeMuro / 3 Apr 2014
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Ask any owner of a modern high-performance luxury sedan–a BMW M5, a Mercedes E63 AMG–what the grandfather of the high-performance luxury sedan is, and you’re sure to get the same answer: cars don’t have grandfathers. That’s because M5 and E63 owners can’t be bothered with frivolous things like riddles and hypothetical questions. They’re too busy talking on their phone at stoplights.

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If You Can't Afford Your Own Race Team, Build It!

If You Can't Afford Your Own Race Team, Build It!

By Petrolicious Productions / 2 Apr 2014
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With an incredible attention to detail, this set features the Martini racing team’s Porsche collection, including a 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo, 935/76 Turbo, 935/78 Moby Dick, and a 936/77. Malte even thoughtfully built a Volkswagen T1 team support vehicle and a Ford C-Type race car transporter too. You know, to transport the cars to races.

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Classic Porsche Costs Less Than A New Camry

Classic Porsche Costs Less Than A New Camry

By Petrolicious Productions / 28 Mar 2014
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With the prices of 1960s-era 911s creeping into the unaffordable range, this 1969 912 is just the ticket to getting in on some Teutonic sports car action.Two-thousand miles ago, $10,000 were spent rebuilding the original, numbers-matching motor but with larger pistons and rebuilt carbs plus a new clutch and flywheel.

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Father and Son Porsche 911 Nut-and-Bolt Rebuild

Father and Son Porsche 911 Nut-and-Bolt Rebuild

By Petrolicious Productions / 25 Mar 2014
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They tried to give the car a classic look without making extreme modifications to the body and compromising the car's distinctive ‘impact bumper’ look. And they bought it because the car has a lot of character with the unmistakable sound of an air-cooled flat-six engine and the weight distribution of a hammer - characteristics which make it much more fun to drive.

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Driven by Design: BMW E9 3.0CS

Driven by Design: BMW E9 3.0CS

By Yoav Gilad / 24 Mar 2014 / 9 Comments Read More

Proportionally, the 3.0CS does a masterful job of deceiving the eye. It is a truly beautiful car, don’t misunderstand, but there is a successful combination of elements designed to hide certain packaging constraints. For instance, the doors are mounted closer to the front wheels than rear, which is most certainly not a front engine, rear-wheel drive look.