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Watch the government 3D-print a Shelby Cobra replica

When you imagine a car being printed by something called the Big Area Additive Machine at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), you might picture a giant platform with the printer head hovering above. Maybe you imagine that some (possibly mad) genius in a lab coat and goggles loads a space-age material into the printer, and that printer starts laying down a car, layer by layer, beginning with the bottom of the tires and working up to the roof. It’s not quite like that, of course. As…

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Classic Ferrari 250 GTO set to become world’s most expensive car with £45 million price tag

classic Ferrari is expected to become the world’s most expensive car after it was put up for sale at £45 million. The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO – one of the world’s most sought after classic cars – was the second to roll off its production line and is one of only 36 ever made. It was raced at Le Mans and Sebring and, despite being more than 50 years old, is capable of 0 to 60mph in around six seconds and a top speed of more than 170mph. The Ferrari has…

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The Coolest Ford Ever? This 1966 Fairlane 500 R-Code Is A Big Block, Bench Seat, Four Speed Killer

When it comes to iconic muscle cars of the 1960s, the factory built drag specials by GM, Mopar, and Ford sit atop the heap both on horsepower and collectibility. Believe it or not, some of these cars have actually be overshadowed as time has gone on. Consider this car below. It is for sale at the princely asking price of $299, 995. How could someone be asking that much money for a 1966 Fairlane 500? This is one of less than 60 specially built factory cars that came equipped with…

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Canadian Tuner Working On Ballistic Widebody ’68 Dodge Charger

Ontario-based tuning shop Cyrious Garageworks is currently building what could become one of the world’s most insane 1968 Dodge Charger‘s. Although the build is far from complete, the enormity of the project is evident in these preliminary pictures showing off the muscle car’s heavily revised skin. So far, the car itself has been totally reworked from the chassis up. The front end comes sourced from a customized Crown Victoria while the rear has been modified in-house and outfitted with a bespoke four-link suspension setup. In between is a distinctive new…

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This 1938 Packard Wins Award, Then Rolls Into Lagoon

A rare, classic luxury car became completely submerged when it rolled into a lagoon Sunday just after winning best-of-class at a car show. The owner of the 1938 Packard 1605 Super Eight convertible sedan apparently forgot to apply the parking brake, according to Autoweek. Bystanders tried to stop the vintage vehicle from rolling backward but the nearly 4,000-pound vehicle was too heavy, according to the Island Packet. A diver and tow truck company worked to pull the car from the murky depths of the water hazard on the Port Royal Golf…

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Eccentric Uncle Hides A Car Worth $8.5 Million In His Dusty Garage For Decades

Iknow I’m not the only one who indulges in the occasional fantasy of discovering something valuable the next time I hit the flea market. After all, it feels like every other week, there’s a story about a lucky someone discovering an ancient painting by a Dutch master, or turning up a treasure trove of old WWII artifacts in the attic! Sure, it can’t happen for everyone, but it has to happen often enough to keep Antiques Roadshow going, so I like to hold onto the hope that my day will…

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The BMW M1 Prototype Built By Lamborghini Was Found In A Barn

It was the start of BMW’s M brand, therefore it was the beginning of an era. The BMW M1, a mid-engined, Giorgetto Giugiaro-designed street and race car, was originally a joint project between the German automaker and Lamborghini. But due to the latter’s money problems at the time, BMW ended up taking over the project entirely. While production began in 1978 and lasted until 1981, just 450 road cars were built. But what ever happened to the prototypes? Turns out at least one of them was stuffed away in a…

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This Indian Maharaja Bought 7 Rolls Royce Cars And Used Them For Garbage Collection

Indian Maharajas are popular around the world for their filthy rich lifestyles. Now a dying breed, during the pre-independence era, Maharajas were people not to be messed with. And Rolls Royce, needless to say one of the world’s finest automobile companies, learned this the hard way. This is Maharaja Jai Singh of Alwar. Back in 1920, the Maharaja, on a vacation to England casually walked into a Rolls Royce showroom. Since he was dressed very casually and didn’t have his escorts around, the salesman took him to be an Indian…

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A Michigan Family Is Selling A 127 MUSCLE Car Collection This Weekend – Here’s the List Of All The Cars AND The Prices

Some folks in Henry Ford’s home town of Dearborn, Michigan are keen to sell 127 cars, but they don’t own a dealership. That might sound like Elon Musk and Tesla trying to skirt franchise laws in the Motor City state, but it’s actually a cool collection of cars from the 50’s through 70’s. Blake Weldon’s Grandpa loved cars and built this 127 car collection over a period of 50 years. He died about a year ago and the family wants to find new sheppards for these old cruisers. If you love mid-seventies Cadillacs and Lincolns,  there are quite a few to…

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Carlisle family heirloom Jaguar E-Type seeks new home

Ahighly collectible, family owned 1972 Jaguar E-Type ‘barn find’ will be offered for sale at Classic Car Auctions’ (CCA) September Sale on 24th September at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre. The iconic Series III V12 Roadster, finished in yellow with a black leather interior, has been sitting dormant in a barn for 20 years having been passed down through the generations of one Carlisle family. The car was first registered on 3rd November 1972 and bought by a Carlisle based chemist in 1976. As a self-confessed Jaguar fanatic with other cars…

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