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The Bugatti that lay at the bottom of a lake for 73 years – the playboy owner didn’t want to pay the tax bill

He didn’t want to pay the customs bill so he drove it over the Italian border to nearby Lake Maggiore — the customs officers pushed into the deep waters of the lake. The value of the car was less than the money owed and the customs officer was compelled to destroy it. writes: For the locals around Lake Maggiore on the Italian-Swiss border, the mythology surrounding the Bugatti in the Lake was well known. This particular 1925 Bugatti Type 22 Brescia Roadster used to belong to Golden Age of Grand…

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Dodge considers return to NASCAR

Dodge wants to get back into NASCAR. Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles — the parent company of Dodge — confirmed the news Sunday. Marchionne was at Daytona International Speedway as part of the Ferrari Challenge World Finals, which wrapped up Sunday. FCA owns Ferrari, and Marchionne is CEO of that brand. When asked if he wanted to see Dodge back in NASCAR, he didn’t hesitate. “Yes I’d love to,” he said. “I talked to Jim France (executive vice-president of NASCAR) about this just last night.” Dodge officially left NASCAR in 2012. The…

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Barn Finds Best 

Amazing 100-car barn find discovered in France

Fewer than 60 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyders were ever built, making it one of the most prized and pricey classic cars in the world. The lineage of each surviving example is as obsessively researched as the bloodline of a world-class race horse. Which is why the discovery of a previously unknown California Spyder among a secret French collection of 100 classic cars has the automotive world in an uproar. Talk about a barn find. The jaw-dropping Ferrari is just one of 100 cars in the Baillon Collection, hoarded away by shipping magnate…

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Muscle Cars 

6 Classic Muscle Cars That Aren’t American

What was the first muscle car? In America that’s a hotly-debated question among enthusiasts, and depending on where you’re at, could possibly even lead to a fist fight. To even begin answering that question, one must consider the definition of a muscle car. Some say it’s a basic concept of a big V8 in a small car. Others get far more specific, claiming that muscle cars can only be American-built from the 1960s or early 1970s, running a thumping pushrod V8 to drive a solid rear axle in a two-door,…

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