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Rusty 1961 Jaguar E-type that doesn’t run sells for £78,000 at auction

A rusty old Jaguar convertible which does not run has sold at auction for more than £77,000 – nearly five times its estimate – and the new owner will now have to spend another £120,000 to get it on the road. Incredibly, the dilapidated E-Type Roadster sold for £77,760 – the same price as a brand new, top-of-the-range F-Type convertible – its spiritual successor.  This is because it is one of the extremely rare ‘Flat Floor’ models, of which there are thought to be just 170 left in existence. What a…

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A Ford Sierra Cosworth Graveyard in Sweden

The Ford Sierra RS Cosworth: an ’80s icon of high-performance motoring in Europe, popular with rallying and touring car teams, as well as those who simply liked to drive fast. Nowadays you don’t see too many driving around, and this Sierra Cosworth graveyard in Sweden may be one reason why. Filmed by YouTube user flexie, the classic collection is understood to be located some 62 miles outside Sweden’s capital Stockholm. Multiple cars stand quietly side-by-side, spanning various models of Cosworth from those sporting the distinctive ‘whale tail’ to later, more low-key…

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Barn Finds 

Amazing Barn Find: Long-lost’32 Ford Was Drag-Racing Car

This 1932 Ford three-window coupe, the one and only “deuce coupe,” was found a few months ago in a barn by Cary automobile collector Kenny Robins. Fords were the mainstay of early hot rodders nationwide – especially the 1932 to 1948 models. (Photo provided) There are two words that will immediately get the attention of any person who is into collector cars: barn find. A barn find is any vehicle at least 25 years old that has been found in old barn or hidden out of sight from the general…

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Inside GMC’s Mighty 702 Cubic-Inch V12

Presenting one of the largest gasoline engines ever produced by General Motors: the 702 cubic-inch Twin Six used in GMC trucks of the 1960s. Here’s more on this fascinating dinosaur. Not a common sight even in the GMC trucks it was intended for, the General Motors Twin Six of 1960 through 1966 was largely forgotten by gearheads until just a few years ago, when it suddenly captured the imaginations of extreme custom car builders, most notably Randy Grubb of Blastolene Special fame. The fabulous Blastolene B702 proudly sports a GMC V12,…

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