Classic Cars 

Ready To Soot Yourself? Check This 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300 TD Wagon

BY CRISTIAN GNATICOV| carscoops.com From 1976 to 1986, Mercedes-Benz produced the W123, one of the predecessors of the E-Class. It replaced the old W114 and came in several body styles, including sedan, station wagon, coupe and limousine. Regarded as one of the most reliable Mercedes-Benz cars ever made, the W123 has become a timeless icon. Examples can still be seen running all over the world, although the best of them come at a hefty price. This one, for instance, is advertised by HymanLTD for $47,500, which would land you a mid-spec C-Class or a GLC…

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12 Most Amazing Gas Turbine Monsters of 1960s

During the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, gas turbine American mainline trucks were supposed to be the start of a revolution in the freight industry. Some people even thought that they would lead to a revolution in the entire automobile industry! Things didn’t quite turn out that way, but the era still saw some mighty and magnificent vehicles being built. We’ve handpicked the most innovative and exciting designs from those years to showcase for you in this video. Some of them may look a little strange by modern standards, but at…

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The first car ever running live! The Benz Motorwagen (1885)

This is rare footage of the world’s first car’s engine igniting & running. From Wikipedia: After developing a successful gas-powered two-stroke piston engine in 1873, Karl Benz focused on developing a motorized vehicle. His Patent Motorwagen (or Motor Car), introduced in 1886, is widely regarded as the first purpose-built automobile, that is a vehicle designed from the ground up to be motorized. Benz unveiled it officially on July 3, 1886 on the Ringstraße in Mannheim, Germany. The vehicle was patented with German patent number 37435, which Benz applied for on…

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This Country Is Filled With Classic Cars

Scroll through Havana’s Instagram geotag and you’ll see countless photos of colorful cogs. The streets of Cuba are teeming with 60,000 classic American cars and it’s an iconic experience for the islands visitors. A majority of tourists can tell a story about riding down the malecon in a hot pink Chevy Belair or driving through Havana city center, and a baby blue Cadillac, but how do these classic cars get there and more importantly why did they stay? In the 1940s and 1950s Cuba had a strong urban middle class…

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Classic Cars 

1958 Chevrolet BelAir 348

This is one of the BEST 348 equipped 1958 BelAir Chevrolets you will ever see. This car is fully equipped with a built 348, 3-speed manual on the column, power windows, power steering, air conditioning, Wonderbar Radio. Finish in its correct two-tone paint. The undercarriage is finished in red oxide primer. The frame and components are powder-coated. The interior is OEM.  

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