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Devin Sports Cars Lives Again

"What If“: Back in 1961, attempts were made to try to put together a deal between Chevrolet and a Southern California entrepreneur named Bill...

2021. Vanwall Is Back

Welcome to this short but incredible story about the mighty Vanwall race team and the car they built and ran in 1958 to win...

Icon: Porsche 934

Based on the newly introduced 911 Turbo (930), Porsche first created a Group 5 competition car (935) and then readied a Group 4 version...

The Return Of The Legendary Scarab

Scarab , the legendary racing car returns - a limited number of FIA approved Scarabs will be handbuilt to original specifications It all began in...

The Trailblazer Returns: Porsche 917-001

The first Porsche 917, from 1969, is being restored to its original condition using state-of-the-art technology and old-fashioned elbow grease. On the evening of 10...

Bonhams: The Monaco Sale

'Les Grandes Marques à Monaco' is the 29th auction in the Principality of Monaco. 2021 is also the year of the 12th Historic Grand...

Twelve Questions For Christian & Nick Traber

Graber Sportgarage AG was founded in the 1980s following the takeover of the world-famous car body shop Hermann Graber in Wichtrach. Over the years,...

The Forgotten Icon – Cuba‘s Racing Gullwing

Amongst enthusiasts, rumors had existed for decades about a forgotten Mercedes Benz 300 SL in Cuba. One of them did not give up the...

Seven Questions For Alois Ruf

The fascination of RUF sports cars can be experienced with all the senses. The unique symphony of panting turbochargers and whistling relief valves merge...

Icon: McLaren M3A Oldsmobile

Created early in 1966, the McLaren M3A was intended for use in Formula Libre events but also starred as a camera car in John...

Icon: Ferrari 156 Sharknose

With the Ferrari 156 "Sharknose" - designed by new engineer Carlo Chiti - Ferrari joined the rear-engine revolution. The chassis was a tubular spaceframe...

Icon: De Tomaso Pantera

When the Modena-based company Automobili De Tomaso presented the Pantera in New York in 1970 as the successor to the De Tomaso Mangusta, hardly...