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Archive for the ‘Classic Cars’ Category

PostHeaderIcon Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake

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One of the most iconic American cars of all time, the Shelby Cobra, came to be in 1962 when Carroll Shelby combined Ford-made V-8 engines with British-designed AC Ace bodies. Although the Ace was fairly old and close to discontinuation in 1962, it’s lightweight structure helped Shelby create one of the greatest American sports cars. Built until 1968 in various road-legal and race-spec configurations, the Cobra reached its performance peak when the Super Snake was launched in 1966. Called the “Cobra to end all Cobras,” the Super Snake is the rarest of the bunch, and it still holds the title for the most expensive American car sold at auction.

“When I built this dual supercharged 427 Cobra in 1966, I wanted it to be the fastest, meanest car on the road,” Shelby told Barrett-Jackson in 2007 when the roadster was auctioned for its record price. “Forty years later, it will still kick the tail of just about anything in the world. It’s the fastest street legal Cobra I’ve ever owned.”

Let’s find out more about this tremendous classic in the review below.

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PostHeaderIcon Video: Petrolicious Gets Up Close and Personal With a ’66 Ford GT40

This year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans may have come and gone (congrats, Toyota!), but truth be told, we’re still feeling a but wistful for that epic and legendary endurance event. So when we came across this high-quality profile video on a 1966 Ford GT40, courtesy of our friends over at Petrolicious, we just knew we had to feature it.

In typical Petrolicious fashion, the video includes gorgeous shots of the car, both sitting and in motion, with a healthy dollop of informative and entertaining narration laid on top. All good stuff, but the car – man, this thing is a real treat. Not only is it a beautiful thing to behold, looking pretty much perfect from every angle, but the sound of the big block 427 V-8 doing its thing will send electricity up and down your spine.

Owner Ted Baird assembled his GT40 to be as faithful to the original as possible, implementing as many original parts as he could find to create something that was not only visually representative of the machines that took top honors at Le Mans, but mechanically representative as well. It’s not a replica – it’s an official GT40P Mk. II, just not one of the original vehicles.

All told, the car is stunning, and hearing Baird unleash it on the track will get you amped. “This is pure, on-hands, manual, throw-it-around race car.” Baird explains. “But, that’s part of the challenge. If you can race something like this, you should be able to race anything.”

PostHeaderIcon Restoration: The Beautiful 1974 Jaguar E-Type Series 3

Restorations are always fun; the beauty of retro aligning with the technology of today, the old-school interiors getting a touch of modern material. While car lovers take this up as a task and do it themselves, there are professional companies which also do it. One such company is E-type UK, which specializes in restoring only the Jaguar E-Type models. This time around, they have restored a 1974 Jaguar E-Type Series 3.

PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini restores Espada and Islero for their 50th anniversary celebrations

In a time when modern supercars are defined by how outlandish they can look, the Lamborghini Espada and Lamborghini Islero provide reminders that there once was a time when “sexy” didn’t always equate to having the most menacing-looking car in the business. The two Italian icons are still considered two of the finest Lamborghinis ever created, and as the two celebrate their golden jubilee, Lamborghini announced that it has successfully restored the Islero and the Espada that belong to the Lamborghini Museum.

PostHeaderIcon Heavy Metal Model A

One of the most amazing things about car customization is that there are no rules about how it should be done or what you can and can’t do. And that means if you’ve got the skills and the imagination, you can turn any four-wheeled machine into a rolling piece of art, an expression of creativity capable of rivaling anything you might see hung in a museum or played on the radio. Such is the case with this hot rod Ford Model A, created by the talented folks on Velocity’s original series Speed Is The New Black for a rock star client.

Continue reading to learn more about the Heavy Metal Model A.

PostHeaderIcon Celebrate 70 Years of Porsche with a Porsche 356-Themed 1919 Datetimer Watch

Porsche is throwing another wrinkle to its 70th-anniversary celebrations by creating a limited edition timepiece called the 1919 Daytimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition. The commemorative watch is limited to just 1,948 pieces, a nod to the year the German automaker was founded. Each watch costs €2,948, or close to $3,500 based on current exchange rates.

PostHeaderIcon Celebrate 70 Years of Porsche with a Porsche 356-Themed 1919 Datetimer Watch

Porsche is throwing another wrinkle to its 70th-anniversary celebrations by creating a limited edition timepiece called the 1919 Daytimer 70Y Sports Car Limited Edition. The commemorative watch is limited to just 1,948 pieces, a nod to the year the German automaker was founded. Each watch costs €2,948, or close to $3,500 based on current exchange rates.

PostHeaderIcon Video if the Day: 9 Rarest Cars and Their Price Tags

If you could take home any of these cars, which would you choose? Can we just fill up our garage?

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Wrecks to Riches – “The Green Car”

In light of St. Patricks Day, we figure there’s no better way to celebrate than to watch this episode about “The Green Car.” So, grab yourself some green beer, and kick back for the next hour.


PostHeaderIcon Mercedes Reveals Five Untold Stories in Latest “Best of Benz” Video Series

Mercedes-Benz’s video series, “Best of Benz,” is back with a new episode that’s going to raise a lot of curious eyebrows. The short 73-second episode dives into five unique factoids that you may not have known about the German automaker. Considering the fact that Mercedes has roots dating all the way back to 1900, there are some stories that have fallen through the cracks that make for great trivia-night questions these days. For example, did you know that Karl Benz — he’s the “Benz” in Mercedes-Benz — was the first person to get written permission to legally drive a car? So, if anybody asks who the first person was to get a driver’s license, the answer, apparently, isn’t some random nobody. It’s the guy who was instrumental in founding one of the world’s biggest automakers today.


The short episode talks about five untold series to come out of Mercedes-Benz’s archives. In addition to Karl Benz’s place in history as the first person to get legal permission to drive a car, Mercedes’ history also includes a unique car that was used by the German automaker for data collecting and testing purposes. That car was a Mercedes-Benz 300 Wagon Measuring Car. The car was used before the world started relying heavily on computers. A bundle of wires was connected from a test car to a Merc 300 SL Measuring Car, and the latter would then accompany the test car so it can gather data on it.

The episode briefly talked about another important aspect of Mercedes testing: the Climatic Wind Tunnel. We all know that a lot of companies use wind tunnels for testing purposes, but Merc’s version of a wind tunnel takes it to another level. Apparently, it can test extreme weather conditions, giving engineers an idea on how some of Merc’s models respond to occasions of extreme heat or cold. Notice the amount of ice build-up on the test car? That’s extreme, alright.


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“The German automaker was also the first company to use systematic crash tests on its models.”

The German automaker was also the first company to use systematic crash tests on its models. It started doing it in 1959, often using rocket technology to improve car safety. I’d say being a pioneer in that regard turned out well for Mercedes as it’s now considered one of the best automakers in developing safe cars. Who knows, its dedication to developing new technologies could open one day open the door for the return of the Bionic Concept, a box-like vehicle that Mercedes created back in 2005. It wasn’t the prettiest of concepts, but it did generate a lot of attention, not only because of its peculiar box, fish-like look but also because it paved the way for a future that we’re only starting to realize.

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PostHeaderIcon Valentine’s Day Special: 5 Romantic Vintage Car Ads

Originating a Western Christian feast day honoring early saints named Valentinus, Valentine’s Day has grown into significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance. Initially popular in England and English-speaking countries in the 19th century, it spread to other countries around the world in the second half of the 20th century. Although not a public holiday, it’s become so important that many companies and retailers are spending a lot of money on advertising ahead of February 14th. Automakers have also joined this trend, and nearly every important manufacturer launches a romantic video around this date.

But the romance theme has been used for car advertising since the early days of the automobile. Although not necessarily related to Valentine’s Day, it’s a theme that goes back to the early 1900, and it has been used quite extensively in the 1960s and 1970s, especially in the United States. Modern commercials are pretty cool too, but for this year’s Valentine’s Day, I’m looking back over a handful of vintage, printed ads just to see how carmakers were approaching this theme back in the day.

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The Classic Beach Scenario


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Pontiac’s ad for the 1964 Bonneville is as classic as it gets. Although the description doesn’t say a word about romantic walks on the beach or a getaway with your loved one in a convertible, the image suggests just that. Actually, many 1960s print ads exploit this theme with a close-up on a big, fancy car and a background showing the sun setting above the sea, a sandy beach, palm trees, and a well-dressed, middle-aged couple. Unless the car is a Volkswagen Microbus and the fancy couple is replaced by young people in bathing suits that are carrying surfing boards.

The Love Bug


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Volkswagen’s “Love Bug” is arguably among the most iconic car commercials ever released on print. The image with the two Beetles almost side by side and the drivers sticking their heads out the window to kiss has inspired many ads since then, including one for the modern Mini Cooper. Although image itself is romantic, the text is rather cheesy. Sentences like “a sweetheart of a deal,” “lovely racing type wheels,” and “cute black trim” shouldn’t be on a car poster (unless it’s a Nissan Figaro), but I guess it was a good way to get to the younger audience back in the 1960s. But “Love Bug” wasn’t just a title for an ad. It was an actual limited edition version of the Beetle inspired by the 1969 “Herbie: The Love Bug” film. Oh, did I mention that these cars were available in “red hot red” and “luscious lime green?”

Falling in Love with a Volvo


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While the previous ads are more about spending time as a couple, Volvo’s commercial for the 1977 GT is a love story between a man and his Swedish coupe. There are no subliminal messages and no romantic landscapes, just a guy washing his Volvo GT in front of the garage. And the story about how he fell in love with the GT while servicing his other Volvo at the dealerships. Sure, not many people trade in a 35,000-mile vehicle to get a brand-new one just like that, but I can definitely see it happen. An ad for single men on Valentine’s Day I guess?

The Buick Love Story


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This ad is not only the oldest, dating back to 1939, but it’s also the most serious in this list. It takes a couple of minutes to read it, which makes it way too time consuming for the 21st century. I don’t know if this was the norm 80 years ago and if this commercial had notable results, but it’s definitely different. More than half of the poster tells the story of a traveling salesman trying to convince an attractive woman to take a ride in his fancy car. At the end of the rather lengthy dialogue, during which the man mentions all of the car’s features, he finds out that the farmer’s daughter is actually driving the same Buick. It all end with the woman asking him to “race to town.” Not likely to happen in the real world, but bringing a woman in a discussion that would usually take place between two gearheads turns it into a love story. Sort of.

Forget about them Italian Supercars


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And we’re down to my last ad, which is not only the cheesiest, but it also comes from a Japanese automaker we don’t hear much about these days. I’m talking about Daihatsu, a company known for its utility vehicles, kei cars, and innovative technologies. This ad is about he Hijet, a really small MPV that made big waves in Asia and Europe between the 1970s and the late 1990s. Very small MPV are difficult to promote because they’re not exactly spacious and use really small engines, but Daihatsu found a funny way to make it stand out by dubbing it a “little babe-magnet” and calling out gearheads to forget Italian racers if they want to find a date. The “picks up five times more women than a Lamborghini” punchline is clever and funny at the same time. Okay, so it’s not exactly romantic, but it’s the kind of ad that single man can relate to.

Any other vintage ads I should have included on this list? Make sure you drop them in the comments box below.

PostHeaderIcon FCA’s New “Reloaded by Creators” Service is Your Chance To Own a Classic Fiat or Alfa Romeo

Jaguar’s decision to complete the D-Type’s original production run isn’t the only significant thing to come out of the Retromobile show in Paris. Turns out, Fiat Chrysler Automobile also announced a similar initiative called “Reloaded by Creators.” The new sales service was created in part because FCA is now opening its books to sell a limited number of carefully selected classic cars, purchased by the service, and restored to their original condition. The proceeds generated by the sale of these classics will go to new “scouting activities” that will strengthen FCA’s own historic collection.


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“FCA says that the Reloaded by Creators service will also set the stage for avid fans and collectors of classic Alfa Romeos, Fiats, Lancias, and Abarths to have opportunities at owning a collectible vehicle from any of these brands”

FCA says that the Reloaded by Creators service will also set the stage for avid fans and collectors of classic Alfa Romeos, Fiats, Lancias, and Abarths to have opportunities at owning a collectible vehicle from any of these brands. Off the bat, there are five models that are being offered, including a 1991 Alfa Spider Spider, a 1973 Lancia Fulvia Coupe Montecarlo, a 1981 Pininfarina Spiderueropa, a 1989 Alfa Romeo SZ, and a 1959 Lancia Appia Coupe.

Of these give models, FCA describes the first three — the Alfa Spider, Lancia Fulvia, and Pininfarina Spiderueropa — as “ultimate classics,” a term the automaker uses for the “last versions of their series to be built.” They’re also the most “complete in terms of engineering and design.” Meanwhile, the other two models for sale — the Alfa Romeo SZ and the Lancia Appia Coupe — are described as “unusual custom cars that not everyone will know about.” Take those words for what they’re worth.

Neither FCA nor its new Reloaded by Creators program have indicated the sale price of any of these classics. It did say that all five cars come complete with certificates of authenticity.

In case you’re interested in any of the five FCA classics, a brief description of each model can be found below.

1991 Alfa Romeo Spider


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Arguably the most famous Alfa Romeo convertible in history, the Spider is, without question, a crown jewel of any Alfa Romeo collector. This particular model belongs to the last version of the Spider to be built, which also happens to be the last series that Battista Pininfarina worked on in person. The model FCA is selling has been in its possession for almost 30 years, and was used for “technical tests” over the years.

1989 Alfa Romeo SZ


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If the 1991 Alfa Romeo Spider isn’t your thing, you can opt to get the 1989 Alfa Romeo SZ. This model exclusively wore the Alfa Red color and was limited to just 1,000 units. The model in question also wears the date “15 September 1989,” which presumably was the date it was built. It also traces its roots to the Balocco race circuit where it was used for “testing and experiments.”

1973 Lancia Fulvia Coupe Montecarlo


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The Lancia Fulvia Coupe Montecarlo traces its roots to the Fulvia Coupe, which was launched in 1965 on a shortened version of the Fulvia sedan chassis. The Montecarlo special edition was created to celebrate Lancia’s victory in the 1972 Montecarlo Rally behind the effort of drivers Sandro Munari and Mario Manucci. This specific model doesn’t have the most powerful of engines — it only has a 90-horsepower 1.3-liter unit — but it still has its original black registration plates. That has to count for something.

1959 Lancia Appia Coupe


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The 2+2 coupé was designed by Pininfarina. It also holds the distinction of being one of the few models that were built on a chassis that Lancia used for its custom-built vehicles. While it’s not the same model, the Appia Coupe also has a special place in the annals of Italian cinema as the model driven by Sylva Koscina in Luigi Zampa’s film “The Traffic Policeman.” I’ve never heard of that movie, but I’m sure it was good enough to have the Appia Coupe in it.

1981 Spidereuropa Pininfarina


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We all know the current Fiat 124 Spider, but back when it was still in its first incarnation, it gave birth to the Pininfarina Spidereuropa. This particular is one of the first models of the Spidereuropa to be built by Pininfarina as a last ode to the OG 124 Sport Spider. It only has 10,000 kilometers in its odometer, a relatively small mileage considering its age and history.

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PostHeaderIcon A Classic Jaguar is Being Brought Back To Life

While it’s not exactly as famous as the Jaguar E-Type — no Jag is — the D-Type is still regarded as one of the most iconic Jaguars in history. Only 75 D-Type units were built in the late 1950s after Jaguar initially planned to build 100 units. Apparently, Jag’s failure to reach its intended goal has gnawed at the company for years. Well, Jag’s finally doing something to address that by announcing plans to build the last 25 units of the D-Type. This is not a drill, folks. Jaguar really is going to build the last 25 units of the iconic race car, completing what it should’ve done 60 years ago.


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“The D-Type won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three years in a row, from 1955 to 1957”

Raise your hands if you saw this one coming? I’m well aware of the existence of JLR Classic Works and the kinds of projects it’s worked on over the years. This is the same JLR division that built six Lightweight E-Type models back in 2014. It’s also the same company that produced nine units of the Jag XKSS in 2016, rebuilt early Range Rovers, and rebuild the E-Type Series 1. In some ways, this isn’t a surprising move from Jaguar.

But I still can’t wrap my head around Jaguar’s plan to complete the production run of the D-Type 60 years after it was supposed to. There’s something unnerving about it, especially when you consider that the D-Type’s provenance — it won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three years in a row, from 1955 to 1957 — has helped elevate the race car’s price in the safe zone of nine figures. In fact, the same D-Type that won the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans actually went for a staggering $21.78 million.

The opportunity to complete the planned production run, though, was too good to pass up. “Completing its planned production run in Coventry, is one of those once-in-a-lifetime projects that our world-class experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic are proud to fulfill,” Tim Hannig, Jaguar Land Rover Classic Director, said.


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“The same D-Type that won the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans actually went for a staggering $21.78 million.”

It’s unclear how Jaguar Classic plans to proceed with the development of the 25 remaining D-Types. Are they going to be built using period-specific parts, or is Jaguar Classic going to adopt a more modern approach to their production? This is one of many questions that we need answers too, though we do know now that the people who will be tasked to recreate the D-Types will have access to the company’s original engineering drawings and records so that the vehicles will be as authentic as possible. Interested buyers will get a chance to choose between a short D-Type nose or the long-nose version of the original model.

Regardless of what happens with this build, you can expect this “new” old D-Types to e the toast of the town when they make their debut in the future. A lot of people are already losing their minds over this, and we still know next-to-nothing about it. Imagine the kind of reaction Jaguar will get when the last 25 D-Types are finally built.

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PostHeaderIcon We Found a Bunch of Cool Classic Cars at the Chicago Auto Show

When you’re a full-blown gearhead, each auto show, no matter how small, is a reason to celebrate the wonderful world of cars. However, when an event such as the Chicago Auto Show comes right after Detroit, the year’s first major show, things aren’t that exciting. Although there are a few cool cars worth mentioning, such as the Volkswagen Arteon, trucks from Ram and Toyota TRD, and a race-spec Hyundai i30 N, Chicago was packed with cars we’ve seen before and not-so-impressive limited-edition models. Fortunately, this year’s event also included a big display of vintage vehicles.

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It’s always cool to see so many classic cars in one spot. I don’t about you, but it takes me back in time to an era when automobile design was more about the looks than the aerodynamics. It also reminds me of the good old days when big-displacement engines were the norm. Not that I’m against eco-friendly and fuel-efficient drivetrains, but big fins, spacious interiors, and big V-8 engines make a great combination. And there’s plenty of that in Chicago, especially in the Klairmont Kollection that’s on display here.


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“Created by Gary Fioto, this thing looked as if it came from another world back in the 1950s”

Make sure you don’t miss it if you like big luxury cars from the 1930s to the 1960s and be on the lookout for a few unique vehicles, such as the 1955 Ford Beatnik Bubble Top. Created by Gary Fioto, this thing looked as if it came from another world back in the 1950s thanks to its lexan bubble roof, sculpted fenders and wheel covers, aggressive fins, and the big engine popping through the hood. The one-off Ford is estimated to worth around $300,000 and you probably won’t get to see it anywhere else anytime soon.


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“Then there's the incredible Rolls-Royce Phantom III Aero Coupe, a massive two-door that puts the iconic Bugatti Atlantic to shame”

Then there’s the incredible Rolls-Royce Phantom III Aero Coupe, a massive two-door that puts the iconic Bugatti Atlantic to shame. Built in 1937 with a unique body, it features a massive 7.3-liter V-12 engine rated at 165 horsepower. It’s equipped with independent front suspension and semi-elliptic rear springs, centralized chassis lubrication system, automatic shock absorbers with over-riding hand controls, and servo-operated brakes, which made it pretty high-tech back in the day. And it’s worth close to $1 million nowadays!


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“If you're into wagons, make sure you check out the 12-seat Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview”

If you’re into wagons, make sure you check out the 12-seat Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview, but there’s also a finely restored Lincoln Continental from the 1940s. You’ll also find a Batmobile, a 1970 Ford Mustang convertible, and a big batch of old police cars. It definitely makes a trip to the Chicago Auto Show worthwhile. Check out the gallery for more photos.

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PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Mopar Expert David Wise & The Last HEMI ‘Cuda At Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

How much would you pay for the last HEMI ’Cuda?


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How much would you pay for the last HEMI ’Cuda?


PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders 7 Discontinued Models With A Modern Twist

You know, I’m not that old, but I am old enough to appreciate the occasional throwback or reboot. You know, something that recalls a pleasant memory from my earlier days, but with a modern twist on top. Just so long as it’s done right, though – don’t wanna go around ruining peoples’ childhoods, now. Of course, Hollywood is all over that, injecting old franchises with new money to see what pops out the other end. But what if rather than digging up old TV shows and movies, we applied that modernization gloss to cars instead? Well, that’s exactly what Budget Direct did with the following seven renderings.

Included is a classic compact, a gullwing that takes us back to the future, a classy muscle machine, the grandfather to Jaguar Land Rover, a Czech beauty, a slippery pony car, and a Swedish revival. Each of these machines carries with it a long history and more than a little nostalgia, but didn’t quite make to the modern era. But that’s about to end, because we’re bringin’ ’em back, baby.

Which is your favorite? Care to share an automotive memory with us? Feel free to post it in the comments below as we remember the times…

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AMC Gremlin


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Initially put into production in 1970 and billed as “the first American-built import,” the American Motors Gremlin combined diminutive subcompact dimensions with an unarguably eccentric two-door hatchback bodystyle, creating one of the quirkiest models of its time. These days, small and weird is as popular as ever, so maybe a modern Gremlin would actually make sense… FCA, we’re looking at you.

DeLorean DMC-12


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Popularized by Marty McFly and Doc Brown in the timeless flickBack to the Future, the DeLorean DMC-12 will forever be one of those classic, instantly recognizable models. With its spacey gullwing doors, boxy cab-back proportions, and rear-engine powertrain, the DeLorean only lasted a few years before getting the axe, with just over 8,500 units produced between 1981 and 1983. That said, we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing it brought back to the now.

Oldsmobile Cutlass


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While greener gearheads out there might not know it, the Cutlass was immensely popular back in the ’70s, so much so that by the ’80s, Oldsmobile decided to make it an entire sub-brand. Although Oldsmobile eventually bit the dust in 2004, we think a fresh take on the formula would work well in 2018 – lots of luxury inside, plus a decent kick waiting under the hood as well. What’s not to love?

Rover 75


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The Brits are getting in on the action too, carrying the old Rover Marque with this sleek and stylish four-door executive model. Originally put into production in 1998, the Rover 75 lasted all the way until 2005, when Rover went defunct.

Tatra JK 2500


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If you’ve never heard the name Tatra before, I’ll just give you a brief rundown. Founded way back in 1850 in what’s now known as the Czech Republic, Tatra first started with horse-drawn vehicles and railroad cars before it eventually went on to create passenger road cars. In the ’50s, it made a gorgeous little air-cooled V-8 GT car, and now, we want it back. Plus a radiator, please.

Plymouth Barracuda


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More muscle cars too, please! The last few years have offered a bumper crop in torque-tastic RWD drag machines, and we say the more the merrier. With modernized versions of other classic American iron already roaming the streets, why not toss a new ’Cuda into the mix as well? Don’t forget the ultra-wide rear rubber and Hemi graphics in the sides.

Saab Phoenix


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Saab unfortunately went under in 2012, but before it did, the Swedish brand brought all kinds of funky and cool models. The very last concept it created was called the Phoenix, which was a silver 2+2 coupe introduced in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. We woulda loved to have seen it make it to production, and now with this rendering, we have an idea what that might have looked like.

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Read our full review on the 1977 AMC Gremlin.


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PostHeaderIcon Budget Direct Renders 7 Discontinued Models With A Modern Twist

You know, I’m not that old, but I am old enough to appreciate the occasional throwback or reboot. You know, something that recalls a pleasant memory from my earlier days, but with a modern twist on top. Just so long as it’s done right, though – don’t wanna go around ruining peoples’ childhoods, now. Of course, Hollywood is all over that, injecting old franchises with new money to see what pops out the other end. But what if rather than digging up old TV shows and movies, we applied that modernization gloss to cars instead? Well, that’s exactly what Budget Direct did with the following seven renderings.

Included is a classic compact, a gullwing that takes us back to the future, a classy muscle machine, the grandfather to Jaguar Land Rover, a Czech beauty, a slippery pony car, and a Swedish revival. Each of these machines carries with it a long history and more than a little nostalgia, but didn’t quite make to the modern era. But that’s about to end, because we’re bringin’ ’em back, baby.

Which is your favorite? Care to share an automotive memory with us? Feel free to post it in the comments below as we remember the times…

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AMC Gremlin


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Initially put into production in 1970 and billed as “the first American-built import,” the American Motors Gremlin combined diminutive subcompact dimensions with an unarguably eccentric two-door hatchback bodystyle, creating one of the quirkiest models of its time. These days, small and weird is as popular as ever, so maybe a modern Gremlin would actually make sense… FCA, we’re looking at you.

DeLorean DMC-12


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Popularized by Marty McFly and Doc Brown in the timeless flickBack to the Future, the DeLorean DMC-12 will forever be one of those classic, instantly recognizable models. With its spacey gullwing doors, boxy cab-back proportions, and rear-engine powertrain, the DeLorean only lasted a few years before getting the axe, with just over 8,500 units produced between 1981 and 1983. That said, we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing it brought back to the now.

Oldsmobile Cutlass


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While greener gearheads out there might not know it, the Cutlass was immensely popular back in the ’70s, so much so that by the ’80s, Oldsmobile decided to make it an entire sub-brand. Although Oldsmobile eventually bit the dust in 2004, we think a fresh take on the formula would work well in 2018 – lots of luxury inside, plus a decent kick waiting under the hood as well. What’s not to love?

Rover 75


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The Brits are getting in on the action too, carrying the old Rover Marque with this sleek and stylish four-door executive model. Originally put into production in 1998, the Rover 75 lasted all the way until 2005, when Rover went defunct.

Tatra JK 2500


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If you’ve never heard the name Tatra before, I’ll just give you a brief rundown. Founded way back in 1850 in what’s now known as the Czech Republic, Tatra first started with horse-drawn vehicles and railroad cars before it eventually went on to create passenger road cars. In the ’50s, it made a gorgeous little air-cooled V-8 GT car, and now, we want it back. Plus a radiator, please.

Plymouth Barracuda


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More muscle cars too, please! The last few years have offered a bumper crop in torque-tastic RWD drag machines, and we say the more the merrier. With modernized versions of other classic American iron already roaming the streets, why not toss a new ’Cuda into the mix as well? Don’t forget the ultra-wide rear rubber and Hemi graphics in the sides.

Saab Phoenix


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Saab unfortunately went under in 2012, but before it did, the Swedish brand brought all kinds of funky and cool models. The very last concept it created was called the Phoenix, which was a silver 2+2 coupe introduced in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. We woulda loved to have seen it make it to production, and now with this rendering, we have an idea what that might have looked like.

References


1977 AMC Gremlin - image 683265

Read our full review on the 1977 AMC Gremlin.


1970 - 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda - image 569395

Read our full review on the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Porsche 911 Magazine Shows Some Incredible Stories Behind Porsche’s History

The Porsche 911 video magazine really is something else. It’s essentially an episodic web series that talks about Porsche. Each episode runs nine minutes and 11 seconds long because, well, that shows up as 9:11 on the time bar. Beyond the cute allusion to the 911 name, the episodes are rich in stories about the German automaker and everything about it.

Volume 5, or episode 5, of the 911 Magazine is no exception. The episode carries the theme, “Dreams,” and is divided into five different sub-episodes, beginning with Patrick Dempsey taking a trip to the island of Sylt in northern Germany with a 911 Carrera. The episode mostly features Dempsey taking in the scenery of the island and enjoying the picturesque sights with one of the finest Porsche 911 models ever built. From there, the episode dives into the racing success of the Porsche 956, the creation of the most improbable Porsche in history, a Porsche drifting in the snow, and an inside look at the TraumWerk, Hans-Peter Porsche’s incredible toy museum.

The third and fifth sub-episodes are the best ones of Volume 5. The former talks about the story of two twins — Knut and Falk Reimann — who lived in the communist-run GDR and, against all odds, managed to build their own homemade Porsche with some assistance from no less than Ferry Porsche himself. The latter is a treat to watch itself as it features Hans-Peter Porsche showcasing one of the most expansive and incredible toy collections in the world. Take the time to watch this episode of the 911 Magazine. You’re not going to regret it.


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PostHeaderIcon See You Never: Cars We Don’t Want To See Come Back

The auto industry has had its share of iconic cars. From iconic classics like the Aston Martin DB5 and the Ferrari 250 GTO to timeless beauties like the Mazda MX-5 and Porsche 911, there are no shortages of cars that we can kneel before and proudly say that we did. But for every model like the BMW 3 Series that capture our hearts and imaginations, there are also models like the Pontiac Aztec and the Studebaker Wagonaire that force us to question our lots in life. These cars are the stinkers of the auto industry, and whether you like it or not, we’ve come up with a list of them that we never, under any circumstances, want to see make a comeback.

I know what you’re thinking. Why are we subjecting you to this kind of horror on Thanksgiving week? Well, appreciating the history of the industry will only be magnified if you know its underbelly, the dark and desolate place where the worst models in history reside, never to be seen again. Our hope here is that when you take a gander and look at the cars on this list, you’ll come out of it with a better appreciation of all the success stories that the industry has seen throughout its history. So buckle up, ladies and gentlemen. We’re going to test your tolerance with this list; here’s to hoping you all come out unscathed on the other side.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

Pontiac Aztek


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I suppose we can start with the two models that I already mentioned. The Pontiac Aztek should really belong in a class of its own. Hideous in every way, the Aztek received the reaction it deserved from the get-go. It was lambasted for having one of the most awkward designs of any car released this century. It also didn’t help the SUV’s cause that it arrived amidst a lot of hype, only to fall flat on its face before it was able to show off what it can do. There is some irony to the SUV because it was actually competent at what it does. But its decrepit design ultimately torpedoed any shot of it being relevant in a positive way. It says a lot about the Aztek’s fortunes that it only gained popularity when it was used as Walter White’s ride-of-choice in Breaking Bad. That show premiered in 2008, three years after production of the SUV ended in 2005.

Studebaker Wagonaire


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The Studebaker Wagonaire really shouldn’t be on this list because it has actually had a renaissance among young people these days. But even that shouldn’t take away from the initial reception behind the Wagonaire. Not only was it a sight for sore eyes when it debuted in 1963, but the indignation surrounding the model was further put in the spotlight by the fact that one of its supposed main features – the retractable roof – ended up being its fatal flaw.
Complaints of water leaks from the roof ultimately doomed the Wagonaire and three years after debuting, Studebaker as a company ended up folding. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

Dodge Coronet


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The Dodge Coronet is another car that looked like a good idea on paper. But that idea never translated to the real thing as the Coronet was panned for its awkward styling. Sure, a lot of cars from the 50’s shared that design philosophy, but the Coronet stands out for having one too many body panels sticking out from all sorts of directions. To be fair, the Coronet did reinvent itself in the 60’s and 70’s, earning some nostalgia points in the process. But the design failures of the original version is why it’s on this list.

Chrysler Sebring


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This is a car that could’ve fared better if it had a more conducive environment around it. But the Sebring suffered from circumstances beyond its control, including the state of Chrysler from the late 1990’s to the 2000’s. It didn’t help that the model suffered through quality issues throughout its life, ultimately becoming the poster-boy for everything that was wrong with Chrysler before the Detroit recession. Unlike the Wagonaire and Coronet, there’s nothing redeeming about the Sebring that should compel Chrysler of even thinking about bringing it back. Remember, the Sebring became the 200 in 2010 and nothing came out of that model either.

Yugo


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It says a lot about a car’s notoriety that history doesn’t even bother to remember its real name. We all know the Yugo for that one name, but it’s actually a modified version of the Zastava Koral, a car that traces its origin in Yugoslavia. Somehow, the model found its way into the US as the Yugo where it was promoted on the promise of being a cheap alternative to what were already cheap cars, to begin with. Needless to say, the strategy bombed completely as the Yugo suffered from so many quality issues. Whether it was poor performance, poor build quality, or the many safety defects it had, the Yugo became so reviled that it was, at one point, described as the “Mona Lisa of bad cars.”

Chevrolet Lumina APV


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If you’re a car that’s compared to a hand-held vacuum cleaner, I don’t think those comparisons are of the favorable nature. The Chevrolet Lumina APV really had good intentions. It was billed as a more stylish alternative to the wildly popular Dodge Caravan from the early 1990’s. But even the best of intentions fall flat on its face. That was the fate of the Lumina APV. It was horrible in a number of different ways, including its design, which earned it the nickname “Dustbuster” after the popular hand-held vacuum cleaner. It was also criticized for having an awkward driving position and terrible handling. Worst of all, we actually got a triple dose of horror with this model with the respective releases of the Pontiac Trans Sport and Oldsmobile Silhouette variants.

Aston Martin Cygnet


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The Aston Martin Cygnet is without question the most hated Aston Martin of all time. The thing is, it wasn’t really an Aston Martin; it was a Scion IQ that featured a “bespoke” paint finish and fancy leather seats. That’s it. We should count ourselves lucky that the Cygnet never really made it in the US because if it did, I firmly believe that Aston Martin’s reputation would’ve been completely ruined. It’s hard enough for me to wrap my head around the thought of Aston Martin making a small city car, but to do it so cheaply by simply replacing the badges of a Scion IQ? It’s no wonder that the Cygnet flamed out so quickly. Had it lasted any longer, it would’ve been an insult to everything that Aston Martin once stood for.

AMC Gremlin


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Sometimes, the name says it all. That’s the case with the AMC Gremlin, a car so reviled that it makes the Yugo look like a Porsche. Ok, that’s not entirely true because, for whatever reason, the Gremlin actually had sales success in the 1970s. Unfortunately, a lot of people learned quickly how much of a sunk cost the car was. It lacked refinement in every which way, a product of the money-saving schemes that a lot of companies were doing back then. Incidentally, the 70’s also happened to be the decade when everybody was more consumed with taking drugs than creating solid cars. I’m not sure if that comparison is important, but it does seem like it is.

Ford Pinto


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If there was ever a car that has accumulated the most mentions among the worst cars in history, it’s the Ford Pinto. It’s actually incredible to see the Pinto make all these lists given that the model actually sold well during its lifetime. But its reputation was permanently ruined when it a defect in the car’s fuel tank design was discovered. As it turned out, this defect could cause the car to catch fire if it was rear-ended. Worse, Ford executives reportedly knew about the design defect and decided to do nothing about it after calculating that paying off lawsuits from disgruntled owners was cheaper than re-engineering the car entirely. That revelation is now called the “Pinto memo,” and it’s one of the biggest reasons why the Pinto was named one of the worst cars in history by Time Magazine, CNN, Forbes, and even Autoblog.

Chevrolet HHR


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The Chevrolet HHR is a good example of what happens when car designers get too drunk on nostalgia. Developed as a retro-styled, five-door station wagon, the HHR looked like a cartoon car driven exclusively by super-villains. But as bad as it looked, the car’s design wasn’t even the worst thing about it. The HHR will live infamy as one of the most recalled cars in US history. That’s not a joke. In about six years in the market, Chevrolet managed to sell around one million units of the HHR. Unfortunately, it also suffered through more than six million recall notices. Six million! I honestly don’t know if I should cry or laugh. What I do know is that the HHR is never coming back.

Mitsuoka Orochi


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The Mitsuoka Orochi is the only “supercar” on this list. If you haven’t seen it yet, then prepare yourselves for some nightmares in the coming days. The Orochi was first introduced as a concept in 2001, and it didn’t take long for everybody to turn its back on it. Simply put, it looks like a fish; an ugly one at that. Don’t believe me? Check out the photo below, though I am compelled to tell you that you’ve been warned.

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