- 1/23/2014: 1st Overall at the Ferrari Challenge, Race 1, Daytona International Speedway, Daytona, FL, USA
- 1/24/2014: 11th Overall at the Ferrari Challenge, Race 2, Daytona International Speedway, Daytona, FL, USA
- 1/11/2014: 4th Overall at the Ferrari Challenge, Race 1, Circuit of the Americas, TX, USA
- 2/11/2014: 2nd Overall at the Ferrari Challenge, Race 2, Circuit of the Americas, TX, USA
- 4/12/2014: 4th Overall at the Ferrari Challenge World Finals, Heat 1, Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, UAE
- 4/12/2014: 8th Read More
Introduced in 1956, the Volvo 120 Series lasted in production until 1970, by which time around half a million had been built. Its build quality, toughness and longevity helped to establish the Swedish company’s reputation worldwide. Marketed in Sweden as the Amazon, this model was the first car to feature modern seat belts as standard equipment — a safety revolution at the time.
This particular Amazon shakes off all those staid characteristics to go rallying. Built on Read More
Introduced in July 1963, the Aston Martin DB5 boasted a 4-liter engine, this enlarged unit having been seen first in the Lagonda Rapide of 1961. Equipped with three SU carburetors, the 400 engine produced 282 bhp at 5,500 rpm and was mated to a 4-speed/overdrive gearbox, a ZF 5-speed unit being standardized later.
The DB5’s distinctive cowled headlamps had first appeared on the DB4GT, and the newcomer was the same size as the lengthened, Series V DB4.
Outwardly there was Read More
The Packard Darrin was a special automobile in the maker’s lineup. It was a blending of all the glory that was Packard in the Classic Era and the stunning design work of Howard “Dutch” Darrin. The result was one of the more glamorous cars of the 1940s.
According to its body tag, this Darrin was first delivered to Mead Motor Co. in Houston, TX, on June 27, 1941. It has since been restored by Stone Barn Restoration from what is Read More
Necessity being the mother of invention, and Brits being a nation of inveterate tinkerers, gave us “Men in Sheds” — a breed whose inventor/engineer mentality has won fame for fashioning functional devices out of parts that have no business near each other.
Thus, it was natural that redundant cars would become recycled or repurposed during and after World War II.
In the same way that Britain “dug for victory” in wartime, turning over domestic gardens to vegetable plots to provide Read More
The four Aston Martin Development Project cars were the final racing iteration of the DB4 and Aston Martin’s last pure racers of the David Brown era. In 1962, DP212 appeared at Le Mans and led easily with Graham Hill at the wheel before engine trouble put the car out. In 1963, the final three DP cars appeared: two DP214s with DB4GT chassis numbers, and DP215, which ran as a prototype. There are three replica DP214s in existence. The third is Read More
- 6.3-liter, naturally aspirated V8 engine
- 7-speed automatic transmission
- Less than 7,000 actual miles
- Power top, windows, steering and brakes
- Air conditioning
- RENNtech tuned to over 600 horsepower
- RENNtech long-tube headers
- Ti Evo cat-back exhaust with carbon-fiber Akrapovic tailpipes
- H&R lowering springs
- ADV.1 bronze wheels
- RENNtech carbon-fiber front and rear diffuser package
- 3.3-liter turbocharged SOHC flat 6-cylinder engine
- 4-speed manual transmission
- Reported to be number 11 of 25 Blackburn-Daly “Slantnose” conversions built in the 1980s
- Believed to be a three-owner car and repainted once
- Porsche CoA, owner’s manuals, service records and maintenance booklet (with service stamps)
- Original tools, air compressor and two replacement belts
- Blaupunkt radio
- Air conditioning
- Two sets of master Read More
Brought to life in Bianco (white) with a very sexy and sinister Rosso (red) leather interior. Never in an accident, always garage kept and well maintained. Part of a 50-car collection of Ferrari classic cars. All of the electrical items work, including windows, stereo, lights and turn signals. Everything on the car is factory-original, with an added carbon-fiber wrap for the roof.
Fiat’s most legendary, significant, and storied production model, the 8V, was aptly described in Road & Track in 1952 as “the biggest surprise of the year.” It came as a shock to the automotive world when Fiat suddenly introduced a powerful sports car with an advanced overhead-valve, light-alloy V8 engine, Siata-fabricated chassis and four-wheel independent suspension, which could be — and was — successfully raced by privateers all over the world.
Like most sophisticated chassis Read More