Remembering The Ferrari 365 GTC/4
Overshadowed by the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, many enthusiasts and collectors overlook the Ferrari 365 GTC/4. That was due in part to the V12 engine in the GTB/4 packing a little more of a punch, coupled with a lower redline. It also doesn’t help that these rides were rare with only about 500 emerging out of Maranello during the two-year production run.
1962 Jaguar E-Type Racer Is Available
It’s not often that a legendary British racecar is available for purchase, but that’s exactly what this 1962 Jaguar E-Type is. One of the lightweight, low-drag versions, it was created along with its very limited stable of siblings to take on Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. For many avid collectors, this car is on their dream list, especially since they rarely are listed for sale.
TVR Grantura Offers Exceptional Value
As the first vehicle ever made by TVR, the Grantura holds a special place in fans’ hearts. Just as one would expect, the Grantura emphasized simplicity during its production run from 1958 to 1967, setting the tone for the brand decades later. While you might expect such a fine specimen of British automotive history would be astronomically expensive to acquire, these classics are in fact surprisingly affordable.
Watch: Restoring A 1969 Mulliner Park Ward Coach-Built Bentley
Classic cars mean a great deal to all of us for our love for all things automotive. Whether you enjoy the simplistic nature of an American dragster or the elegant design of a Mercedes Benz, we can all find something to appreciate in old cars. For that reason, many of us automotive enthusiasts feel a sort of responsibility to keep our vintage dream cars alive, either by having conversations about their history, rescuing them from a junkyard, or simply getting our hands dirty and fixing them up. This is a perfect example of the latter acts, as the owner is genuinely dedicated to recreating his prized Bentley after a hard life of rough driving.
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