The driver’s seat of the Ferrari 250 sports car was a bit like sitting in a cockpit of an airplane. Power from the V12 power plant enhanced the feeling of flight. The 1961 Ferrari 250 California Special Spyder offered the same super-car performance, originally available as a convertible or the very rare hard-top. All the bodies
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Turin is a city located in Italy where the famous automaker, Ford, gets the name of one of their latest car models. Even though it was manufactured in a short span of time from 1968 to 1976, it was already too big during those times which Ford also expect the same for their brand new
Have you ever had the sudden urge to raise around $10 million to buy a classic Ferrari and ship it to Italy for the Mille Miglia? I did when I first saw pictures of this Ferrari that’s headed to auction next month at RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island sale. Full article: https://goo.gl/S5RaRr
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The new 1972 Montreal luxury sports car was not available anywhere in Canada or elsewhere in the North American market place, at least not as a new car, and you can blame emission and safety regulations for that. There were only 3,917 Montreal models manufactured with currently around 100 units in the Americas and about 12
The Nash Metropolitan is available as a hard top or a convertible and was billed as “the world’s smartest car” in a time when there could be no such thing as a smart car. The original name, from 1953 in the U.K. was the “NKI Custom (Nash-Kelvinator International)”, A number of prototypes (five by Austin)