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Ferraris, BMWs, Alfa Romeos, you name it. The Modena Centro Ore Classic has it all.
The Nurburgring brings out the coolest cars.
In 1993, the lighter, faster Porsche 911 RS America was a full $10,000 cheaper than a Carrera 2. Those were the days.
This Ferrari FXX is one of 30 produced, and the first to come up for public auction in years.
More V-12 action than you've ever seen before.
Following a full restoration, Bill Thomas' third prototype, the last of the originally aluminum-bodied Cheetahs is up for grabs.
Why would someone put an iron-block truck engine in an RX-8?
These days, sedans, hatchbacks, and even SUVs are laying down seriously fast 'Ring times.
An 8400-RPM chase of the American story of the big H.
This isn't a reproduction. It's the real thing.
In another decade, we expect to be able to pick up these cars for pennies on the dollar.
This 86's flat-four has been replaced with a proper V-8, and it has the exhaust note to prove it.
All the luxury of a Range Rover without any of the reliability headaches. Probably.
The excellent race course in the middle of the Baltic Sea.
It displaces just 1.5 liters, and revs to 9200 RPM. Of course it sounds great.
With a freshly rebuilt engine under the hood, this Alfa is ready to be enjoyed.
Even if it's more than a decade old at this point, Steve Saleen's supercar is still a jaw-dropper.
These vintage cars deliver classic style without breaking the bank.