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This Bentley won the 1928 24 Hours of Le Mans before its conversion to a single-seat racer.
A vintage Porsche that costs less than a new Honda Civic!
An Italian court ruling makes it illegal to build replicas.
We wondered where prices might be going. We have at least a partial answer.
An example of the rally homologation special is crossing the block at Barrett-Jackson Northeast.
British luxury—or outright speed—for playboys or plebeians.
There aren’t many places you’ll see two genuine 250 GTOs doing battle.
A display most righteous at the Sonoma Speed Festival.
Yet the company went decades without contesting the famed 24-hour race.
This vintage-racing event has to be seen to be believed.
RM Sotheby’s Villa Erba Auction nets $22 million, but many star cars went unsold.
Our expert panelists offer up their insights on 2019 and beyond.
In mid-1950s Italy, speed and beauty weren’t mutually exclusive terms.
An homage to an iconic racer, it’s one of the wildest cars ever put into production.
And they each just sold for a pretty penny.
The Otto Vu was a masterpiece of engineering and design.
The 348 TB Elaborazione is maybe not one of Zagato’s most successful designs, though.
It’s too bad he didn’t like it very much.
Numbers 2 and 3? A Lexus LFA and a McLaren 720S.
The two Lancia Group B rally greats sold for roughly double their estimates at RM Sotheby’s Essen auction.