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1939 PACKARD TWELVE CONVERTIBLE SEDAN

1939 Packard Twelve Convertible Sedan

1939 PACKARD TWELVE CONVERTIBLE SEDAN

 The 1939 Packard Twelve Convertible Sedan featured here is finished in stunning Tavern Green with Balfour Green fenders over a dark brown interior and beige folding convertible top. This outstanding example was sold new by Hon Smithson & Raymond in Chicago, Illinois, to Colonel Robert R. McCormick; owner of…

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1992 PORSCHE 911 TURBO COUPE

The 964 Turbo’s M30/69 engine displaced 3.3 liters and produced 320 horsepower at 5,750 rpm thanks to a larger intercooler that dropped the intake air temperature and improved volumetric efficiency. This engine used stainless-steel head gaskets for improved durability and sealing, a revised ignition system, and a metallic catalyst in…

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2006 MERCEDES-BENZ SLR MCLAREN COUPE

Looking to rekindle the romance from its iconic racing cars of the 1950s, Mercedes-Benz joined forces with McLaren for the first time outside of their Formula 1 relationship to create the SLR McLaren. Under its hood was a 616 BHP version of the Supercharged 5.4-liter V-8 that Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division…

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2020 CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY

Debuting for the 2020 model year, the eighth-generation Corvette Stingray at last brought a rear-mid-engine layout to America’s Sports Car—a fact emphasized by its dramatic proportions, side air-intake scoops, and vents below the taillights. This Targa-top equipped Corvette Stingray coupe is finished in extra-cost Shadow Grey Metallic with Carbon Flash…

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2017 LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR LP750-4 SV ROADSTER

Lamborghini is no stranger to pushing the limits of design and performance. The Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce took the Sant’Agata Bolognese automaker to new extremes when it bowed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. As the LP750-4 name suggested, power was from the automaker’s V-12 engine up to a salubrious 750…

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1954 JAGUAR XK 120 SE ROADSTER

Offering unbeatable looks and performance to match, the XK 120 was a true landmark for Jaguar, establishing its reputation for crafting some of the best all-purpose sports cars. Examples like this demonstrate why, over 70 years after its debut, interest in the model has not waned. After proving itself on…

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1937 BUGATTI TYPE 57C ROADSTER BY VANVOOREN

The Type 57, perhaps the most celebrated road-going chassis of Bugatti’s illustrious history, made a name for itself by being the last word in French automotive luxury. As it was beautifully appointed and often wore coachwork from some of Europe’s most notable coachbuilders, ownership of a Type 57 Bugatti when…

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1976 PORSCHE 914 2.0 TARGA

Porsche debuted the 914 at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1969. From then until 1976, the 914 was extraordinarily low and smooth looking in its appearance. The roomy interior allowed comfortable seating for two tall adults with few restrictions. Ample storage is provided by utilizing storage compartments both under the…

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1979 EXCALIBUR SERIES III ROADSTER

Taking inspiration from the classic pre-war lines of Mercedes-Benz sports cars, the Excalibur Automobile Corporation was established in 1964 by Brooks Stevens in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They produced what was then labeled “The Contemporary Classic” automobile, with classic looks and modern reliability. All cars were built on custom steel frames and…

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1968 PORSCHE 912 COUPE BY KARMANN

Production ran from 1965 through 1969, and accordingly, 912 Porsches of quality are becoming increasingly collectible. Today, excellent examples are few and far between, as not surprisingly, they proved popular with many people who never anticipated their future value. The exquisite Porsche 912 coupe featured here is finished in its…

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