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The CCX was the last Koenigsegg you could get with a stick. This one's for sale.
We won't pretend they'll be reliable, but they sure are a lot cheaper than they used to be.
We've selected some great car stuff, briefly available at bargain prices.
No Jeep, G-Wagen, or Land Rover can go where this Russian beast can.
Lancia and Martini go hand-in-hand when it comes to rally. This car is the perfect tribute.
That V-12 sounds as magnificent as ever.
It's not every day you see a van lay down this much rubber.
There's a reason why so many people call it the perfect all-rounder.
Weight balance and grip are the only things you need to worry about.
The GS-R model provided plenty of smiles, even without that fabled Type R badge.
Two doors, four seats, five speeds, and a lovely V-12 under the hood. What more could you ask for?
You need to be in an altered state of consciousness.
Nothing wakes up a tiny little car like a screaming motorcycle engine.
Carrying a unique two-tone paint job and plenty of chrome, this Ferrari has distinctly American undertones. You should buy it.
There's something about a fastback.
Aston Martin’s 1160-hp hypercar hasn’t been built yet. But we got to drive it, thanks to Red Bull F1's simulator.
This race-winning FW07 was driven by Mario Andretti, Alan Jones, and Carlos Reutemann in the early 1980s. Now, it can be yours.
Hypermiling from Atlanta to Sebring on one tank of gas. Overnight. In a 520-hp track weapon.