Cars don't get more opulent than what you see here.
Get these before their prices climb.
In another decade, we expect to be able to pick up these cars for pennies on the dollar.
The Countach's original paint is extremely delicate and thin. Making it look like new is no walk in the park.
Forget Ferrari's modern special editions. What you really want is a unique 330 GTC Zagato from 1974.
Two French explorers once put crushed bananas in their Citroen when they ran out of engine oil. It probably didn't go well.
Taillights aren't subject to the same kind of abuse as headlights. That means they're easier to take care of.
Because you deserve to treat yourself (on a budget).
It guarantees premium quality at a great price.
Yes, there's a Merlin under the extremely long hood of this car, able to do 80 mph at idle in top gear thanks to 1700 lb-ft of torque.
Apparently just 199 manual 612s were built, and around 60 came to the US. This one just came up for sale.
Have a direct injection motor? You might want to see this.
Starting April 15th, putting your car up on Craigslist will no longer be free.
Vehicular points in space from which no money or hope can escape.
Just look at that red velour interior! You need this in your life.
For around $40,000, you get a 505-hp track-ready daily driver. What more could you want?
If you can't afford an E-Type or a Jensen Interceptor, consider the MGB GT.