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Triumph Spitfire (1962–1980)

Triumph Spitfire (1962–1980)

The Spitfire was the quintessential British roadster: good-looking and lightweight, totally fun to drive—and a total headache to maintain.

SS Cars SS100 (1936–1940)

SS Cars SS100 (1936–1940)

This long-hooded beauty is an icon of ’30s automotive styling. SS Cars later became known as Jaguar.

Ferrari F40 (1987–1992)

Ferrari F40 (1987–1992)

The hallowed F40 is an icon of automotive enthusiasm. With its terrifyingly turbocharged V-8, it was the first production car ever to cross the ...

Lotus Elise (1996–Present)

Lotus Elise (1996–Present)

Tiny, lightweight, fast, and nimble. The Elise, along with its more hardcore, track-oriented Exige sibling, defines what Lotus is all about: a ...

Honda S2000 (1999–2009)

Honda S2000 (1999–2009)

With tremendous handling, attractively chiseled lines and a howling 9000-rpm engine sending chills down spines, the S2000 was the ultimate ...

BMW Z8 (1999–2003)

BMW Z8 (1999–2003)

January 29, 2015 | Auto Car Sport, Cars | 0 Comment

Inspired by the also-gorgeous 507 of the ’50s, the Z8 was BMW’s answer to growing demand for a high-end roadster. It shared its ...

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The Filipino-made Salamander Amphibious Trike

The Filipino-made Salamander Amphibious Trike

January 22, 2015 | Auto Motor Sport | 0 Comment

If you’re into car customization, the name Atoy Llave will certainly ring a bell. The man behind Atoy Bodykits and the company’s ...

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What’s the World’s Best Selling Convertible?

What’s the World’s Best Selling Convertible?

Your hunch is right! With sales reaching almost 750,000 from 1989 up to 2005. Mazda MX-5 is confirmed as the title holder of best selling ...

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