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The Spitfire was the quintessential British roadster: good-looking and lightweight, totally fun to drive—and a total headache to maintain.
This long-hooded beauty is an icon of ’30s automotive styling. SS Cars later became known as Jaguar.
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 ...
Tiny, lightweight, fast, and nimble. The Elise, along with its more hardcore, track-oriented Exige sibling, defines what Lotus is all about: a ...
With tremendous handling, attractively chiseled lines and a howling 9000-rpm engine sending chills down spines, the S2000 was the ultimate ...
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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 ...
If you’re into car customization, the name Atoy Llave will certainly ring a bell. The man behind Atoy Bodykits and the company’s ...
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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