This pleasant little ride is known as a Suzuki Cappuccino.
The stunning and iconic Ferrari 365 GTB/4. The regular non-N.A.R.T. variety.
Iconic for a reason… it was g o o d ! Affectionately known as “Daytona.”
The red #1 car above originates from here in my hometown, just up the road at the home of the North American Racing Team of Luigi Chinetti. God, did I love going over there.
From anyskin, a Bucciali Tav8-32 Saoutchik Golden Arrow 1932
Very nice. That low look, yo.
AMX3 by American Motors
It is a sad thing that this fantastic machine never got past the handful that got built. Look at that thing… it’s gorgeous. Long the company that “didn’t get it” … when they finally did, they blew them all away with this.
And then, they collapsed in upon themselves like collapsing things do.
From anyskin, the delivery of a perfect 1940 Alfa Tipo S10 Super Sport.
Gerard Larrousse Porsche 911S Rally Monte Carlo 1972
The Ferrari 156 of Ritchie Ginther (USA), Phil Hill (USA) and Wolfgang von Trips (GER) in the pits.
Formula One World Championship, Rd3, Belgian Grand Prix, Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 18 June 1961.
Phil Hill’s (USA) Ferrari 156
Dutch GP, Zandvoort, 22 May 1961
Phil Hill (USA) Ferrari 156
French GP, Rheims, 2 July 1961
Famous for that snarky-lookin’ snout!
—- Tyrrell unveil the new 011 at their headquarters. The car made its debut at the British GP.
Tyrrell 011 Launch, Tyrrell Headquarters, Surrey England, c. July 1981. —
From captainfanatic, a nifty Renault 4 of the Sinpar stable. Skillfully operated by Claude Marreau and Bernard Marreau in the notorious Paris-Dakar, 1980 version.
1956 – Juan Manuel Fangio – Ferrari
A Legendary Hero to all our Legendary Heroes.
I am a devoted fan of the Mk I… because, well, because it was the most fun car I ever had. Lightweight with a tenacious little engine and the real source, the most perfect ratios ever combined. It simply owned the city streets as well as the marvelous minitwisty bits here in the vicinity of the Hauptquartier.
This modern one is lookin’ mighty fine, I’d say.
Lola T70 Coupe
These T70s are just gorgeous, in my humble opinion. One time while I was in high school there was a British Racing Green T70 Mk III coupe with a New York license plate on it over at Chinetti’s.
Yes, we wuz excited. =]
So I saw this ad…
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I presume that it features 850 ponies… that is a nice number.
Being a Stangman, I am smiling and I think Carroll is, too, from on high.
The almost uncontrollably exciting Porsche Typ 12 of the thrilling year 1932!
Here via achaldan, der Autoflüsterer (the car Whisperer)… a fabulous blog.
Ficken Ausgezeichnet, even.
Wait… it’s a what?
Ah ha… Lumma Design is a German firm who will do this to your Range Rover for around 30,000 Yankee dollars.
Of course, if you want to spend even more of that filthy cash you surely can and for it you’ll get the high-perfo CLR-RS GT extras so you can go really wicked quick.
The Beatnik Bubbletop, a custom 1955 Ford created by Gary Fioto, sports a tinted Lexan bubble.
Auto designer Gary “Chopit” Fioto customized a 1955 Ford into a Bubbletop, giving it the nickname Beatnik after his famed car club.
The Beatnik’s engine is a Chevrolet 350 cubic inch small-block V-8, with stainless steel braided hoses and a serpentine belt system – all seen sticking out of an opening in the car’s hood.
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This is from taylormademadman.
This contraption’s a bit different, innit?
An exquisite 1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6 Kurzheck Coupe
Beautiful. Brutally efficient. Fabulous!
Niki Lauda’s 1975 Ferrari 312T — it was glorious!
Such loveliness! The engineering… the passion… the emotion!
1957 Maserati 250S by Fantuzzi
Hey, here’s the rare and perhaps, rarified, W Motors Lykan Hypersport, a car with a name that appeals to the cryptozoologist in me.
Via carpr0n, as many here are, because it’s a blog that’s chock-a-bloc with fabulous conveyances and strong on those not often seen.