Porsche recently revived the iconic 935 with a limited-edition (just 77 units) all being built for track-only use. If you want to take to the streets in a 935, you will need to somehow convert your new purchase or buy this original race car. Related Posts Ferrari Memorabilia and BMW Williams F1 Steering Wheel For… Dec 4, 2018 Porsche Reportedly Planning On Making The Most Powerful 911… Dec 4, 2018 This is a super rare, one-off, street-legal 935 built by Germany’s Kremer Racing for the Formula 1 legend Walter Wolf. Put simply, this is a true Le Mans race car for legal road use. In fact, it is about 98 percent identical to the 935 K3 car which won Le Mans in 1979. Powering this machine is a 2.85-litre twin-turbo six-cylinder engine with two sparks for each cylinder. In this configuration, the motor is slightly detuned compared to the race car and delivers somewhere in the region of 740 horsepower (552 kW) sent to the wheels through … [Read more...] about Very Rare Road-Legal Porsche 935 For Sale
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Want to own one of the strangest car designs of the past three decades? Meet the Italdesign Aztec: it's possibly the strangest Audi ever made and it's yours for three quarters of a million bucks. It's hard to know where to start with the '88 Aztec. You could point to the five-cylinder Audi engine mounted in the middle of the car and driving a Lancia all-wheel drive system. You could note the dummy second steering wheel for the passenger that does not actually steer the car. You could look at the styling, which Italdesign itself calls "sculpted" and others might call "challenging." The standout for me is the control panel mounted to the outside of the car. Plug in different codes (printed right on the body) and you can access and analyze different systems on the car. There is, as far as my feeble mind can tell, no good reason whatsoever for this kind of external access area. But then I am not a genius, and this car's designer was. The great Giorgetto Giugiaro penned the Aztec and it's … [Read more...] about This Bizarre Audi Concept Car Is For Sale At $750,000
black 1967 427/435 convertible currently being offered by our friends at ProTeam Corvette Sales in Napoleon, Ohio. When it comes to high-end collector Corvettes, potential buyers generally gravitate to rarity, good colors, judging awards, originality / condition, and ironclad documentation. This Corvettes checks all of those boxes and then some. Let’s start with rarity and colors. Just 815 Corvettes (3.5% of production) were painted black in 1967. Combine that with the fact that just 3,754 (16.3%) Corvettes were born with the 435hp L71 engine between the front fenders and you’ve got one rare beast. Other options on the 7-owner car include red stinger, transistor ignition, telescopic steering, black hardtop, M-21 4-speed, 4.11 posi rear end, F-41 heavy-duty suspension, AM/FM radio, off-road exhaust, tinted glass, rally wheels, and blackwall tires. ProTeam Corvette. For more information on this gem you can send ProTeam owner, Terry Michaelis, an email at … [Read more...] about Corvettes for Sale: 1967 427/435 Quad Black Convertible at ProTeam Corvette Sales
Auto shows can be crazy places with half-thought out ideas all over the place. Gyroscope-stabilized briefcase warmers for the back seat. Cop cars with integrated doughnut dispensers. Turbine-powered iPad docks. Lots of nutty stuff that will (thankfully) never see the light of day. Sadly, Lexus and their new partner, genetic screening company 23andMe have teamed up for “Genetic Select” and it looks like they’re “serious.” Lexus made the announcement in conjunction with the 2018 New York International Auto Show. “Finding the perfect vehicle that meets your every need was once only a fantasy, but now it’s becoming reality,” crows Lexus inaccurately. Finding my perfect vehicle is easy guys. Finding the money for it, that’s the hard part. Genetic Select is the “Ultimate Answer to Vehicle Customization” and a revolutionary new car buying experience. It also pegs the goofy meter. Perfect Fit Available on April 1st at Lexus … [Read more...] about Want Your Next Lexus To Start? Lick The Steering Wheel. No. Seriously.
As somebody whose first car cost a mere £450, it seems amazing to fathom that new drivers today fork out an average of £4,627 on their entry into the world of automobile ownership. That, however, is the figure uncovered in our latest research, which sought to find out how the amount drivers spend on their first cars has varied over the past 70 years. The results, when adjusted for inflation, show that the average sum spent by new drivers today is actually £1,375 less than drivers were paying back in the 1950s and ‘60s. It is more, however, than the average spend in the 1990s, which stood at a mere £3,264 – dragged down no doubt by my F-reg Renault 5. Our research also reveals that the most popular first car in five of the seven decades was a Ford, with drivers obviously aware of what great value for money cars such as the Anglia, Escort and Fiesta represent. In the case of first-time car shoppers today the Ford of choice is the Ka. Originally launched in … [Read more...] about Daily coverage of the world of cars. First Wheels: Ford Ka Buying GuidePost navigationFollow UsRecent PostsRecent CommentsCategories