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You missed out on some sweet deals at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas.
Same hellacious horsepower with even more grip.
The ’66 Heritage Edition supercar sets the market for legally resold GT models.
Someone just did, and they got a smokin’ performance deal.
Take your pick of a 1999 Mercedes 500SL or a Jaguar XK8 roadster.
About as close as you can get to a brand-new Honda sports car.
It’s for sale, too, so perhaps our dream can come true.
It may not be quite the right color, but it has the right look.
Is this the most insane car at 2019 Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas?
Plusher than a Pista, the F8 serves as a swan song to Ferrari’s present day twin-turbo V-8.
This 5000 GT was left exposed in the Saudi desert and was slated to be scrapped.
The hoard was auctioned off and included Mustangs, GTOs, Chevelles, Challengers, and more.
A sea of red racing machines to honor Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary.
A look at this year’s field, plus the history of hot rods at the world’s most prestigious car show.
The concours named another prewar car as its top pick.
The price is a new auction record for the one-of-64 supercar.
Seventy or seventeen? Even RM Sotheby’s wasn’t sure.
007’s ride sets a new auction record for DB5s.
An interview with automotive journalist, author, concours judge, and historian Ken Gross.
We also learned the Matra M530 is a (very cool) thing.