19 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB Koenig

Ferrari 308s are…nice. People are down with V-8 Ferraris now and Magnum, P.I. made the 308 cool, but it never had the same star power as a V-12. That meant there was an audience of Ferrari buyers who were interested in owning a 308, but wanted to stand out like a V-12

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12 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 2016 BMW ALPINA B6 xDrive Gran Coupe

I don’t love the Gran Coupe. I think it’s too big, ungainly and not a coupe. I walk past a 3.0 CS between my door and my desk every day, and that car’s combination of handling, power, build quality and precision make it one of the finest vehicles ever built.

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04 Feb 2015

Car of the Week: 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB

Ferrari dropped a bomb with the announcement of the 488 GTB, an entirely new car. Maybe aware of what happened to Acura at Detroit when the Ford GT upstaged the NSX, they’re not keeping it secret until the official debut at Geneva. Instead, if you have a reveal scheduled you

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29 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: 1979 BMW M1 AHG

  BMW’s M1 was one of the biggest surprises in supercar history. In 1978, BMW’s lineup topped out with the 635CSi, which had a new 217hp 3.5-liter engine, and the year before you could only get up to 176hp. Suddenly in October of 1978 at the Paris Auto Show, here

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22 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Club Coupe

It was a toss-up this week between the new Porsche 911 GTS variant and the McLaren 650S Le Mans, which actually have a lot in common. Both are very limited edition appearance packages, but their missions are different. The Porsche got the nod because where the McLaren is a homage to

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12 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: 2017 Ford GT

Our very first Car of the Week was officially announced…today. The third generation Ford GT, following the original Sixties GT40 and 2004-’06 GT, debuted in Detroit as a 2017 model, starting production in just over 18 months. In between the Flexes and Tempos, Ford has this amazing history of building completely

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