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Dodge Super Charger concept launches 746kW Hellephant V8 engine

The Dodge Super Charger concept is a heavily modified and restored 1968 Dodge Charger coupe, and is the perfect vehicle to show off Fiat Chrysler's new 'Hellephant' V8 crate engine...

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Porsche 911 Project Gold sells in 10 minutes
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Porsche 911 Project Gold sells in 10 minutes

Project Gold, an in-house restored Porsche 911 993 Turbo, made waves when it was launched in August, blending the sort of attention-to-detail we've come to expect from Singer with a proper factory budget. Turns out, Porsche's approach was a winner. The hotted-up 993 Turbo this weekend sold for US$3.08 million ($4...


Citroen 2CV racer put through its paces - video
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Citroen 2CV racer put through its paces - video

The legendary Citroen 2CV is famously slow, making it an odd base upon which to build a race car. The idea of racing one for 24 hours is a bit insane as well, but that hasn't stopped a cast of crazy Citroen fans in the UK. Here, Chris Harris takes one of the cars used in endurance 2CV racing and punts it around the Top Gear test track...


Lancia Delta Integrale reborn: Automobili Amos Futurista revealed
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Lancia Delta Integrale reborn: Automobili Amos Futurista revealed

Another legend has made a comeback with modern underpinnings. Coachbuilder Automobili Amos has dragged the Lancia Delta Integrale into 2018 with its new Futurista. Built around an original Delta chassis, the modern car trades the old hatchback's body panels for hand-beaten aluminium units that, with any luck, will be more resistant to rust than the originals...


McLaren F1 certification service launched
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McLaren F1 certification service launched

How often does this happen? You drop multiple millions of dollars on what you think is an immaculate McLaren F1 GTR, only to discover it's actually a fake. It's not the first time, either – remember that bridge you bought from a stranger? That's not actually yours either..


1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sets new auction record
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1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sets new auction record

A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO has set a new auction record at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, selling for US$48.405 million ($65.87 million) at the hands of RM Sotheby's. Chassis 3413 was expected to top US$45 million ($61.2 million) before going under the hammer, which would have comfortably usurped the existing US$38 million ($51...


Porsche 911 Turbo 'Project Gold' revealed
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Porsche 911 Turbo 'Project Gold' revealed

Porsche has unveiled its resto-modded Project Gold 911 Turbo, with a brand new 3.6-litre turbocharged flat six engine wrapped up in a lovingly-restored 993 Turbo body. The one-off reportedly took 18 months to create, using a combination of original, restored and 'new' parts...


Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation: Bond's most famous ride gets a sequel
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Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation: Bond's most famous ride gets a sequel

Few movie cars are as well-known as the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger. Now, the team at Aston Martin Works is bringing it back in limited numbers. The (deep breath) Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation will be seriously exclusive – just 25 will be produced – and it'll actually have some of the gadgets from the movie car...


Classic cars to tackle dementia on Father's Day
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Classic cars to tackle dementia on Father's Day

A fleet of classic cars will descend upon an aged care centre in Bankstown, New South Wales, this Father's Day, in an attempt to take residents for a trip down motoring memory lane. Among the cars on show is a 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air, along with a vintage Ford Falcon that previously belonged to one of the centre's residents...


Around the Tracks: Modern cars rendered as classics, Model 3 musings
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Around the Tracks: Modern cars rendered as classics, Model 3 musings

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the articles, videos and social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand-new, others have been online for a while...


1965 Ford Mustang to drive itself up Goodwood hillclimb
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1965 Ford Mustang to drive itself up Goodwood hillclimb

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is just around the corner, and car manufacturers are getting ready to let their loudest, sexiest metal loose on the hillclimb. Siemens and Cranfield University are taking a different approach, however, letting their best autonomous technology pilot a converted 1965 Ford Mustang on the famous course...


Lamborghini resurrects '72 Miura SVR
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Lamborghini resurrects '72 Miura SVR

The Lamborghini Miura is one of the most iconic supercars ever built – heck, it arguably defines the genre. Just 763 were made, but the regular Miura isn't the most exclusive example of the breed. That honour belongs to the Miura SVR given a new lease on life by the 'Polo Storico' division at Lamborghini...


Mercedes-Benz commissions new metal parts for 300SL Gullwing
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Mercedes-Benz commissions new metal parts for 300SL Gullwing

Resto-modding is all the rage at the moment, with manufacturers digging out their classic blueprints and diving into the world of hand-beaten panels, all to serve the demands of a very wealthy few. We've seen new (old) Jaguars and Alfa Romeos recently, and now Mercedes-Benz is getting in on the act... well, sort of...


Mini Electric: Classic Cooper gets a battery boost
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Mini Electric: Classic Cooper gets a battery boost

Are you keen on a classic Mini, but hate the idea of owning a petrol car? Meet the Mini Electric, unveiled in New York overnight. Don't get too excited, though – it's not going into production. This is just a teaser, designed to get people excited about the all-electric Mini coming in 2019...


RUF SCR revealed in Geneva
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RUF SCR revealed in Geneva

Almost exactly one year after revealing the reborn CTR in Geneva, RUF has whipped the covers off its big-money, lightweight take on the Porsche 911. Meet the SCR, a nod to another of its famous tuned Porsches from the 1970s. The original was released in 1978, with power from a 3.2-litre flat-six making 162kW...


Lindsay Fox: the CarAdvice interview with Australia's car-obsessed trucking icon
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Lindsay Fox: the CarAdvice interview with Australia's car-obsessed trucking icon

Meet Lindsay Fox. One of the most down-to-earth businessmen you’ll ever meet. Although his trucking empire, Linfox, has made him a very wealthy man, he doesn’t like to boast about it too much. Even his business card simply reads Lindsay E. Fox – truck driver. Fox started from the bottom over 60 years ago when he purchased his first truck to deliver soft drink...


Porsche now 3D prints classic parts
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Porsche now 3D prints classic parts

Porsche Classic wants to keep its older models running longer, with to the introduction of new 3D-printing technology. The company says too many owners and collectors are hamstrung by hard-to-find spare parts, which can lead to vehicle problems, or even forcing them out of action...


Jaguar D-Type re-enters production
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Jaguar D-Type re-enters production

The Jaguar D-Type of the 1950s has been revived 60 years after it first went out of production, with the company's Classic Works division to produce a limited run of the iconic Le Mans racer. Last built in 1956, the Jaguar D-Type had an original production run of 75 units...


Pre-war wonders go under the hammer
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Pre-war wonders go under the hammer

A number of pre-war vehicles will be in the spotlight for the upcoming Shannons Late Summer Auction, which sees a 1935 Auburn 653 Phaeton that’s been in the same family since new going under the hammer. Once a carriage manufacturer, Auburn was considered one of the most elegant American cars of the ‘20s, and this example (top) is no exception, having undergone a full restoration in ’90s...


Land Rover begins preservation work on original 4x4
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Land Rover begins preservation work on original 4x4

Land Rover has begun restoring one of its first prototypes to celebrate its 70th anniversary. The public first saw the iconic off-roader at the 1948 Amsterdam motor show, where three of the pre-production models were on display. Since its unveiling at the show, the rare Land Rover was driven until the '60s, then sat unloved in a Welsh paddock until the '80s...