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January 31st, 2013 Inspired by the Bugatti Type 57, the Bugatti Gangloff concept is a stunning update of the rare classic. Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski came up with the name as a tribute to Gangloff, the French coachbuilder that created a special
General Motors Classic cars 1987 Pontiac Bonneville That Duesenberg employing its unstripped-down title, a 1931 Model J Dual-Windshield Barrelside Phaeton by LeBaron made some more money last month, changing hands for $1.3-million. Or about the
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Nov. 02 2012, 12:00 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 31 2012, 2:04 PM EDT Joel Simms, now the enthusiastic owner of one of the rarest models to wear Citroen's twin-chevron badge, says he didn't
One car compliment you can bet hasn't been heard many times over the past century is, It looks great, as shiny as a new penny. At least if it was delivered by somebody who meant it literally. For those whose penchant for polishing goes well beyond a
Eric Clapton is enough of a Ferrari enthusiast that the Italian automaker's Special Projects Program in Maranello, in collaboration with Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina , designed and built the special SP12 EC one-off for the living guitar legend.
Aerodinamica Prototype, was created for Count Marco Ricotti by the Castagna Coachbuilding firm. Thanks to its futuristic tear-drop shape, it could attain the staggering speed from a relatively small 70 horsepower engine. Strange: The world's first
About Wheels Safety News Recent Posts March 09 Powerful GTs and outlandish concepts were on prominent, if slightly anachronistic, display at the 82nd Geneva motor show. March 09 In two actions, the recalls covered 187,000 Venzas from 2009-11 and
Pininfarina, the auto design and coachbuilding company, announced Tuesday it is giving up one of its historic businesses: making car bodies. Pininfarina said in a statement that it is ceasing production and laying off 127 remaining workers.
Intelligent Investor Subscribe to The Economic Monitor to get the day's most relevant news, data and anlaysis . Sample The stunningly symmetrical design of the 1938 Hispano-Suiza, or Dubonnet Xenia for short, is an example of the ornately made
David Berthon September 17, 2010 Class ... (clockwise from top left) the museum; a '36 Bugatti 57SC; a rusted Bugatti Brescia. Peter Mullin's Californian museum has a mammoth stockpile of art deco vehicles that are brimming with Gallic flair. For the