Posts Tagged 'classic car'

Subaru 360 – A Sad Little Car [video]

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The Amazing Volkswagens of Mexico [video]

Car Recently Found In Storage For 90 Years

MSN reported –

Research by the experts confirmed that this Isotta Fraschini is probably the first Tipo 8A–the company’s flagship car–built. It was the product of two different coachbuilders which is also something quite remarkable. This particular car was ordered by a man named Filippo Bolzari of Milan but for reasons lost to history, he may never have taken delivery. The factory kept it and used it as a trainer for drivers who needed to learn how to pilot such a car. Not long after, the car was placed in storage away from the factory, which turned out to be a good thing. World War II saw the Isotta factory flattened, but it didn’t kill the storage facility.

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Driving a Ford Model T Ford [video]

Driving The First Ford [video]

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Jalopnik posted a short video detailing the experience of driving the first car built by Henry Ford.

See the video HERE.

Forgotten Car Collection Found In France – 60 Cars Could be Worth $20 Million

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From BoredPanda.com –

Even today, when the whole world has been mapped by GPS, there are still valuable hidden treasures left to discover. After calling in auctioneers, the grandchildren of entrepreneur Roger Baillon discovered that the collection of 60 vintage automobiles from the 1930s to the 1950s left to rust in sheds on the family’s farm in western France could be worth £12 million or more at auction.

Continue reading and see some photos HERE.

 

Ford Reintroduces The 1965 Mustang

According to Yahoo Autos –

Ford will soon sell brand-new 1965 Ford Mustangs for just $15,000 each. The only hitch: There’s some assembly required. As part of its Ford Reproduction business, Ford revealed today it had approved a new stamping of the steel bodies for first-generation Mustang that buyers could then build into their own 1964 1/2 through 1966 Mustang, using whatever engine, axles, interior and other parts they can find on their own.

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