Shelby 1967 GT500 Super Snake now in Production

The 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake is a fantastic example of the expression ‘better late than never’, which Shelby American will, at long last, create as a restricted release continuation model. Amid the 1960s, Shelby manufactured a showcase Mustang for Goodyear controlled by a lightweight 427-cubic-inch race motor lifted from a Le Mans-winning Ford…

Remember the Lamborghini Marzal? It’s Coming back to Monaco

This astounding idea showed up at the 1967 Geneva car exhibition however that wouldn’t be its last stop. contrary to your average concept car, the Marzal has a more abundant tapestry of a past than most—sovereignty has steered the vehicle. On May 7, 1967, Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, finished one lap at the Monte…

“The Roots of Monozukuri”: Japanese Classic Car Exhibit

Besides the vibrant anticipation about the event itself, the displays themselves guarantee to truly live up to their significance, speaking to both Japanese history as well as automotive manufacturing history. Up until this point, it was only rumoured the two shows would hit the museum, but as of now, we have photos and some definitive…

Fabled Golden Sahara to go to Auction

The Golden Sahara, a vehicle that has not been seen for decades appeared just this March, and made a beeline for the Mecum Spring Classic Auction in Indianapolis this May. Commencing on the 15th, the sale will additionally include other items of the proprietor, the late Jim “Road” Skonzakes’ collection. Regardless of the vehicles poor condition,…

1938 SS-100 Jaguar recovered after 60 years

Terry Larson enters his underground carport in Mesa, Arizona, with the distracted quality of somebody familiar with remarkable paraphernalia. By and by, he is flaunting an astonishing finding. Enter the Jaguar 1938 SS-100. In his expansive restoration shop, which has seen such huge numbers of Jaguar and SS racing cars have life breathed into, there stands…

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