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SELLING A MRK1 AT CAR

SAW YOUR STATEMENT IN YOUR MR2 CLUB TO SELL A CAR? I HAVE A 1988 MR2 W AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 8OK, NEW HEAD GASKET AND CYL HEAD.I'M A EX-SCCA SPRINT RACER AND ARE RETIRED FROM RACING AND AM NOW PARTICIPATING WITH THE FT LAUDERDALE REGION OF THE ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE CLUB in AMERICA.PICTURED BELOW IS THE CURRENT RACECAR IN SHOW TRIMREGARDS,TIMSee More
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Toyota MR2

The Toyota MR2 is a two-seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sports car produced by Toyota, from 1984 until July 2007 when production stopped in Japan. There are three different generations of the MR2: 1984–1989, with angular, origami-like lines, 1990–1999, which had styling that some compared to Ferrari sports cars, and 2000–2007, which somewhat resembled the Porsche Boxster.[1] It was designed to be small, with an economical powerplant, but sporty in style and handling. Basic design elements,…See More
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Watch as a drone flies over more than 1,000 classic cars in 3 minutes

Finished all your puzzles? Here’s a fun little quarantine game that everyone can play: See how many classic cars you can identify in this YouTube clip. Then, work out which ones you are going to buy. The handiwork of videographer Nick Lang, the three-minute video showcases around 1,400 vehicles currently on display at the Classic Auto Mall in Pennsylvania, a thousand of which are also up for sale. For instance, that retro blue-and-white 1956 Ford Customline roughly 14 seconds in? It could be yours for just $24,000.

10 under the radar car movies to stream on Netflix while social distancing

We know you’ve already watched “Ford v Ferrari” and episodes of “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” about a dozen times by now, so we thought it was appropriate to share with you 10 of our favorite “hidden gem” car films now streaming on Netflix. By no means is this an endorsement of, or promotion for, Netflix; we thought it best to limit our recommendations to the largest, most accessed streaming site. Several of these titles are available on other steaming sites.

Rare 1965 Apollo GT is the affordable alternative to a vintage Ferrari or Aston Martin

Have your heart set on a Ferrari 250 GT or Aston Martin DB4, but a bank account that looks more like a regional manager's than a CEO's? I feel your pain. You want that classic GT formula, both rare and pretty enough to turn heads, but not so obscure that parts are unobtainium and it's a nightmare to fix. Jaguar and Porsche are out — everyone's got an E-Type or long-hood 911 these days. (Image: RM Sotheby’s)

The first-ever McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail just popped up for sale

Seeing a normal, road-going McLaren F1 pop up for sale is a rare sight — the company made just a handful of examples, after all. Seeing a racing variant come up for grabs? That's an especially uncommon occurrence. That's exactly what we have here. The first-ever F1 GTR Long Tail has just been listed for sale by U.K. exotic car dealer Tom Hartley Jnr. (Image: Tom Hartley Jnr.)

HMSA Spring Club 2020: Report and photos

The HMSA Spring Club 2020 was staged March 7-8 at the 11-turn, 2.238-mile WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in Salinas, California. The drivers and their crews were bracing for some wet and cold weather on the Monterey Peninsula, despite the warm and mild climate most of California has been having for the past several weeks. Outside of a very light drizzle on Saturday, the weekend turned out to be a good one as the Historic Motor Sports Association (HMSA) held its first event of 2020.

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Newsletter Volume 4, Issue #1

Posted by Greg Robb on March 21, 2020 at 3:58pm 0 Comments

We have recently published our latest newsletter. We have some new offerings for you. These include race cars driven by 2 of America's racing icons. None other than A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti.  We also introduce artist Alain Longueville and his fine drawing skills. And we announce some private sale stuff. Plus a bargain priced GForce Indycar. So take a look at what we have to offer…

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Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ - Now an Audiobook

Posted by Stephen Page on August 8, 2019 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ to be Audiobook

Order here: www.lastopenroad.com…

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Things to Check When Choosing a Detailer

Posted by Tracey Clayton on August 1, 2019 at 9:16am 0 Comments

The issue of car maintenance is one of the most important factors when it comes to determining its value later on. The problem with this concept, however, lies in the fact that you can’t do it all on your own. For this reason, locating an ideal car wash is paramount. This is why…

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6 Pieces of Advice Your Car Buyers Should Hear

Posted by Tracey Clayton on July 19, 2019 at 7:11am 0 Comments

Whether you are a fresh graduate who has landed a first job or just simply someone who has the opportunity to buy a car, the process is never as nerve-racking as it is the first time. Buying a first car is far from easy, but is an unofficial rite of passage that ultimately grants you a great deal of experience. Although we may never find out who was the lucky tech college graduate who bought Karl Benz’s first production car, you can read these six tips…

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