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  • These Are The 5 Books We Feel In Love With This January

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    By Chris Gonzalez In the 1976 movie Gumball Rally, Italian race driver Franco Bertolini, played with exquisite campiness by the dear, departed Raul Julia, rips the rear view mirror off his Ferrari Daytona, and says “what’s-a behind me is not important”. While we at Petrolicious admire his aplomb, that’s exactly what the books – and one journal – offered for your reading consideration here do. They take you back, and show you something that may have been unknown or forgotten. Each book presented illustrates that some things are perhaps best not left in the proverbial rearview mirror, be it old cars, a defunct brand Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • Why Doesn’t Every College Have A Vintage Race Team?

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    By Ted Gushue College is often a love-it-or-hate-it experience but I think we can all agree, had there been a racing team comprised of members of the gearhead student body, college would have been a whole lot more fun. Well, as it turns out, some brilliant young minds at the University of Oxford have done just that. Thankfully, racing team member and photographer Andy Boulet reached out to us to share some insight on the band of vintage racing brothers, properly named the Oxford Universities Motorsport Foundation. Here’s what he told us. Andrew Golseth: First of all, I’ll just go ahead and say it: congratulations Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • The New Supra Needs This Engine

    By Dino Dalle Carbonare The majority of casual passers-by probably didn’t even notice it, most are of course there to take 15TB of pictures of all the campaign girls. Cars come a distant second, so engines may as well be invisible. But this lump of shiny aluminum stopped me in my tracks. Information about it was very scarce, all the sign was telling us […] The post The New Supra Needs This Engine appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • Carpark Hunting At TAS

    By Blake Jones Car shows attract car enthusiasts, and car enthusiasts drive cool cars. Thus, car show carparks will have cool cars. That simple equation is true everywhere in the world, but especially so for the legions of Japanese fans that turn out for Tokyo Auto Salon every year. So it’s become a bit of a Speedhunters tradition […] The post Carpark Hunting At TAS appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • 2016 – Putting the Nitto Grappler Lineup to the 12-Month Test

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    By Mike Burroughs It’s hard to believe that it’s going on two years now that I’ve owned my FJ62 Land Cruiser. I bought it on a bit of a whim, in need of a new daily driver. I had eyed cheaper 4x4s such as Monteros and Jeeps, with the 60-series Land Cruiser taking a back seat solely due to cost; it was, after all, the truck I wanted most of the lot. However, one within my budget was hidden in the depths of Craigslist, with no info and a misspelled title. It had been listed for more than a month, waiting for a Continue Reading… Source:: Stance Works…
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  • 3 Vintage Driving Watches You Can Buy Right Now

    By Jordan Kelley Heuer Daytona Next up, we’ve got a Daytona. While it may not be the Daytona you’re thinking of, there’s still a lot to love about this footnote to Heuer’s Chronomatic era. For example, the Ref. 110.203B was one of the last to make use of the brand’s Cal. 12 movement. That combined with the avant-garde integrated bracelet make this a Heuer to take note of, in my opinion. While browsing eBay — my unofficial home on the internet — I came across an example that has aged beautifully over the years. The blue dial has darkened slightly to a pleasing shade of navy blue, and all of the luminous compound has aged to an even custard color, just as you’d want it to. Over the past few weeks, I’ve highlighted some of the more stand-out chronographs produced…
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  • 1971 Porsche 911T ($65,000)

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    By Shayan Bokaie Note from Petrolicious: A key standard we are trying to improve in classic car transactions is transparency. We go to great lengths to make sure we find and vet great cars to place on site. With this listing, we’re trying something new – we’ve asked the seller to conduct a PPI (pre-purchase inspection) from the Porsche experts at TRE Motorsports to be included in our writeup (more details below) in effort of creating full transparency with cars on the Petrolicious Marketplace. Photography by Hagop Kalaidjian Location: Los Angeles, California Chassis: CA975158 Engine: 2.2-Liter Flat 6 Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Mileage: 77,778 Miles Color: Tangerine Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • 1971 Porsche 911T ($65,000)

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    By Shayan Bokaie Note from Petrolicious: A key standard we are trying to improve in classic car transactions is transparency. We go to great lengths to make sure we find and vet great cars to place on site. With this listing, we’re trying something new – we’ve asked the seller to conduct a PPI (pre-purchase inspection) from the Porsche experts at TRE Motorsports to be included in our writeup (more details below) in effort of creating full transparency with cars on the Petrolicious Marketplace. Photography by Hagop Kalaidjian Location: Los Angeles, California Chassis: CA975158 Engine: 2.2-Liter Flat 6 Transmission: 5-Speed Manual Mileage: 77,778 Miles Color: Tangerine Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…
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  • This Homebuilt Retro Racer Was Built To Drive Tastefully

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    By Chris Gonzalez How many of you have dreamt of building your very own automobile? I’d bet the majority. The idea of creating something to your exact specification is a tantalizing fantasy that’s often quickly dismissed by the daunting realities of fabrication. For most of us, the challenges of commissioning our own car is so intimidating we never give it an honest attempt—because it’s easy to make excuses. It’d be too expensive. I don’t have the right tools. I don’t have a big enough garage. I don’t have the skills. I don’t have the time. The justifications for giving up before ever starting such Continue Reading… Source:: Petrolicious…