Hurry before the wiring harness mysteriously loses its copper and the cats walk away.
While digging around the comment areas of various Facebook groups I have determined that the driver was likely not drunk, just trying to show off, with some of the other cars being ‘spotters’ and not civilian traffic. While it’s still incredibly dangerous it’s somewhat relieving to know that at least few precautions were taken. I’m not sure the benefit/risk ratio would have made it worth my while though.
If you know anything about these convertible Ferrari’s than you know that there was officially only one Spider. With that kind of exclusivity I’m sure the official car is stored away in a European museum somewhere for no one to see or drive. Which leads me to believe that this car must have been a conversion, likely from an independent coachbuiler, possibly Pininfarina (known best for setting the automotive world on fire with the game changing Cadillac Allante). Continue reading
France is famous for a lot of things: fine wine, exquisite art, and cities of great culture and history like Paris, Marseille, and Bordeaux. But when it comes to cars, Italy is definitely the European country in the spotlight.
Still, that doesn’t mean French cars aren’t worth a look. This 1937 Citroen Traction Avant was a highly advanced car for its day, and has more in common with a modern car than you might think. Continue reading
January is the busiest time of year for auto auctions in Scottsdale! Whether you’re bidding or just browsing, there are a plethora of car auctions to satisfy your need for speed with the thrill of the auction environment. These annual consignment auctions feature everything from classic cars, muscle cars, and concept cars to rare and exotic or historic vehicles. Let’s take a look at the big events coming up this month:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
Dates: Jan 13-20, 2013
Address: 16601 N. Pima Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Catalog: 1,365 vehicles for sale
Gate Price: $10-55 (varies by day)
Week Pass: $160