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Some Assembly Required


I’ve been trying to find out the origin of this remarkable image of a disassembled and lovingly presented Ferrari 250 GTO.

Happy Holidays


Don’t let the winter get you down—let’s bring this back. I think this could make a comeback as a winter hillclimb with uphill skiing.

Just 60 Old Cars in a Barn


This Ferrari 250 SWB and Maserati A6G 2000 are only a fraction of a 60 car strong barn find that will all cross the Artcurial auction block in February at Retromobile in Paris.

Firing up a 28.5-Litre Fiat After 100 Dormant Years


After 100 years of sitting idle, Duncan Pittaway and his team have breathed life into this former Landspeed Record Fiat S76.

Watkin’s Glen International Grand Prix Driver’s Badges


At a “Buy it Now” price of $795, these might be most expensive 3-inch pinback badges on the market. If, however, I had a car that ran in the Watkins Glen International Grand Prix in 1954, 1955, or 1956, I’d be mighty tempted.

I’m Only 37 Years Late for this 911R


This ad for a Porsche 911R for sale in the October 1977 is one of those astonishing pieces of text that you have to read several times before it quite hits you.

Full Scale Porsche 917 Shell with a Surprise


It’s official. I need to make a lot more money. A week ago, I thought my life was fairly complete, but then I saw this slot car table from Slot Mods.

This Is It. The New One. The Hot One.


Humming tires. Snarling engine. Whistling wind. Triumph GT-6. This is it. The new one. The hot one. That fastback sports car that offers more than just a sloping rear.

The Automotive Photography of Peter Aylward


There’s something starkly atmospheric and cinematic about Peter Aylward’s photography that gives these cacophonous racing machines a serene beauty.

A Precariously Perched Silver Arrow


I’ve been reading Sandro Martini’s wonderful novel Tracks: Racing the Sun about the golden age of Grand Prix racing and the exploits of Tazio Nuvolari, Achille Varzi and other (mostly Italian) heroes of the 1930s racing scene and the worrisome political climate of the era (full review to come—short version: I love it).

Carroll Shelby Goes Racing

Marvelous 20 minute film of Team Shelby’s racing exploits. Even if this film was just the Willow Springs chalk talk with Peter Brock it would be worth the watch.

A Vintage Racer Vintage Racing


This photo of Jim Clark in a Model-T Sprint Car almost breaks my brain. It only makes sense for Jimmy in the context of the celebrations surrounding the Indianapolis 500.

A $300,000 Slot Car Table Sounds Like a Good Idea


Neiman Marcus’ Christmas catalog is famous for their over-the-top gift ideas. My favorite from last year was the custom falconry equipment.

A $300,000 Slot Car Table Sounds Like a Good Idea


Neiman Marcus’ Christmas catalog is famous for their over-the-top gift ideas. My favorite from last year was the custom falconry equipment.

Collecting a Porsche 356 at Baggage Claim


I only leave home with the essentials. Via I Love Porsche. You can read this post in its original form on The Chicane.

Art Appreciation: The Borg-Warner Trophy


The winners of the Indy 500 might not get to take home the Borg-Warner after they drink their post-race milk but there’s something even more precious to each winner of the Borg-Warner trophy and how they are commemorated.

Jackie’s Shirt


We’re giving another go at crowdfunding a new t-shirt. This time it’s a recreation of a Tyrrell shirt that Jackie Stewart was photographed in.

To Build, or Not to Build…


I’m glad this isn’t mine. I would agonize for months over whether I should build this or not. Intellectually, coldly, logically I know that this should never be assembled.

Jaguar’s Continuation E-Type Lightweight Prototype is Glorious


A few months back Jaguar raised all of our spirits with the news that they would fulfill the original build order of 18 E-Type lightweights (only 12 were build in period) to the original specification, from aluminum bodywork to D-type heads.

1954 Andrews Air Force Base Races Film

Excellent footage here from the Andrews Air Force Base Sports Car Races. The segment from the (almost) all-MG race—including the LeMans start—at the 8 minutes, 30 seconds mark is particularly great.


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