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1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle

Here is a one-of-a-kind chance to own this extremely early, rare, and historically significant Beetle. The 1943 KDF Type 60 Beetle is perfectly preserved and restored, it was originally delivered to the director of the German Red Cross and is perhaps the best preserved specimen from that era. KdF Beetles are very rare to see in any condition at all, much less in this nice of restored presentation. This is a unique opportunity to get an extremely early production Beetle, the "great grandfather” of one of the most iconic and loved vehicles in automotive history.



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JAGUAR C-X75 HYBRID SUPERCAR | Image

JAGUAR C-X75 HYBRID SUPERCAR

We take another look at the stunning Jaguar C-X75. The impressive car was first presented back in 2010 as the XJ220 successor, now Jaguar as released some new photos and behind-the-scenes film of the car’s development. The beast is powered by an incredible 1.6L four-cylinder hybrid engine(developed by Williams F1) with a combined power output in excess of 850bhp and 1000Nm of torque, and is capable of reaching 62 mph in less than 3.0 seconds on its way to a mind blo...
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VOLVO V90 CROSS COUNTRY | Image

VOLVO V90 CROSS COUNTRY

Swedish automakers Volvo have given the cross country treatment to their new V90 wagon, and boy does it look good. The Volvo V90 Cross Country is an adventure crossover that combines a comfortable, engaging driving experience and all-road, all-weather capability. The wider, taller, and burlier V90 has been fitted with the traditional grey plastic flares and body cladding, additional ride height, all wheel drive, and the heart of an explorer. watch the video bel...
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1965 MANX DUNE BUGGY | Image

1965 MANX DUNE BUGGY

The iconic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy was designed initially for desert racing by boat builder and surfer Bruce Meyers back in 1964. It quickly became popular for dominating dune racing in its time, and was eventually also released in a street-oriented model. At the time, as other firms rushed to replicate the design and layout, hundreds of thousands of Manx-style buggies soon flooded the market. In total, only approximately 7,000 original Manx dune buggies were produce...
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