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2004 Acura NSX-T

The auction hammer fell at $133,000 for this 2004 Acura NSX-T: Market correct outcome This is strong money for an NSX, however, this car has mileage, year, and color on its side. We would call this market correct. Japanese modern classics are on the rise and later-series NSX’s are at the epicenter of collectible Japanese […]

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2017 and 2019 Turtle Invitational Photos Are Now Live

“A group of passionate enthusiasts come together for a weekend of camaraderie, cars, cocktails, and conversations. A stunning roster of classic vehicles fill the show field. The Turtle Invitational does not aim to be just another stop on the crowded and stale Concours de’ Elegance tour. Our goal is to put on a spectacular weekend […]

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Ringbrothers 1972 Chevrolet K5 Blazer

The auction hammer fell at $300,000 for this 1972 Chevrolet Blazer: Ridiculously well sold! Insanity or stupidity? Read the long BaT auction thread for yourself here. No comments necessary—a colossal waste of capital. From BaT: This 1972 Chevrolet Blazer was built in 2019 by Ringbrothers, an award-winning workshop that specializes in custom builds, composite bodywork, […]

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A Legend is Gone: Sir Stirling Moss

“Stirling’s drive to victory in the Mille Miglia is one of the outstanding sporting feats of the 20th century. It is right up there with Roger Bannister’s sub-4-minute mile and Jean-Claude Killy’s three gold medals in the 1968 Grenoble Winter Olympics. It is probably the single greatest drive of all time in motorsports.”   —Murray […]

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