Category Archives: Bold School

Ferrari 250 GT Ellena Is a Lesson in Perfect Proportions

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When thinking Ferrari it’s hard not to think Pininfarina. The legendary Italian carrozzeria has lent its pen strokes to the vast majority of Prancing Horses over the past six decades. But in the early days, the rapidly expanding coach builder couldn’t handle everything, which is why this gorgeous 1957 250 GT Coupe exists.  Continue Reading »

The Man Cave of Your Gearhead Dreams

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This incredible collection of cars and assorted cool stuff is hidden away in an unassuming building behind a vintage gas station. You’d have no idea there’s anything interesting inside, especially since it’s a private collection, but if you can find your way in you’ll be amazed.

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Not Just One Cuban Mercedes 300SL, But Two!

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A few weeks ago, photographer Piotr Degler Jablonski gave the Internet ‘barn find’ fever when he showcased a particular photo from his 2015 calendar, entitled “Carros de Cuba.” The print captured a dilapidated Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing in stunning detail, resting quietly underneath a banana tree in Cuba.  Continue Reading »

The Sherman M4 Was the Little Tank that Could

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The Sherman M4 tank is to World War II like roadies are to rock concerts: it did an enormous amount of work, yet it received far less recognition than it deserves. Never intended to go head-to-head with the German Mark IV Panther and Tiger tanks that it would ultimately face, the Sherman nonetheless held its own against bigger and far more capable machines.

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Mint 1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona Once in a Lifetime Buy

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Dodge’s Charger Daytona and its cousin the one-year only Plymouth Road Runner Superbird are two of the most memorable and instantly recognizable American performance cars of their day. Designed for victory on NASCAR’s high speed ovals, they weren’t all that popular among onroad customers because of their pretty extreme looks. Now, though, they are extremely collectible.

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French Chateau Hosts an Insane Collection of Cars, Motorcycles and Jets


Paris is certainly on mind in light of recent events, which reminds us of a peculiar place just two hours south of the city. Mere kilometers from Beaune (which is the heart of the Burgundy wine country) in a little two-road town sits a strangely fascinating winery called Chateau de Savigney-lès-Beaune.

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Barely Used 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT Heads to Auction

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Before Bugatti’s triumphant return over the last decade thanks to lots of Volkswagen cash flow, there was Bugatti Automobili SpA, the short-lived revival brought about under Italian entrepreneur Romano Artioli. Established in 1987, the new Bugatti quickly moved into a modern factory in Campogalliano, Italy, and work began on a mid-engined supercar that would compete with Europe’s best and bring glory back to the long dormant Bugatti nameplate.
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This Daytona-Winning Firebird Was Actually a Camaro

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When is a Pontiac Firebird not actually a Firebird? Answer: when it’s really a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. This pedigreed pony car, which competed in the SCCA’s Trans-Am series, started life as a ’68 Camaro and wound up a class winner at the 24 Hours of Daytona as a Pontiac – not your typical racing story. You can make it yours when it goes up for sale at Russo and Steele’s Scottsdale auction in January.  Continue Reading »

Fall In Love With the Failed Morgan Plus 4 Plus

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In 1964, Morgan built the Plus 4 Plus. The naming might have been off, but there was something so wonderful about this quirky little Brit that still warms my heart to this day.

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Tesla Picked as Hot Stock for 2015

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Don’t sell your Tesla investments just yet. It’s apparently a hot stock pick for 2015 according to Wall Street experts.

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