1991 Ferrari F40: Driving The Dream Car

This month, Ferrari celebrates its 70th Anniversary. Register at http://ferrari70nyc.com for a unique digital experience and a chance to win prizes. Ferrari makes dream cars. It’s what they do. Perhaps no Ferrari in history has lived up to that promise quite like the F40. See our behind the scenes gallery and read more about this

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1959 Maserati Tipo 61: Climb Into The Birdcage

Join us this week for a special film as we follow along with Marino Franchitti for a track session in Nick Mason’s 1959 Maserati Tipo 61 “Birdcage.” Delicate and purposeful in single swooping package, this is the car that defines what it means to be ethereal, and it is the best looking bit of motorsport

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1967 Toyota 2000GT: A Generational Gift

In this week’s film we head off to the French commune of Annemasse just outside of Switzerland, where we met multiple generations of the Degenève family as they recounted the story of this Toyota 2000GT. The clan operates the oldest Toyota dealer in the country, and at one point Jean-Pierre Degenève owned two of these

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Chasing Classic Villains

The Carabinieri are Italy’s national military police force and have played an instrumental part in Italy’s history, including helping bring down Mussolini during World War II. What makes them even more badass is that not only do they get to wear chic uniforms and drive Alfa Romeos, but in the ’60s and ’70s they were

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The Bavarian Experience Teaser

BMW perfected the sports sedan. This simple concept, a winning blend of practicality, performance, stealth, and comfort is something we take for granted today, with competitors from across the globe selling their best imitation Ultimate Driving Machines. Somehow, though, none seem to be able to capture the elusive BMW feel, a magic mix of control

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