Little Car – 1936 was a great year to be alive, because the first car appeared with pop-up headlights – quite possibly the best thing to happen to headlights since someone thought to use a light bulb instead of a gas light. They appeared simultaneously on two cars – the Italian Alfa Romeo 8C, and the American Cord 810. You had to manually wind them up and down using a handle on the dashboard. At the time they were a handy way of streamlining the front of the car, producing an aerodynamic shape that mimicked racing cars of the day, although the streamlining advantage was negligible.
This is a secret car collection I’ve been trying to visit for the past 3 years with no luck. However recently, I was asked to detail a couple very rare cars, Ferrari, Corvette, Camaro, and a Lamborghini to name a few…for an upcoming auction. The first was a Bizzarrini P538 which is valued at nearly $1,000,000 and is by the far the most expensive barn find I have had the privilege of detailing. This is the first wash and paint polishing this vehicle has received in over 32 years. It was parked next to a Noble with a Ferrari engine which was also in need of an extreme detailing. I wanted to call this a disgusting car make over or a disaster detailing junk yard find, but the Bizzarrini is just too awesome to give it such a title. Hope you enjoy!
Heather Ballentine Lamborghini sales specialist walks you through a rare 2017 Lamborghini Centenario Roadster LP 770-4 in Fully Exposed Carbon Fiber that is currently available at Lamborghini Uptown Toronto.
The 2020 Chevy Corvette C8 is the hottest car of the year — by far. Today I’m going to review the new C8 Corvette, and I’m going to take you on a tour of the new 2020 Corvette. Then I’m going to drive the 2020 C8 Corvette and tell you what it’s like on the road.
The Porsche Taycan Turbo S is a serious machine. Unlike other sports EV’s, which seem to offer thrilling acceleration but ultimately mean to replace driving, rather than improving it, the Taycan is the driver’s EV. It’s the EV designed and built by people who have won every major endurance race ever hosted. Its new 800V architecture, stunning good looks, and positively bonkers pace combined with the seriousness of build quality you get from Porsche, combines to make the best production EV money can buy.