The Lifestyle Guide for Men on the Cutting Edge
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The red leather and intricate dashboard inside the 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Sport Tourer provides a stark contrast to the glossy, black exterior.
Its wide-angle 3.8-liter inline-six engine is outfitted with Lucas mechanical fuel injection which enables it to turn out 300 hp.
One of just seven ever made to order, it was updated with a 3.8-liter engine in 1958 before being acquired by Le Mans winner Richard Attwood.
Its power comes from a 427 C.I crate engine with available upgrades that boost its horsepower from 545 to over 770.
A stainless steel exhaust system designed for high-flow performance and specially-tailored rear and front wheels are other upgraded parts.
This recreation of the heralded ‘Red Pig’ racer has a widened track, flared wheel arches, and a 6.8-liter engine capable of producing 420 hp.
The BMW’s original interior remains in pristine condition and its engine bay benefited from restoration work as recently as 2007.
The car’s impressive power and performance are fully realized thanks to triple carburetors, gas dampers, and a lighter flywheel.
The original prototype of the Ferrari F50 Berlinetta Prototipo comes to auction after being kept in pristine condition for over 2 decades.
This 165 Ferrari 275 GTS still has its original paint scheme and 3.3-liter engine that has yet to eclipse 100,000 miles.