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Aston Martin V-8 Lagonda Supercar Information

The Aston Martin V8 Lagonda was just one-inch shorter than the Mercedes-Benz 450SEl, yet it was over 5-inches lower. Power was from a DOHC V8 engine that displaced 326.3 cubic-inches and produced 280 horsepower. The futuristic and sensuous wedged shaped......

Audi Sport Quattro Supercar Information

This 1948 Audi Sport Quattro road going car was acquired by its current American-based caretaker from its first owner, noted Japanese collector Yoshikuni Okamoto, of Kobe. Currently, the car has just 8,300 kilometers showing on its odometer, which are......

Ferrari 288 GTO Supercar Information

Within the car world there are few names as influential and weighty as Yoshiho Matsuda. Within his native Japan there are virtually no automobile museums, except for Toyota. But then there is Matsuda. Given Mr. Matsudas prowess and eye for iconic and......

Ferrari 308 GTB Supercar Information

Ferrari introduced the 308 at the 1975 Paris Auto Salon and it served as a replacement to the Dino 246. It marked a shift in Ferraris production from low volume models and coachbuilt cars to models with a much broader market appeal. Production of the......

Ferrari 308 GTS Supercar Information

This Ferrari 308 GTS is a very high-mileage car, at 205,000 miles, scotching the assumption that the 308 is fragile. It is a red over tan V8 former track car that has been restored and subsequently has won multiple concours events, including the 2006......

Ferrari 400i Supercar Information

This 1984 Ferrari GTi 400 with chassis number 50807 is powered by a 4823cc V12 engine with dual overhead cams and a horsepower rating of 315. There is a five-speed manual gearbox and four-wheel disc brakes. The Ferrari 400 Series was a new 22 that......

Ferrari 412 Prototipo Supercar Information

This Prototipo Scaglietti Ferrari is a usable road car and not just a mule or styling exercise. It was designed by Sergio Scaglietti and created to evaluate the use of advanced composite materials in the load-bearing structure of road vehicles. It......

Ferrari 512 BBi Supercar Information

The mid-engine, introduced at the 1971 Turin Motor Show, had the difficult task of competing with the Lamborghini Miura and the Maserati Bora supercars. It was a completely new car from the group up, including its new Pininfarina design which was hand-built......

Ferrari 512 BBi Supercar Information

Willy König founded Koenig Specials GmbH in Munich in 1977, with the purpose of creating bespoke automobile creations, most notably for their extensive modifications to Ferrari vehicles throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Willy was an avid motorsports competitor,......

Jaguar XJR-5 Supercar Information

In a nutshell the Jaguar XJRs were a series of sports racing cars used by Jaguar-backed teams in both World Sportscar Championship (WSC) Group C and IMSA camel GTP series between 1983 and 1993. This Group 44 (car number 10, race number 44) Jaguar......

Lamborghini Countach Supercar Information

The Countach was styled by Marcello Gandini of Bertone design studio, the same designer and studio that designed the Miura. Gandini was then a young, inexperienced designer - not very experienced in the practical, ergonomic aspects of automobile design,......

Lamborghini Jalpa P350 GTS Supercar Information

The Bertone-designed Lamborghini Jalpa was introduced at the 1981 Geneva Auto Show. It was released for worldwide sale as a 1982 model, joining the Countach. In keeping with company tradition, it was named after a breed of fighting bulls. The Jalpa succeeded......

Lancia 037 Supercar Information

The mid-engine Lancia Rally car called the Lancia 037 (Abarth SE037) was built to compete in the FIA Group B World Rally Championship. Beginning in 1982, the World Rally Championship was contested under the Group B regulations which had recently been......

Lotus Excel Supercar Information

British based Lotus Engineering Ltd was founded in 1952 by Colin Chapman (Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman), a graduate of University College, London. Team Lotus split off from Lotus Engineering in 1954, was active and competitive in Formula One racing from......

Maserati Quattroporte Supercar Information

The four-door full-size luxury sports saloon, known as the Maserati Quattroporte, was first introduced in 1963. It wore styling by the Turinese coachbuilder Pietro Frua, who drew inspiration from a Maserati 5000 GT (chassis number 103.060) which he had......

Peugeot Quasar Supercar Information

Quasar, constituting a real challenge to the imagination and an exercise in styling, proves that stylists and engineers can forget industrial constraints and surpass themselves in order to achieve full freedom of expression.This coupe, which draws......

Porsche 911 RSR Supercar Information

German car manufacturer Ruf Automobile GmbH has a history that date back to 1939, when it was founded in Pfaffenhausen, Germany as Auto Ruf by Alois Ruf Sr. The early work included the operation of a service garage that included a full-service gas......

Porsche 962 Supercar Information

Series Number 962.103 - Al Holberts 1984 car that won four races in 1984, five in 1985, four in 1986 including the 24-Hours of Daytona, and the 24-Hours again plus Lime Rock in 1987.The famous Lowenbrau #14 holds many victories and honors in the......

Porsche 969 Turbo Supercar Information

Frank Rinderknecht founded Rinspeed AG in 1979 and early projects included turbocharged Volkswagen Golf concepts with exotic gullwing doors and a Porsche 928 interior. Since then, the Swiss-based company has built many concept and special vehicles that......

Rolls-Royce Camargue Supercar Information

This Rolls-Royce Camargue is a late-production example that was originally invoiced to Rolls-Royce Motors International in Lausanne, Switzerland, on January 24, 1984. It was built as a left-hand drive car and finished in coral with a cream Everflex roof......