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  • Reid All About It: 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C

    The Alfa Romeo 4C is the definition of a minimalist sports car.

    The Alfa Romeo 4C is the Definition of a Minimalist Sports Car

    — by Andy Reid

    Every once in a while, a manufacturer decides to design a car that, from the very start, is set up to be a future classic. Cars like the Porsche Carrera GT and the Lexus LFA are great examples of born-to-be classics, and sadly, they’re both quite expensive.

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  • Reid All About It: 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage

    Indulge Your Inner 007 With This Hand-Build English Sports Car

      — by Andy Reid
     
    Generally, the name Aston Martin conjures images of James Bond driving off to save the world. Motorsports fans will also remember how legends Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori won the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans at the wheel of an Aston Martin DBR1. But associations like these aren't the only reason Aston Martin’s vehicles continue to be coveted.
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  • Reid All About It: 2017 Ford Mustang GT350

    The Mustang GT350 is one of the best high performance cars Ford has ever produced.

    The GT350 is a Potent Sports Car That Revs to 8,250 RPM

    -- by Andy Reid

    With all the buzz surrounding Ford v Ferrari, I thought it’d be appropriate to pick a car from the AutoNation Drive inventory that makes a nod toward this great film. If you haven’t seen it, please do, as it might be the finest racing movie ever made. The film documents the epic battle that Ford, with assistance from the great Carroll Shelby, fought to beat Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. As a result, my pick is what many journalists…

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  • Weapons-Grade Performance: 2008 Porsche GT3 RS For Sale

    The Porsche GT3 RS is street-legal, but made for the track.

    It has Air Conditioning and a Radio, But the 911 GT3 RS is Truly a Race Car

    -- by Andy Reid

    We’re truly in the final golden age of supercars. Never in the history of the automobile industry have there been more astoundingly fast cars available from so many manufacturers.

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