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The World’s Most Expensive Car

And you thought the Bugatti Veyron was expensive. This 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, while making the Veyron look like a Yugo, reportedly sold for $52 million. That number is staggering so we will write it out. $52,000,000. Who sold their soul to the devil to buy this, you ask? Well, the name isn’t released but they did just acquire 1 of just 39 GTOs made in 1963, specifically for GT racing. Largely considered the most prized of all Ferraris, this particular GTO took first place in the 1963 Tour de France road race. And with this sale, it becomes the most expensive automobile. Original sticker price, by the way, was about $18,000 and required approval by no other than Enzo Ferrari himself.
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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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Hands-On: Sole Bicycles

We get it. There is a certain appeal to a fixed gear bike. The simplicity and clean lines of a fixie capture the essence of bicycling while giving the impression that rider and bike are one with each other. So when Venice, California based Sole’ Bicycles offered to send us one of their fixies to check out, we were stoked. ... continue reading
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Driven: 2014 Toyota Corolla

We feature a lot of cars that, while great to look at, aren’t exactly in most people’s budget. So when Toyota approached us about being one of the first groups to test out the new 2014 Corolla, we thought it might actually be informative for readers looking to make a daily driver purchase. Toyota sent us out to San Diego to test drive the new 2014 Corolla L, LE, LE Eco, and S and here’s what we thought: ... continue reading
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8 Cars We Wish We Could Get in the U.S.

It was just about five years ago that American auto enthusiasts had something to celebrate. After years upon years of anticipation, the iconic Nissan Skyline GT-R was now available in the States branded simply as the GT-R. Sure, we know that other versions of the Skyline made it here under the Infiniti G35 name, but this was the GT-R or as it is so kindly referred to, Godzilla. Fast forward to 2013. After an 18 year hiatus, Alfa Romeo is ... ... continue reading
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8 Vintage SUVs We Want Right Now

We all know the appeal of the SUV. It brings about a sense of adventure filled with thoughts of powering through snow-covered roads while other lesser cars get stuck or trekking to a remote cabin in the woods for a weekend of camping. And while today’s SUVs are marvelous with their iPhone connectivity and plush leather seating, you are way more likely to find one filled with groceries on the way to Starbucks for a latte. So we decided to ... ... continue reading
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Man Builds a Lamborghini in His Basement

What do you have going on in your basement? Some mold growing? A random collection of crumpled red Solo cups accruing in the corner? Whatever it is, it’s not as crazy as this. Ken Imhoff, a sports car nut with a bit of time on his hands, spent 17 years building a Lamborghini Countach from scratch in his basement. Back in 2008 he finally finished constructing the ride. Afterwards, Ken simply excavated to get his new wheels outside. You know, ... ... continue reading
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LEGO Cars from 80s Shows & Movies

Back in the 80's, the only things we were building with LEGO bricks were cars that looked like giant boxes on wheels. If our rides actually existed, people would be hitting overpasses, bumping into people in other lanes, and having to deal with a multitude of blind spots whenever they were behind the wheel. We prefer ... continue reading
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Batman Tumbler Replica

We don't go around telling people how to spend their money (okay, we kinda do in a way), but we can tell when someone has spent their money wisely, and the gents from Team Galag have spent some $1.6 million very, very wisely . . . by building a Batman Tumbler replica. The street-legal ride sports a 6.2-liter V-8, a ... continue reading
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NYC Bikes

If you live in NYC, owning a bike is as much a necessity as knowing good pizza places and despising tourists. For most, it's the easiest way to get around that doesn't require filling up a MetroCard. Most of the rides you'll see as you navigate the city blocks are run-of-the-mill two-wheelers that you can pick ... continue reading
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Nissan Juke-R

When the Nissan Juke was originally released, men everywhere released a collective sigh of total ambivalence. It was never bad looking, or incredibly slow, or horribly expensive and it's decently spacious, but there was never a wow factor either. Nothing to grab you by the nads and proclaim in a sultry engine growl ... continue reading
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Megatron Tank

If you thought the scariest thing you could see on the road was some guy in a Hummer talking on his cell while sipping a chai latte, think again.  Some dude in China who goes by the name Steel Legend has built himself an 11,000lbs Megatron Tank.  Our DIY projects while cool to us - beer bottle chandeliers, man ... continue reading
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