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Prodigal Fun

Prodigal Fun

Matt Scanlon January 30, 2014 0

Alfa Romeo returns to the U.S. market this spring with one of the best under-$60,000 sports cars ever made Since Alfa Romeo left the United States market more than 14 years ago, sports enthusiasts ...

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The Limo That Roared

The Limo That Roared

Matt Scanlon January 28, 2014 0

Bentley’s Mulsanne re-branding is just the latest—and one of the best—attempts by the 96-year-old Brit maker to combine racing heritage with lux sedan lines It has been long and mistakenly thought Bentley and Rolls-Royce ...

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iSurrender

iSurrender

Matt Scanlon December 3, 2013 0

BMW’s i8 Spyder hybrid might make committed road environmentalists out of us all Believe it or not, it has been 16 years since Toyota’s Prius revolutionized the way we think about automotive fuel economy ...

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Range Rover

Range Rover

Industry Magazine September 30, 2013 0

Cadillac’s long-awaited ELR hybrid takes the “how far ’till the battery’s dead?” worry out of electro-sport coupe driving We go out of our way in the pages of this magazine to champion American manufacturing ...

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The Floating Ferrari

The Floating Ferrari

Matt Scanlon June 26, 2013 0

In the lottery dream scenario of this issue, we present the 50-foot Cranchi Atlantique, in all its absurdly wonderful splendor It would be a stretch to suggest that a boat live-aboard option is a ...

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Seventh Heaven

Seventh Heaven

Industry Magazine June 25, 2013 0

The Corvette’s seventh design reinterpretation since 1953 is silky and dangerous simultaneously, and includes an engine the envy of cars twice its price When the first Corvette rolled off Chevy’s assembly line in 1953, ...

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“All Rise!”

“All Rise!”

Matt Scanlon March 13, 2013 0

Victory’s new Judge Supercruiser holds court in an American maker market previously dominated by Harley For a company founded in 1997 with the intention of doing nothing less than challenging the venerable Harley Davidson ...

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Bad Seed

Bad Seed

Matt Scanlon November 3, 2012 0

Benz’s SLS AMG GT represents a quiet little corner of the usually-sensible Stuttgart maker that has gone… completely insane For all its fabled credentials as a manufacturer of impeccable production standards and fit and finish, ...

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The F Word

The F Word

Matt Scanlon September 5, 2012 0

Ever since the legendarily sexy Jaguar E-type debuted in 1961, enthusiasts have been awaiting a resurrection; their patience is going to be rewarded this spring in the form of the F-type Amidst the thousands ...

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Southern Trawl

Southern Trawl

Matt Scanlon June 30, 2012 0

TAKING THE YACHT PLUNGE? FORGET THE SPORTFISHERMAN; INSTEAD, TAKE PRIDE IN THE OLD-WORLD, UNRUFFLED SPLENDOR OF AN OCEAN-GOING TRAWLER  Approximately $1 million Max Length 49’11″ Length Overall 45’9″ Length Waterline 41’9″ Max Beam 14’7″ ...

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THE GIANT KILLER

THE GIANT KILLER

Matt Scanlon June 30, 2012 0

HYUNDAI’S UTRA-PREMIUM EQUUS WAS CONCEIVED AS NOTHING LESS THAN AN AUDI AND BMW KILLER. INCREDIBLY, IT JUST MIGHT BE BOTH  Those of us old enough to remember when the curious looking Hyundai Excel first rolled ...

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