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Date: 1964 Location: London, England Source: Gene E. Drubek, via Randy Drubek What do you see here ..read more
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Fort Ticonderoga; image courtesy of Fort Ticonderoga and Carl Heilman II. Since the inception of the Hemmings Motor News Concours d’ ..read more
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Date: 1964 Location: London, England Source: Gene E. Drubek, via Randy Drubek What do you see here ..read more
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Documented and race ready 1963 Elva Mk. 7 for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller’s description: This particular chassis #70-017, was ..read more
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Date: 1964 Location: London, England Source: Gene E. Drubek, via Randy Drubek What do you see here ..read more
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Date: 1972 Location: Switzerland Source: Gene E. Drubek, via Randy Drubek What do you see here ..read more
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BMW roundel. Photo by Dushan Hanuska. BMW and Mini owners around the country got some bad news on March 8, when Bavarian Autosport, the ..read more
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Date: 1972 Location: Switzerland Source: Gene E. Drubek, via Randy Drubek What do you see here ..read more
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Photos courtesy Bonhams. Vauxhall had no racing infrastructure when it reentered racing in 1971. It didn’t intend its 2.3-liter four- ..read more
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Yes, Phil Hill became the first American to win the Formula One world championship driving for Ferrari in 1961. Yes, he had a spectacular ..read more

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