Older Car Reviews

April Hot Car – 1995 Ferrari F50

To date one of the rarest Ferraris ever built, you are looking at one of the most prized Ferrari collector’s pieces yet. Look in any serious Ferrari collection, and you will typically find an F50. It is a staple for the Ferrari enthusiast for many reasons. Starting off with some performance, this car certainly delivers. With an F1 inspired V12 engine good for 513 Horse Power, this car will scoot from a standstill to 60 MPH in just 3.7 seconds; keep in mind that this car came out in the mid-nineties, this time is still quicker than some super cars being produced today.

January Hot Car – 2008 Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir

What do you do when you have $2,500,000+ USD to spend on a car, but don’t want the same run of the mill Bugatti Veyron? Enter the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir: In French, Sang Noir means black blood, and that was the essence of the car – dark and menacing. Only 15 of these were produced, and the North American market only saw 3 chassis imported. Check out this hot car of the month by photographer Matt Wetzel.

1971 Ferrari Dino

September Hot Car – 1971 Ferrari Dino

For the car this month, we head back in time, past most of the modern cars we have featured, all the way back to 1971 at Ferrari’s Maranello factory. Enzo Ferrari wanted something of a “lower” cost sports car to fit in the market segment below his masterful V12 GT cars. Enzo, however, didn’t want to cheapen his cars, or diminish the brand’s exclusivity, so he named this subgroup “Dino” cars after his son Alredo “Dino” Ferrari.

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