1965 Chevrolet Corvette C1 Centurion

March, 2018 § Leave a comment

Centurion is a custom C1 Corvette built by Fiberfab (a custom car builder founded in 1964).  Fiberfab taked inspiration from Bill Mitchell’s original 1959 XP-87 Stingray concept car and racer. The result is a nice design with iconic dual headrest fairings on the rear deck..t

Powered by 4.6-liter V8 engine. This car it was fully restored with a striking Inca Silver body color. Enjoy the pics.


1967 Ford GT40 Mk IV

March, 2018 § Leave a comment

Gooding & Company’s will auction the very last Ford GT40 Mk. IV. The last of 12 GT40 chassis built by Ford for 1967. And when it was built, it was really just a chassis built as a spare for the cars Ford took to Le Mans. Now, it’s been completed, has a V8 525 hp… and it’s really nice!  Thanks to Mathieu Heurtault pictures!

Image Credit: Copyright and courtesy of Gooding & Company.

2018 Ferrari 488 Pista

February, 2018 § Leave a comment


Only a matter of time before Ferrari introduced a more hardcore 488 version, like the previous 458 Speciale, 430 Scuderia, and 360 Challenge Stradale.   Aerodynamics and aesthetics straps for “track” (“pista” means that in Italian=.

The most powerful V8 in Ferrari’s history on a gorgeous car!


1952 Bentley Continental R-Type

February, 2018 § Leave a comment

Bentley started off as one of the most successful racing marques of the 1920s, then was acquired by Rolls-Royce in 1931. Thereafter, Bentley became the sportier sister marque of Rolls.  Nowadays both brands separate their lifes… Bentley is owned by Audi and Rolls by BMW.

Both brands have a long history of gorgeous cars like this 1952 Continental R-type. There was only 208 examples of this car ever created. A nice aerodynamic design with a lot of aluminum. With 4.6 liter inline-6 with 153 bhp. The 1952 Continental had a top speed of 120 mph which at the time of launch made it the fastest four-seater car in the world. Enjoy the nice pics near a 2016 Continental GT Speed.


1954 Plymouth Belmont

January, 2018 § Leave a comment

A concept car from the Plymouth Division (Chrysler Corporation) for the 1954 New York Auto Show. The car was styled by Briggs powered by a 157hp V8 engine.

Although concept cars were routinely destroyed once their useful life was over, under a special arrangement with Chrysler, the Belmont became the personal property of Vice President of Design Virgil Exner for several years.

1958 Skylark II XP-75 Concept

December, 2017 § Leave a comment

A gorgeous 50’s concept from General Motors, designed by Ned Nickles and body built by famous Italian brand Pininfarina.

In someway it’s the seed of the final 1959 Buick.  Two cars were built with a few differences you can see on the pics.  Lovely wing-like rear fins, nice sculptured metal side, and the rounded hood that draws a shoulder with the lights below… interesting and personal design.

I’ve met this car on this site http://www.oldcarsweekly.com that I would like to recommend everybody. And, the photos come from GM Media Archive.

2020 Tesla Roadster

December, 2017 § Leave a comment

The most (and the only) gorgeous car Tesla has build is the Roadster, a car that was based on the gorgeous Lotus Elise… they used this nice design and make it electric.

Finally Tesla has designed something gorgeous by themselves, the new Roadster version. Interesting how traditional brands hide their designs until they are close to be launched. Not Tesla…