Tag Archives: Monterey Car Week

A Honda Kei Truck Is The Best Way To Do Monterey Car Week

My favorite thing about Monterey Car Week is you can just show up with no plans of going to any events and you’ll still see incredible cars driving around Monterey and Carmel. Not just any cars, either, but some of the best of the best. Stuff that looks like they’ve driven straight here from a bedroom poster.

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How to Do America’s Most Extravagant Car Festival for Free

Monterey Car Week has to be one of the best weeks of the year for car enthusiasts, and it’s something I encourage everyone to try out at least once. There’s a whole plethora of cars to see that suit everyone’s tastes. While the week may be centered around the big fancy shows like the Pebble Beach Concours, The Quail,…

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Thank God The Spaceship Ferrari 512S Modulo Won’t Spend the Rest of Its Life Rotting in a Museum

Of all the strange and bizarre concept cars to ever exist, the Ferrari 512S Modulo Concept is among the strangest and most bizarre. It looks like a car more suited for space exploration than traversing human roads, but now that it runs and is finally road legal, it can finally fulfill its destiny of baffling people…

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How Many Cars Can You Spot on This 360° Monterey Motorsports Reunion Paddock Ride?

Looking at old, expensive and famous cars is great and everything, but it’s a whole other thing altogether to see them hanging out on the racetrack and in the paddock. That’s where they’re meant to be and the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion does just that.

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How to Navigate America’s Fanciest Car Show

In the past, we’ve called The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, insanely opulent and “the fanciest.” It’s where supercar owners and their rich friends to come do what they already do at home, which is look at cars and drink champagne. That doesn’t change the fact that there are still many, many people milling around the…

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They Don’t Design Dashboards Like They Used To

We spend the majority of our time with our cars sitting inside them. And one of the things that we look at the most is the dashboard, which provides all kinds of useful information. The problem with modern dashboards, as informative as they are, is that they all kind of look the same. To find uniquely designed…

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Lose Yourself in the Details of Singer And Williams’ Reworked Porsche 911

There was no shortage of awesome and incredible things at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, but, as always, anything that has been touched by Singer Vehicle Design is in a class of its own. Singer and racing firm Williams brought a special treat in the form of the Dynamic and Lightweighting Study, another…

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Ferruccio Lamborghini’s Personal Islero Was A Beautiful Work of Art

Ever wonder what the founders of car companies drove as their dailies? I have this incredible image in my mind of Ferruccio Lamborghini puttering to work every day on a tractor, but obviously that didn’t happen. In reality, he commuted in a beautiful powder-blue 1968 Lamborghini Islero.

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Settled: The New Ford GT Looks Best In Gulf Livery

Sadly, the new Ford GT seems to be more known for resale drama than its performance in motorsports and on the street. Here’s one way to win hearts and minds: add the famous Gulf livery. I don’t think it’s looked better than this to date.

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The Most Expensive Car Ever Sold at Auction Is This 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO For $48.4 Million

It’s been described as “the world’s most important, desirable, and legendary motor car.” Of course, that was by the people selling it, but the hyperbole must have worked somehow, because this 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most expensive car ever sold at auction this weekend at an RM Sotheby’s sale during Monterey…

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