Video of the Week: A Trio of Bugattis at Speed
News from JUN 16, 2018 at 5:59AM
Also known as Royale, the Bugatti Type 41 is one of the largest cars in the world, measuring 169.3 inches in wheelbase and 252 inches in overall length. It's also powered by one of the biggest engines ever made – a 12.7-liter V8 that's 4.6 feet long and 3.6 feet high. It was manufactured by Bugatti from 1927 to 1933.
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In which state should you register your collector car? A great majority of the registrations for collector cars are split between three states: South Dakota, Arizona, and Montana. It can be a little confusing to know which one to choose , so here's a breakdown of each state to give you an idea of the one that’s right for you.
When it comes to defining collector vehicles, apparently it's different strokes for different folks. Miura, Pinto, Veyron, Yugo, Agera, Trabant may indeed all qualify! What's the most uncollectible vehicle you have ever owned, that now is considered a collector? Regardless, Auto Appraisal Network of South Florida appraises them all!
This article is actually about selling a classic car online, but every seller needs a buyer! If you are buying online, and cannot get up close and personal to kick the tires, be sure to get a pre-purchase inspection from a local Auto Appraiser. In South Florida, we can help! https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63623879/selling-your-classic-car-online
Whether you are buying your first collector car, adding one to you collection, or purchasing the whole collection, we can help with a pre-purchase inspection (PPI) and Fair Market Value appraisal in South Florida.
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Sleek lines of a 1937 Cord 812 Beverly conceals its once hidden past when it comes up in auctions. Learn the controversial history behind this historic automobile. https://www.foxnews.com/auto/cursed-1937-cord-812-political-history
Collectors haven't really taken notice of '80s and early '90s Ford Broncos just yet, but this gorgeous find might help change that.... https://www.ford-trucks.com/how-tos/slideshows/two-owner-1990-bronco-is-a-sure-fire-xmas-gift-602261
The world’s most expensive car is at the center of a High Court battle between a dealer and an American collector, as a judge must decide who is entitled to the $48 million vehicle’s gearbox. Gregor Fisken, 55, a London classic supercar trader, bought the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in October 2017 on the understanding that its missing original gearbox would be sourced. However, when the seller, Bernard Carl, a Washington lawyer, failed to hand over the part, Mr Fisken sued for breach of contract.