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  • KARMA: E-FLEX SUPERCAR PLATFORM

    KARMA: E-FLEX SUPERCAR PLATFORM

    Racing inspired, all-electric AWD KARMA: E-FLEX SUPERCAR PLATFORM with four-motor BEV architecture is capable of handling over 1,000 horsepower. Following the announcement of Karma Automotive’s all-electric high-performance E-Flex™ platform with supercar-capable architecture last month, Karma engineers have now begun testing the platform in an all-wheel drive (AWD) performance EV prototype vehicle. Equipped with Karma’s racing-inspired […]
  • ROD & CUSTOM: GARAGE TOUR

    ROD & CUSTOM: GARAGE TOUR

    Serial hot-rodder Pat Ganahl takes us on a rare ROD & CUSTOM: GARAGE TOUR of his man cave, revealing what he has been working on for decades. And, is still working on! Today, Pat Ganahl takes our hi-tech readers on a guided tour of his garage that’s packed with cars and enough hard-to-see, half-hidden details […]
  • CLAUDE LELOUCH: FERRARI RENDEZVOUS REDUX

    CLAUDE LELOUCH: FERRARI RENDEZVOUS REDUX

    Ferrari SF90 Stradale and Charles Leclerc protagonists in a unique short film – CLAUDE LELOUCH: FERRARI RENDEZVOUS REDUX – to be shot in Monaco on what was to be one of F1’s major events. Some appointments in the calendar cannot be forgotten. Even under the most difficult of circumstances, they cry out to be honored […]
  • E-CLASS: MERCEDES-AMG SUPER COUPES

    E-CLASS: MERCEDES-AMG SUPER COUPES

    The concept of putting big motors in midsize coupes spawned the Supercar or Musclecar era – 1960s-1970s – in the U.S. Mercedes-Benz refined the genre in 1988 with ‘The Hammer’, followed by E-CLASS: MERCEDES-AMG SUPER COUPES. For more than three decades, sporty coupes have been among the top performers at Mercedes-AMG. It all began with […]
  • PAT GANAHL: OLD SCHOOL HOT RODS

    PAT GANAHL: OLD SCHOOL HOT RODS

    A scavenger hunt – PAT GANAHL: OLD SCHOOL HOT RODS – uncovers photos and magazines showcasing hot rodding’s golden years, including a 1961 issue CUSTOM RODDER edited by CGC Editor, Marty Schorr! What does Sailor Bob’s ’27 T have to do with this? Serendipity. I showed one of these non-color-shifted Ektachromes from ’58 recently, asking […]
  • BALDWIN-MOTION: CORVETTE CONNECTION

    BALDWIN-MOTION: CORVETTE CONNECTION

    Joel Rosen’s love affair with the Corvette, starting with a solid-axle Corvette that he hill-climbed and a white-trimmed black ’63 Sting Race Fuelie known in local drag racing circles as the (unbeatable) Skunk, spawned the first “tuner” Corvettes, available from the BALDWIN-MOTION: CORVETTE CONNECTION. In 1968 the Shark-inspired Corvette C3 Stingray was all new and, […]
  • CONCEPT: CORVETTE XP-819

    CONCEPT: CORVETTE XP-819

    The story behind the radical CONCEPT: CORVETTE XP-819, from Concept build to concours restoration by Kevin Mackay’s Corvette Repair and then to its showing at the 2020 Amelia Island Concours where it was photographed, below, by CGC’s Mike Matune. Chevrolet has come a long way – actually 67 years – since Zora Arkus-Duntov built the […]
  • ROB IDA: TUCKER TORPEDO

    ROB IDA: TUCKER TORPEDO

    The ROB IDA: TUCKER TORPEDO continues where Preston Tucker, subject of a myriad of conspiracy theories, left off. It’s called, improving the breed! Preston Tucker, renegade hot-rodder, car designer, and principle behind the Tucker Corporation, engineered and built the Tucker Model 48, also known as the Torpedo, before coming to an ignominious end after a […]
  • JOEL ROSEN: BALDWIN-MOTION SUPERCARS

    JOEL ROSEN: BALDWIN-MOTION SUPERCARS

    Hagerty’s Reggie Horning blogs about the man from Motion who earned his cred the old fashion way – a quarter-mile at a time – and the Supercars he built between 1967 and 1974! If you lived in Brooklyn in the early-1960s and drag raced a fuel-injected Corvette or a Chevy powered by a Rochester-injected small-block, […]
  • MERCEDES-BENZ: AMG RED PIG RACER

    MERCEDES-BENZ: AMG RED PIG RACER

    That’s what they called the 300 SEL sedan powered by a 6.8 liter, 428 horsepower V8 sedan that won its class at the 1971 24 Hours of Spa and finished second overall! The MERCEDES-BENZ: AMG RED PIG RACER is credited with the birth of AMG. Today, AMG is the in-house performance arm of Mercedes-Benz, but […]