Legendary

Legendary and Iconic Chevys Through the Decades

1990 Corvette C4 ZR-1

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Swiss automotive engineer and race car driver Louis Chevrolet founded Chevrolet Motor Car in 1911 with the ousted founder of General Motors. His name lives on in the legacy of one of the oldest, bestselling, and most popular brands in American automotive history.

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Series C Classic Six

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The Series C Classic Six is an icon, if for no other reason than because it was the first vehicle from the fledgling Chevrolet Motor Car Co. Big, heavy, and powerful for its day, its 40-horsepower 4.8-liter six-cylinder cast-iron engine — one of the most powerful on the road — was enough for an incredible 65 mph top speed.

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1932 Deluxe Sport

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The first of the Confederate series, the ’32 Deluxe Sports Roadster just might be the snazziest Chevy ever built, nearly 90 years on. Powered by a straight-six that

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Legendary Mk 4 Supra Race Car Barn Find

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This is an incredible resurrection.

The Mk IV Supra is one of Japan’s most infamous predators, supercar styling equipped with the high-tech 2JZ engine combine to create one of Japan’s most well-known sports cars of its time. Due to the focus on performance with the MkIV Supra, the car also quickly rose to success in the world of high-speed racing. Much of its claim to fame comes from TOM’S Castrol Supra, that car would go on to destroy the competition in GT500 racing. One might not be too far off in saying that the Supra helped to cement the Japan Grand Touring Car Championship into the minds and hearts of racing enthusiasts around the globe.

Why is the 2JZ engine so strong? Find out why here.

Somewhere in the Chugoku region of Japan, there sits a warehouse, this warehouse once held one TOM’S

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A Legendary Designer Strikes Out on His Own to Redesign Legends

Ian Callum, the noted automotive designer, has started a new company, simply named Callum Design. It could just as easily be called Unfinished Business.

Mr. Callum believes there is still mileage left, so to speak, in some notable car designs, and his shop intends to bring certain models of yesteryear forward and show how they retain their vitality in the modern world.

“We are in the business of reimagining,” said Mr. Callum, 66, who has been working out of his design shop in Warwick, England, since retiring in 2019 after two decades as Jaguar Land Rover’s top designer. To date, he and his team of stylists, engineers and fabricators have “reimagined” the Aston Martin Vanquish and the Jaguar Mark 2; most recently they’ve announced a second-generation Corvette project.

“Some stories,” he noted with a wink during an online press event, “are better the second time told.”

The tragedy of

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