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Lamborghini is recalling all 11 Centenarios in the US

Lamborghini Centenario owners have first-world problems

Future Classic: Volkswagen Rabbit/Golf GTI

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In 1983, the U.S. was just emerging from the automotive weariness of the 1970s. The Arab oil embargo had made everybody leery of gas supplies and rising prices.

Future Classic: Mazda MX-5 Miata

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It seemed as though a void needed to be filled after MG sold its last MGB in 1980, Triumph was put to rest in 1981, and the Fiat 124 Spider was quick to follow in 1985.

Future Classic: Dodge Viper

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Originally intended as Chrysler’s modern take on the Shelby Cobra, the Dodge Viper concept was simple and straightforward in 1989

Future classic: Honda S2000

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The Honda S2000, or S2K, is one of the most likely future classics out there. The car first showed up in 1995 as a Sports Study Concept.

Future Classic: Nissan Skyline R32

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The forbidden fruit of the future classics realm is now beckoning to be taken.

Future classic: Pontiac Firebird’s final years

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The final four years of the Pontiac Firebird also marked the last gasp of the classic muscle-car era that started in the 1960s.
BJ 2045

10 cars to buy and drive now, but with Barrett-Jackson 2045 in mind

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Hopefully you recall that yesterday, I shared the list of 10 future classic cars I’d selected earlier this century with the thought...
2007 list

Barrett-Jackson 2032: How is Larry’s list holding up?

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As I work to clean out the storage unit I rented when I moved from Phoenix to the Las Vegas area, I...

Will drift cars become cherished classics?

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In 2006, a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6 convertible rolled across the auction block at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale sale, and sold for $1,242,000.