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Dyler is a free ad platform for Classic Cars and here you will also find fascinating articles about Classic Cars and people who are changing the auto world.

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  • Jim Clark Watches – What Did the Best F1 Driver Wear?

    Jim Clark raced between 1960 and 1968. He is considered the best Formula 1 driver in history.

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  • Hertz Rent-a-Racer Introduced Shelby Muscle to the Masses

    Looking back at the first sports car for rent, and how the idea backfired. A short story of Hertz GT350 Shelby...

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  • Five Smallest Cars in the World

    If you would like to witness the inverted growth of the car, we suggest familiarizing with the tiniest vehicle...

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  • The Detective Story of How Three Unique Auto Union Racers Were Found

    Sometimes Auto Union Silver Arrows racing cars sometimes called the legendary Karassik cars

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  • A Restored 1948 Chevy Pickup Gets a 370-Horsepower Engine

    Before your eyes is a Chevrolet Thriftmaster pickup that left the General Motors factory in 1948 and recently ...

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  • Meeting the Meticulous Curator of the Gallery Aaldering

    Can cars be art? Nick Aaldering certainly thinks so. Stepping into his gallery with Ferrari 275 GTB, Mercedes ...

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  • How F1 Cars Began Being Painted in John Player Special, Gulf Oil and Other

    If you had to name the most famous colour scheme, many would say Martini Racing. However, it was not the only ...

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  • Maserati Barchetta: The Exclusive Ferrari Rival That Didn’t Pan Out

    Maserati Barchetta was developed during a particularly complicated period, when two different Maserati managem...

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  • Five most expensive Porsche models

    More and more often, Porsche models join the 7-digit club: “356”, various “911” generations, etc.

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  • The car that killed the GT1 class: Mercedes CLK LM

    Mercedes CLK LM was a car which did not begin its life as CLK but rather a McLaren F1.

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