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    Founder of Autocade, the online car encyclopædia. I also write the motoring features at Lucire (see http://lucire.com). I’m a lifelong motorhead. My first car, at one day old: a Hot Wheels ’55 Chevy Nomad. I’m based in Wellington, New Zealand.

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    Founder of Autocade, the online car encyclopædia. I also write the motoring features at Lucire (see http://lucire.com). I’m a lifelong motorhead. My first car, at one day old: a Hot Wheels ’55 Chevy Nomad. I’m based in Wellington, New Zealand.

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    Plenty more about this model at AROnline, at http://www.aronline.co.uk/cars/innocenti/mini-overseas-innocenti-90120/

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    Before the Mini Metro, there was the Innocenti Mini

    We often hear people say that the original Mini outlived its successor, the Austin Mini Metro (and its derivatives). What we don’t hear as often is that it also outlived the Innocenti Mini. This Bertone-designed (by Marcello Gandini)...Read more

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    For fellow Renault fans: I sure found this exciting.

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    Alpine is back, with the A110 Première Edition

    Come March 2018, Alpine will be truly back after an absence from showrooms of over 22 years

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    The first time the Aston Martin Vantage nameplate was used independently of a model qualifier was this. More at http://autocade.net/index.php/Aston_Martin_Vantage_(1972%E2%80%933)

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    1973 Aston Martin Vantage

    Unlike today, this Aston Martin Vantage is from an era when the Vantage badge used to denote the highest power versions of their flagship DB cars.

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    Before the Mini Metro, there was the Innocenti Mini

    We often hear people say that the original Mini outlived its successor, the Austin Mini Metro (and its derivatives). What we don’t hear as often is that it also outlived the Innocenti Mini. This Bertone-designed (by Marcello Gandini)...Read more

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    All at sea for the Mini Metro launch

    What was it like when dealers were shown the Austin Mini Metro? Richard Williams recalls the launch event on the MS Vistafjord in 1980: www.aronline.co.uk/ar-cars/history-all-at-sea-for-the-minimetro-launch…/

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    Jack Yan reposted to The Global Motorshow

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    Exciting developments at BMW that we’ll add to Autocade in the future.

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    BMW is aiming to electrify the future

    The German carmaker unveils its bold plan for 25 new EV and hybrid models by 2025

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    Alpine is back, with the A110 Première Edition

    Come March 2018, Alpine will be truly back after an absence from showrooms of over 22 years

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    Lamborghini launches Urus ‘super-SUV’ at Sant’Agata, tying it to LM002

    Lamborghini officially enters the SUV market as it launches the Urus, related to the concept shown in 2012

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    A glimpse into £140 million of Ferraris at the Design Museum’s exhibition

    The Design Museum has opened the doors on its exhibition commemorating 70 years of Ferrari. And what a collection resides within. See more pics at...Read more

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    Jack Yan reposted to The Global Motorshow

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    Remember the BMW that ItalDesign designed and built? Here’s an M1 with 13,000 km on the clock. Yours for $658,000.

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    This ultra-rare BMW M1 can be yours for the price of two modern day supercars

    The M-car that started it all is a thing of rarity, this low-mileage all-original example can be yours for a whole chunk of cash

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