Jay Leno’s 1931 Bentley 8 Litre Was the Pinnacle of 100-MPH Luxury

Powered by a 487-cubic-inch straight-six engine, W. O. Bentley’s run of just a hundred 8 Litre chassis represents the pinnacle of what Bentley Motors was all about before its takeover by Rolls-Royce. Bentley’s ambition to build a 100-mile-per-hour luxury car resulted in an overbuilt engineering masterpiece that cost around half a million dollars in today’s money thanks in part to a coach-built …

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This Custom 1961 Lincoln Continental is Retro Cool

Though rims, tires, and stance appear stock, Bob Stange’s 1961 Lincoln Continental actually runs a 17-inch Micheline on disposable Billet Specialties wheels that mimic the stock of 1961 hubcaps. Bob Stange is no stranger to hot rodders—he’s the founder of Strange Engineering (you know, the rear end and axle guys). He’s had this thing for the early 1960s Lincoln Continentals and always …

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1978 Trans Am – Pontiac Excitement for the ’70s

Just about the same time as you dust off those priceless pictures of you and your best buds all decked out for a magical night at a local disco, you may also remember the lively ride that got you there in style. Was it perhaps a smokin’ Pontiac Trans Am? Even if your dance club chariot wasn’t a Trans Am, the “T/A” …

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