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Lancia Flavia Convertible

Lancia is due to launch several ‘concepts’ at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Italian brand is clearly showing signs of Fiat Group’s partnership with Chrysler however as several of these cars show a striking resemblance to the latest models from the American brand. In particular the Lancia Fulvia drop-top concept is clearly based […]

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Chrysler 200 Convertible ready for launch

Pictures of the Chrysler 200 Convertible have already been released, ahead of its debut at the 2011 New York Auto Show in March. These first pictures give us an idea of how the new car will look without giving away too many secrets. It is not an all new car; the platform comes from the […]

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GTA Spano Spyder being prepared

The recently launched GTA Spano was a big surprise all round. Not only is it an admirable attempt from a new company it is also Spain’s first sports car since Hispano-Suiza stopped car production in the 1930s. The Spano ranks among the fastest cars in the world with 217mph performance. GTA is however, not another […]

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The first ever Dodge Charger under the hammer

A piece of history goes up for grabs at this year’s RM Auctions’ Automobiles of Arizona event. This one-off concept was not only the first Chrysler to carry the Charger name but also the car used to promote the very first Hemi V8 engines. Unlike many concepts which are undrivable styling projects this is fully […]

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Chrysler Sebring Convertible lives on

Fiat the new owners of Chrysler have apparently overturned the reported demise of the Chrysler Sebring Convertible. The Sebring was never shining star in its class but with the Toyota Camary Solara, Pontiac G6 Convertible and the Chrysler PT Cruiser all ceasing production, it is left with a fairly open market. To top this off […]

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2010 Final Edition Dodge Viper

The Dodge Viper or SRT-10 as it is known in certain countries is making its final curtain call. It made its debut as a concept way back in 1989 and so after 21 years (and 18 years of production) it’s time for retirement. The Viper’s chassis set up was dated even back when it was […]

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