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With the Spyker B6 Venator (www.spykercars.com), the Dutch automaker plans to return to the American market in 2014.

Bugatti Veyron Car of the Year '13 Robert Ross

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback

To mark its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini unveiled an outrageous one-off concept called the Egoista.

The Horch was an extremely rare automobile in its day and it's even more-so now. Only five were ever built. This particular car is one of just three that remain. You may have never heard of a Horch, but it was one of four automakers that eventually combined to become the company we know today as Audi. This Horch sold for 5.17 million at this year's RM Pebble Beach auction.

Audi's very luxurious ancestor: Horch

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SLR.Club - Giro di Toscana 2012

Bugatti EB 16.4 Veyron 'Pur Sang'

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

1947 BENTLEY

Burgatti 16C Galibier ~ World's most luxurious sedan

Porsche 918 Spyder

Audi R8 V10 Spyder

Best of the Best 2011: Convertibles: Audi R8 V10 Spyder

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Ferrari 458 Italia

2013 Bentley Mulsanne

Maserati GranTurismo MC

1936 Mercedes-Benz 230 Cabriolet B (W 143). Photo: Royce Rumsey/Auto Focused

1962 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Cabriolet (W 112/3 series)

Mercedes-Benz presented the C 111 at the 1969 Frankfurt International Motor Show. With its wedge-shaped plastic bodywork, gullwing doors and rotary-piston - or Wankel - engine, the "research lab on wheels" surprised and intrigued visitors. The C 111 was and remained an experimental car. The model shown here is a further developed version from 1970. Rotors 4. Chamber volume 146 cu in. Output 350 hp (257 kW) at engine speed 7000/min.

The 300 SL production sports car presented in 1954 - Forever glamorous

Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse

Bugatti’s Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse Is the World’s Swiftest Roadster

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Infiniti Emerg-E Concept

Rolls Royce 2013 Phantom Drophead Coupé

James Dean and his Porsche 550 Spyder.

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche ~ December 11, 1935 - April 5, 2012

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche ~ December 11, 1935 - April 5, 2012