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Amelia-winning Pegaso, Le Mans-winning GT40 selected for IHMA Car of the Year finalists

Photo by Richard Lentinello. Ask a bunch of students to design a car and you’re guaranteed to end up with some unconventional results. Actually produce any of those unconventional results and you’re likely to end up with a striking car like the 1952 Pegaso Z-102 Cupola, a car that the International Historic Motoring Awards recently […]
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