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Westminster, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:Stag_55-9264 Warranty:Yes MPN:Stag_55-9264 Brand:Cummins Power Other Part Number:Stag_55-9264 UPC:690781001350

Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari opens in Modena [w/video and gallery]

Mon, 12 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

A new Ferrari museum opened this weekend in Modena celebrating the life and work of Enzo Ferrari, the legend behind the Italian supercar icon. The €18 million Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari, which is built on the ruins of the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, not only features iconic Ferraris from throughout the company's existence but also includes other cars with links to the Modena valley area. The new gallery – crafted from yellow aluminum, the color of Modena and the prancing horse logo's background – not only charts the key moments in Enzo's life but also showcases how Modena became the traditional home of other iconic Italian supercar makers such as Maserati, De Tomaso and Pagani.

New Jaguar XJ – the last new Jaguar XJ tease?

Tue, 30 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Mike Cross - Jaguar's Chief Engineer Vehicle Integrity - talks about the Driving Dynamics of the New Jaguar XJ This time we get a new talking head – Mike Cross, Chief Engineer – Vehicle Integrity – so I’m pretty sure he has a fair degree of knowledge on his subject (actually, as an aside, it’s Mike who will be driving the Jaguar XKR Goodwood Special up the Hillclimb this weekend. And Mike must be important, because he gets a moody-looking pro mug shot to go with this piece!). And his subject is something that will make or break the new Jaguar XJ – Driving Dynamics.

Detroit's Vinsetta Garage will serve food, with Autoweek seasoning

Tue, 16 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The Vinsetta Garage, a haven for car collectors and enthusiasts on the Detroit area's legendary Woodward Avenue, is making a shift from servicing cars to serving dinner. The Vinsetta Garage, which closed nearly a year ago, will reopen next spring as a restaurant. The project is fueled by Autoweek publisher KC Crain and former Autoweek staffer-turned-award-winning restaurateur Curt Catallo.