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California country’s worst state for stolen cars

California has seven cities among the country's high stolen car rates.

From the Sierra Nevada to the Pacific Ocean, California has plenty to offer. But it has dubious qualities, too. It’s once again the worst state in the country for stolen cars. According to a report issued by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) in Des Plaines, Ill., seven of the country’s worst cities for stolen ...

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Bugatti barn find in France sells for record $951,216

A 1925 Bugatti has just sold for a record price in a Paris auction.

A 1925 Bugatti Brescia, which remained covered in a small French barn for 40 years, has just sold for a record $951,216 in a Paris auction. The rare Bugatti, one of only 12 remaining, had not been touched in that past four decades. It sold for more than four times its prediced price at the ...

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10 cars To Drive 200,000 miles? Meet Toyota, Honda

The Toyota Prius on one of 10 cars Consumer Reports reports is capable of lasting 200,000 miles.

Since the average price of a new car in the United States hovers at around $30,000, it’s safe to assume more consumers are considering keeping their current cars longer. It’s probably a good idea, too, since Consumer Reports has released a list of 10 vehicles likely to drive at least 200,000 miles. The list has ...

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1957 T-Bird, 2012 Ferrari 458 in rare cars auction

A 1957 T-Bird, one of the iconic cars being auctioned June 28th.

Several rare cars, including a 1957 Thunderbird and a 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia, will be among the diverse group of automobiles and art auctioned June 28 on Invaluable.com, the Boston-based online marketplace of fine and decorative arts, antiques, collectibles and estate sales. Here’s a synopsis of the cars in the auction: 1957 THUNDERBIRD E-CODE. Estimated ...

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