Model Monsterpiece: Lamborghini LM002

Lamborghini LM002 Lease

Known as the “Rambo Lambo” for monster proportions, monster looks and monster capability, the Lamborghini LM002, also was a 6,600-pound, 4-wheel drive leviathan powered by a V12 and capable to traversing the Arabian Peninsula at very high speed – without a road. On Rodeo Drive, it was the ultimate status machine, able to frighten small children and make grown men swoon – and vice versa, too. These beasts are still roaming the Earth, turning up at auctions for under $200k.

Twelve Classic Cars for Christmas

Ferrari Leasing

We’ve assembled our “12 Classics Cars of Christmas” with cars that inspire lust but won’t end up gathering dust in the garage. A few, admittedly, may also bring back Santa’s own memories searching in every store only to find all have been sold. We even included a few stocking stuffers for family enjoyment.

Vintage Corner: Porsche 356

Financing a Porsche

Despite the Porsche 911’s immense and ongoing success, the 356 series has always maintained a loyal fan base. The 356 was, however, a notorious ruster, which claimed many of the 76,000 built from 1948-1965. The rarest, including the first 50 or so coupes hand-built in Gmund, Austria between 1948 and 1950, plus some later models, can fetch $1.5 million. Meanwhile, many 356 enthusiasts prefer to modify their cars for better performance, some going to extremes to build “outlaw” cars.