Nick Mason’s 1962 Ferrari GTO

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason has taken advantage of is good fortune of selling millions of records to start quite a car collection as he indulged in his love of auto racing. Years ago he purchased a beautiful 1962 Ferrari GTO. Everyone thought he was nuts, though now he says he’s referred to as the Warren Buffett of racing. He’s kept every car he’s ever raced, so his collection has to be worth a serious fortune.

  

Callaway’s Corvette Aerowagen

Check out this video of Callaway’s Corvette Aerowagen, a 757 horsepower beast that has been customized with a new engine and a hatchback for more storage. At $130,000, it’s an American supercar that can hit 60 mph in 2.7 seconds!

  

Aston Martin Hypercar

So this new supercar from Aston Martin looks like a futuristic beast. I can wait to hear some of the car experts compare this to other supercars. They’ll have to get their hands on one of the 150 cars that will be unleashed on the roads of the world.

  

Badass 2017 Acura NSX

Jay Leno tests drives the 2017 Acura NSX which he loves. He talks about the original NSX which he says was the original Japanese supercar, and made the Italians up their game. Now we have the new NSX and Leno gets to have some fun with it.

  

Trans Am Depot introduces SE Bandit Edition

Any Trans Am fans out there?

Everyone remembers the classic Trans Am that Burt Reynolds drove around in “Smokey and the Bandit.” Now you can get a new vehicle inspired by that classic Pontiac from the movie as Trans Am Depot introduced its SE Bandit Edition at the New York Auto Show. The car is a converted new Chevrolet Camaro with details from the classic Trans Am Bandit car, including t-tops and white-letter tires.

Check out the video above and see if the new one matches the classic design of the original.

  

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