Most Popular This Week: A $1M James Bond Barn Find and a Homemade Lamborghini
We here at BoldRide hope everyone is enjoying their weekend, but wanted to make sure you had your fill of automotive news. From classic American muscle machines to vintage European roadsters, there is plenty to love about taking a Sunday drive. Read on to check out the biggest stories from BoldRide! First-off, the big news. It is the tale of a man who purchased a storage unit for $100, and while he always knew there was an odd Lotus in his unit, he had no idea that it was used in the filming of 'The Spy Who Loved Me," and could be worth as much as $1,000,000.
We took one of America's greatest off-road-capable vehicles, and brought it to one of America's toughest trails. It was the experience of a lifetime. Elsewhere in the world, a man built a replica Lamborghini from nothing more than scrap metal and car parts.
BMW put the fuel-efficient car market on notice with the all-new i3, but if you were waiting for the more exciting BMW i8, it is coming to Frankfurt this fall.
Our own Bill Wilson offered up some awesome ideas for reviving the drive-in, while Jeff Perez reviewed the Hyundai Genesis Coupe.
This week, Craig Fitzgerald brought us the coolest dealer-offered camper options, and some of history's wildest and most breathtaking hood ornaments.
And if you are looking for something to do with the rest of your summer (or year), might we suggest this definitive bucket list of automotive destinations and events.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend everybody!