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Turtle Garage provides readers with unique insights into the collector vehicle market and the broader automotive industry. Our exclusive content focuses on vintage motorcycles, modern classics, and the exciting future of the automobile—including developments in ride-hailing, electrification, and autonomous driving. We produce diverse articles on travel, restoration projects, book reviews, auction analysis, vehicle summaries, and relevant automotive industry news.

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Pebble Beach: The Ultimate Guide

Turtle Garage is in Monterey for Car Week. The number of activities can be overwhelming. The ultimate pocket guide from Sports Car Market can be picked up at most venues and will help you plan your days. You can download the 2019 Insider’s Guide here. Enjoy Monterey!    

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Magneto: The New Quarterly Magazine for the World’s Greatest Cars

“And to those who have professed to enjoy Magneto but who have raised an eyebrow or drawn a sharp breath at the bravery/stupidity of launching into the “dying” print market, some reassurance—this is a business model that’s simple, not reliant on the vagaries of retail newsstand, and nor is it a vanity project. Forgive me […]

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The Wheel, The Cart, The Carriage, The Car, The Driverless Automobile

“In America today, there are more cars than drivers. Yet our investment in these vehicles has yielded dubious returns. Since 1899, more than 3.6 million people have died in traffic accidents in the United States, and more than eighty million have been injured; pedestrian fatalities have risen in the past few years. The road has […]

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A Profile of Perfection

In the upcoming September issue of Sports Car Market, we profiled the timeless Mercedes-Benz R129. Thirty years since its introduction, Bruno Sacco’s beautiful SL is now a rising modern classic. When launched in 1989, the SL was a quantum leap forward and was the safest open car money could buy. The R129 was full of […]

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Where is the Collector Car Market Today?

At the 2017 Revs Institute Symposium, I had the pleasure of meeting JR Amantea of GT Motorcars LLC. Seated next to one another at the opening night of Revs, we instantly became fast friends. JR is smart, aggressive, knowledgeable, and honest. Our friendship has grown over the years and I recently purchased a spectacular one-owner […]

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A Special Invitation….

Attention Turtle Garage readers: The following is an important note from Miles Collier, David Gooding, McKeel Hagerty, Rob Kauffman, Philip Richter, Paul Russell, and Gundula Tutt. Please join us for a one-day summit, the next stage in a pioneering global initiative to preserve the future for meaningful cars. Meaningful cars are the cars we care about, […]

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Auto Legend Lee Iacocca is Dead at 94

“The one word that makes a good manager—decisiveness” —Lee Iacocca “I guess I invented extended warranties because that’s all we had to sell at Chrysler in those days.” —Lee Iacocca Auto legend Lee Iacocca is dead at 94. For decades, Iacocca was a titan of the auto industry, holding top leadership positions at Ford and […]

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Bob Lutz: Fit and Finish

For decades, we have followed with awe the legendary career of Bob Lutz. While Bob can be controversial, he is pretty much the undisputed “King of Car Guys.” Recently, on the pages of Turtle Garage, we covered his comments on the death of the automobile as we know it. His long career spans senior leadership […]

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The Future of the Automobile: There is No Free Lunch

The traditional internal combustion engine is on the run and many analysts say its days are numbered. Is the thundering V12 destined to be replaced by silent electric drive? Is the migration to electric drive a certainty for the auto industry? Auto manufacturers around the world are scrambling to catch up to Tesla and launch viable […]

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Horses and Horsepower: Two days, Two Shows

Last weekend was a packed schedule of horses and horsepower. On Saturday, I piloted my 16-year-old French Selle Francais mare to a clear round at the venerable Devon Horse Show in Devon, Pennslyvania. This event has been held each spring since 1897. We headed home Saturday night and loaded up Turtle Garage’s 1938 BMW R51 […]

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Philip Richter and Keith Martin

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