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What it’s like to drive a Ferrari 288 GTO

Late last year, John Krewson drove a Ferrari 288 GTO for R&T’s 51 Coolest Cars of the Last 50 Years. The piece he wrote was published in the March/April issue, but that’s not the whole story—Executive Editor Sam Smith went with him and also got to drive the car. His brief thoughts are below. This isn’t a standard review or even a quick drive piece, as we didn’t get that much time in the car and the roads weren’t the greatest. This is just a snapshot of what it’s like to spend time with one of the coolest Ferraris ever built.

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A Rarely Seen Car Collection Commands Attention at the EyesOn Design Exhibition

Dads were not the only demographic enjoying Father’s Day weekend as fans of fashionable cars convened at the 29th annual EyesOn Design Automotive Design Exhibition in Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. The theme of this year’s event was “Powered by Design,” the emphasis placed on aesthetics over provenance.

On Saturday, June 18, attendees had the rare opportunity to view the legendary Lingenfelter Collection by way of a side trip to the city of Brighton. Automobile aficionado and owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, Ken Lingenfelter opened the doors to his private enclave of about 200 examples that include an Enzo Ferrari, a LaFerrari, and multimillion-dollar models like the Bugatti Veyron and the Lamborghini Reventón.

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GM Authority Interviews Ken Lingenfelter With A Special 800 HP Corvette Z06

Lingenfelter has a rich history in General Motors performance. For 43-years, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has dabbled in Camaros, Corvettes and anything from GM it can make quicker with its go-fast expertise and engineering.

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“1963″ Superformance Corvette Grand Sport

A Turn-Key Time Machine with a Twist
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Mashable Features a Superformance 1965 Corvette Grand Sport – The Lingenfelter Collection

Corvette Magazine: A “Flare” for Performance

The good folks in Bowling Green had barely finished pushing the first production C7 Stingray out the door before Lingenfelter Engineering Performance (LPE) snagged one for research and development. More than one, actually.

Indeed, while most people were still coming to grips with the Stingray’s rhomboid tail lamps, Lingenfelter’s engineers and technicians in Decatur, Indiana, had already yanked the car’s LT1 engine and were testing different camshaft grinds and ported heads on it…

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WKTV – A Man’s Passion Becomes a World Famous Collection

When Ken Lingenfelter thinks back to when his collection truly started, it began with a car he no longer keeps around. “They’re beautiful cars, although, they don’t tend to work very well all the time,” describes Lingenfelter as he reminisces on his old Jaguar XKE, “They’re pretty special, as you know. Made those cars in the 60’s and a little bit into the 70’s.”

This is the beauty of Ken and the Lingenfelter Collection, if it doesn’t work, why keep it around? Cosmetics and aesthetics can only take you so far…

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FORZA Magazine: Affinity for Speed

FORZA: Affinity for Speed

Four decades after he was expelled from high school for drag racing, Ken Lingenfelter landed a brand-new LaFerrari.

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