Not all sports cars are expensive: Jay Leno shows off one that only costs $6,500


Some sports cars, such as the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, have price tags of more than $500,000. But, as Jay Leno puts it on the latest episode CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,”

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Some sports cars, such as the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, have price tags of more than $500,000. But, as Jay Leno puts it on the latest episode CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage,” there’s also a way to have unlimited fun with limited funds.

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Consider the 1988 Toyota MR2. This first generation supercharged Japanese sports car is equipped with a 112 horsepower four cylinder engine, a “T-top” roof and pop up headlights.

  • Publisher: CNBC
  • Date: 2018-09-13T11:53:55-0400
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ADMA dealt another blow with new AADL CEO ordered to pay $1 million for ‘misleading and deceptive conduct’

The new CEO of the Australian Alliance for Data Leadership (AADL), Stephen Porges, has been ordered to pay almost $1 million by the NSW Supreme Court for ‘misleading and deceptive conduct’.

Porges has been ordered to pay $941,703 in damages and interest, and potentially costs, to Adcock Private Equity (APE) after his actions in selling shares in a tech startup, SecureOne, in 2015.

According to NSW Supreme Court documents, ‘Porges’ misleading or deceptive conduct in respect of the Profit and Reluctant Seller Representations was a cause of APE’s decision to buy the shares in question from Mr Porges’.

Why you can’t miss Monterey car week

The Monterey Car Week is arguably the largest celebration of the car anywhere, dripping in money and laced with famous faces.

  • Publisher: Drive
  • Date: 2018-08-27T05:05:38+0000
  • Author: Peter McKay
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$500 million of the world’s finest cars on show at Pebble Beach 2018

The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance is a spectacle of metal unlike any other. More than 20,000 people – car collectors and enthusiasts alike – descended on the Monterey Bay peninsula near Carmel, California this weekend. With an oceanic backdrop, vehicles from decades gone sat alongside new entries in the luxury market, all competing for the attention of the automotive world.

The Concours d’Elegance is the climax to a week of major car auctions. This year, according to Hagerty results, preliminary sales totals reached US$368 million (A$500 million) – a 12 percent increase from last year.

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