Aston Martin DB9 Service Guide

Aston Martin DB9 Service Guide

Although beauty is said to be in the eyes of the beholder, there are few that argue about Henrik Fisker’s timeless design of the Aston-Martin DB9. Replacing the DB7 in 2004, the DB9 was in production for 12 model years until it was superseded by the DB11 in 2016. The Aston-Martin DB9 is a large…

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Ferrari 458 Italia Service Guide

Ferrari 458 Italia Service Guide

The Ferrari 458 Italia is the mid-engine V8 berlinetta successor to the Ferrari F430. Ferrari manufactured the 458 Italia from 2009 until 2015 and was replaced by the Ferrari 488 GTB. This was the last Pinifarina designed car, as Ferrari switched to internal designs once the Ferrari 488 GTB arrived. A coupe and convertible “Spyder”…

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Lamborghini Gallardo Service Guide

Lamborghini Gallardo Service Guide

Lamborghini, known as the company of the raging bull, is an embodiment of what many people feel is the quintessential supercar maker. No other carmaker stirs the hearts of enthusiasts as much as Lamborghini. Since the Lamborghini Miura was unveiled at the 1966 Geneva Motorshow, the Sant’Agata-based automaker continues to churn out poster-worthy supercars. Their…

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Audi R8 Service Guide

Audi R8 Service Guide

Audi is a company primarily known for their executive luxury sedans and SUVs. However, the German automaker has one product in their line-up that has served as a halo for the brand for the last 13 years: the R8. Introduced in 2006 (Type 42), the R8 looks as close to a concept car as you…

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Ferrari F430 Service Guide

Ferrari F430 Service Guide

The Ferrari F430 was the marques V8 Berlinetta from 2004 to 2009, being the evolutionary successor to the 360 Modena. Penned by the brilliant designer Frank Stephenson at Pininfarina, the F430 could be specified as a coupe or convertible spider version. They are also offered with either a manual 6-speed transmission or a 6-Speed F1…

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Ferrari 360 Service Guide

Ferrari 360 Service Guide

The Ferrari 360 Modena is now what you would consider modern classic. Starting in 1999, the 5-year production run spawned about 4,200 cars that made it over to the U.S (1,810 coupes & 2,389 Spiders). The choice of a 6-speed manual or an automatic single-clutch F1 transmission was offered, although only 469 coupes and 670…

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