Its name might not be as well known as other Italian brands, but this 1967 Iso Grifo GL Series I is proof the company could build cars every bit as enticing. While the bodywork was done by Bertone, the 327 V8 engine and Borg-Warner four-speed transmission came from a Chevrolet, giving the car a blend of Italian design and American muscle good for a top speed of over 170 mph. This particular example was purchased by the current owner in 1986 and was then sent away for a restoration that never occurred, leading to it sitting in storage for nearly 30 years before its discovery. It's incredibly complete, with the original engine, transmission, instruments, and trim, and represents a great opportunity to bring one of just 34 right-hand-drive examples ever built back to life.
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When it comes to bourbon, nothing matters more than the juice itself. That's why Barrell Bourbon, while not a traditional distiller, leads the pack amongst the new school whiskey companies. Each batch of Barrell Bourbon is a little different, as they choose from straight bourbon from Kentucky and Tennessee. What doesn't vary is that each batch is bottled at a barrel strength that is typically north of 120 proof. Each one is also quite limited and so far, each has been nothing short of delicious. The latest batch — #7 — was distilled and aged for 5 years in Char #4 American white oak barrels in Tennessee before being bottled at 122.4 proof.