For years, the sword of Damocles of Brexit hovered over everything. It affects political and social issues, but above all the markets. The market for classic cars is also affected. How does the UK’s exit now affect buying and selling from and into the UK after separation? Continue reading Brexit and the impact on the classic car market
Business card, therapy, hobby – House painter Mike McDougall considers his Landy as much more than just a company car. He not only has his Land Rover to thank for new jobs, but also for a new zest for life. Continue reading Book tip | Landy Love – Friend and partner
90 years ago, Rudolf Caracciola achieved a surprising victory at the 1931 Mille Miglia. The large and, despite numerous lightening measures, still heavy Mercedes-Benz SSKL (W 06 RS) started in Brescia rather as an outsider. Continue reading 1931 Mille Miglia – The victory of Rudolf Caracciola in a Mercedes-Benz SSKL
If you look at the monotonous mass of jacked-up, interchangeable vehicles in 4×4 guise on today’s roads, you might think they all originate from the same ideal. However, the approaches of the historical models, if you will, are fundamentally different, even if the goal of Willys MB, Range Rover and Land Cruiser was always to get well through rough terrain.
Sporty, small, open two-seaters have always inspired enthusiasm. In the course of reason, practicality and stricter safety regulations, however, they disappeared somewhat from the scene. Until Mazda breathed new life into the roadster genre in the early 90s with the MX-5. Continue reading Mazda MX-5 – Rebirth of the Classic Roadster
The Jaguar XJ220 was the perfect car launched at the wrong time, its stunning looks and blistering performance have since elevated it to classic supercar royalty.
The flying saucer might not seem like a very flattering nickname for a car. But if you just take the Italian name, it looks completely different. In the case of the extraordinary Alfa Romeo Disco Volante, it is actually an honorary title. Continue reading Alfa Romeo Disco Volante – it really flies!
The French automobile brand Delahaye that produced sporty luxury cars was dressed by the most famous French coachbuilders. The brand put out a few not very successful racing cars that are falsely said to have had their engines developed from truck engines. Continue reading DELAHAYE 135 – THE ELEGANCE OF DAYS GONE BY
Auctions are an important part of the classic car market. Rare and special vehicles in particular are sold for sometimes extraordinary sums. In our “Auction News” section, we regularly look at the results Continue reading Auction News | Bonhams – Les Grandes Marques du Monde à Paris