In the Mercedes-Benz scene there was hardly any topic during the last 6 weeks, than the rumor about the possible sale of one of the two legendary Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupés. Continue reading Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Uhlenhaut Coupé – The most valuable car in the world.
The trade fair season is in full swing. It continues in Italy, where from April 28th to May 1st the Automotoretrò and Automotoracing events will take place in Turin. Continue reading Automotoretrò und Automotoracing – Trade fair Twins in Turin
Not exactly the perfect car for winter, but unexpectedly suitable for everyday use even at this time of year. Even after ten years, the Ferrari 328 GTS is still as exciting as on the first day.
Continue reading Column Zeitsprünge | Ferrari 328 GTS – Two tracks in the snow
The current situation and the shocking news and images from Kiev, Kharkiv, Mariupol and many other places are terrible. They are a reminder of a time that people thought they had already left behind. Continue reading Prints for people in need – Fine Art Prints to help Ukrainian refugees
For more than a week, Ukraine has been under attack by the Russian army. With Vladimir Putin’s address and the entry of the first troops, 24 February marked, as German Chancellor Scholz aptly put it, a “turning point in the history of our continent”. Continue reading Classic Trader fundraising campaign for UN refugee agency
The motorbikes of the 90s mark the end of an eventful century. In anticipation of the millennium, the industry pulls the cord once again. Fast-as-an-arrow racers, old brands in new guises and technical quantum leaps indicate that this decade also produced legends. After a good 100 years, the motorbike is more alive than ever – the motorbikes of the 90s are living proof.
Continue reading Motorbikes of the 90s – On two wheels into the new millennium
There is a widespread misconception that classic car ownership is an expensive hobby. Certainly, if you are in the premium segment, repairs and maintenance cost a lot. The VW Beetle is just one of numerous examples that debunk this prejudice and provide appropriate entry-level models in every type of budget. Continue reading Beetle & Co – Three entry-level classics for under 20,000 euros
The 1970s brought a lot of movement into the world of luxury-class saloons. With the W 116, Mercedes-Benz did more than just launch the S-Class name for the first time, Opel said goodbye to the luxury class for the time being with the Kapitän/Admiral/Diplomat B and Jaguar remained true to itself with the XJ Series 2. A look at three saloons of the 70s.
Continue reading Old Nobility – Saloons of the 70s
The 1960s set the course for the end of the 20th century. Emancipation, cold war, moon landing – the beginning of a new era. This also applies to the world of two-wheelers. It is in the process of completely reinventing itself and the motorcycles of the 60s are formative for this. Continue reading Motorcycles of the 60s – Much beginning and much end
What does it take to ignite a passion for classic cars? Fond childhood memories of the smell of grandfather’s Opel Kadett C or the dusty Hillman in the blocked garage? Thrilling duels between Mercedes and BMW in the DTM? Or pleasant memories of cult TV stars on four wheels?
Continue reading Success in series – Automobile film and TV stars