France has a lot to offer in addition to wine, baguettes and the Eiffel Tower – and the other highlights undoubtedly include French classic cars. It’s no coincidence that the world’s oldest automobile manufacturer – Peugeot – is based in France and has been producing automobiles in series since 1891. Continue reading French Classic Cars
At its 1955 launch, the Citroën DS delighted the masses. Today, its appeal – whether for aesthetic or technical reasons – continues unabated.
Continue reading Citroën DS buyer’s guide – floating through France
A day full of emotions for Romano Artioli and Progetto 33 AG, the current owner of the Bugatti EB 110 SS which was the personal car of the entrepreneur that revived the Bugatti brand. Continue reading More than a passion – Romano Artioli and his Bugatti EB 110 SS
The 2019 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este was, as ever, packed with extraordinary and impressive collector cars. But one of those cars was something of a secret star: the BMW Garmisch. Continue reading BMW GARMISCH – THE RESURRECTION OF THE BAVARIAN BERTONE
Combining Italian styling with German engineering, the VW Karmann Ghia has all the ingredients for a long and fulfilling classic car relationship.
A classically styled Italian V8 with looks that stop traffic, the Alfa Romeo Montreal is a rare delight that is still a sublime drive on the right roads.
The Alfa Romeo 8C is arguably one of the finest looking modern automotive creations and underneath that stunning bodywork is an engine that sounds almost as good as the car looks.
A modern take on a timeless classic, the Ford GT supercar of the mid-2000s is so much more than just a nostalgic remake.
The first of the ‘big Healeys’, the Austin-Healey 100 remains a charming British classic with its well-balanced handling and stunning lines.