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
The Lotus Carlton saloon, known as the Lotus Omega in Europe, rewrote the performance car rulebook and still has the ability to thrill 30-years on. Continue reading The Lotus Carlton/Omega Buying Guide – the 176mph saloon that they tried to ban
What you see here is no regular lorry. It’s a race transporter going by the name of Fiat Bartoletti 306/2, and it has probably the most dazzling and exciting history of any transporter ever used in motorsport. Continue reading Fiat Bartoletti: greatest ever race transporter?
Classic cars are often advertised as having had famous previous ownership – usually accompanied by a pronounced hike in the price. Are the higher prices justified? Continue reading Famous previous ownership – A curse or a blessing?
As the COVID-19 crisis unfolded, many classic car auctions were initially cancelled but now the major auction companies have begun to hold online auctions. Continue reading Silverstone Auctions to host its very first online sale
With its sensational success, at the Panamerica in 1952 the 300 SL R sure made some headlines at the time. No wonder the idea to offer this car to well-off customers hatched at Mercedes headquarters immediately. Especially the strong US market was targeted. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 5: The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing
The Bentley Continental GT was the first in a new wave of modern Bentleys and it remains a desirable used buy today. Continue reading The Bentley Continental GT Buying Guide
The connection between Aston Martin and the famous Milan-based coachbuilder Zagato goes back to the revered 1960 DB4 GT Zagato, but in the early 1980s the two companies decided to do it all again – with the Aston Martin V8 Zagato. Continue reading Aston Martin V8 Zagato – One of 51