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
The Lamborghini Diablo mixes the company’s typically wild styling and V12 power with a little added user-friendliness and reliability, especially with the later Audi-built cars. Continue reading The Lamborghini Diablo Buying Guide – one of the greatest V12 supercars
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?
In the Classic Trader dealer portraits we regularly present selected classic car dealers to answer our standard 15 interview questions. This time we interview Michael Gross of Germany-based Dealer ChromeCars. Continue reading DEALER PORTRAIT: MICHAEL GROSS OF CHROMECARS
‘Sembra una vespa’ – ‘It looks like a wasp’ is what Enrico Piaggio supposedly said when he first saw the prototype, thus creating the name for the “cult scooter” par excellence. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 8: The Vespa – Hunt for the record price
“Movement keeps you young”. This motto has rarely been more suitable for a car than for this 1957 Porsche 356 A Speedster. Continue reading This surviving Porsche 356 A Speedster is true automotive treasure.
The Lotus Elise is the car that put the famous sports car company back on the map in the 1990s, and it still continues to offer the pure driving experience that Colin Chapman built his reputation on. Continue reading The Lotus Elise Buying Guide – Pure driving experience at its best.
Production of new Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5 Continuation cars has started at the company’s historic Newport Pagnell site, 55 years after the last DB5 was built there.
Marcel Petitjean’s car collecting strategy could be a lesson to us all. A great enthusiast, Petitjean would watch the value of a model he admired, and when its secondhand value dropped to around a third of its price new, he’d buy one. Continue reading For sale: Marcel Petitjean’s incredible car collection
The 1960s Alfa Romeo Giulia 105-series coupé combined stylish good looks with an athletic chassis to become a highly desirable sportscar. Six decades on and it’s still as popular as ever.