With visionary motorbikes and a lot of heart, the British post-war youth once indulged in the intoxication of speed. Since then, their conversions have thrilled enthusiasts around the globe. The subculture became an influential genre that has lost none of its appeal to this day. The café racer, a stroke of luck in motorbike history. Continue reading THE CAFÉ RACER – OPTIMISED RACERS OF YESTERYEAR
Sign Up and Win a special Christmas Gift: In the last few weeks before Christmas, we are giving away four fantastic automotive gifts and a special gift sponsored by EPOS | SENNHEISER on Christmas Eve! Continue reading Classic Trader Advent-Raffle 2020: Christmas Eve
Well, the world records were old – but they had been set in 1956 with 8 litres of engine capacity. In 1983 Daimler-Benz only needed 2.3 litres in the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16. Continue reading WORLD RECORDS IN THE MERCEDES-BENZ 190 E 2.3-16
Whenever Citroën designed a new type of car, something unusual came out of it. This was the case with the “gangster” limousine 11 CV Traction Avant, the “goddess” DS 21 and the futuristic Maserati sprout SM. And so the new Citroën BX is sure to surprise. Continue reading CITROËN BX Profile – A FRENCHMAN WITH CHARACTER
The Porsche 968 represents the final iteration of the four-pot front-engined transverse engine layout introduced with the 924, it remains a well-sorted and desirable sports car.
Together with Potomac Classics and Metropole Druten, we will organize the second edition of our Classic Cars Pop-Up Store in 11th March – 12th April 2021. For a whole month we will offer over 300 selected classic vehicles for sale at the stunning private classic cars museum Metropole Druten in the Netherlands. Continue reading Classic Cars Pop-Up Store 2021 – The ultimate Classics Event of the Year
The UK’s season-opening event, the London Classic Car Show, should have been taking place indoors in February 2021. Instead, the organisers have pulled out all the stops to move it to a new outdoor – but covered – location to take place on 16-18 April 2021. Continue reading Tickets are already selling fast for the 2021 London Classic Car Show
The Ferrari 328 was the last of the classically styled mid-engined V8s, it is still as gorgeous as ever.
The Citroën DS was a rolling technological showcase for the French auto manufacturer, its innovations and stunning design have left a lasting influence on the motoring landscape.
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.