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
In 2010 “Auto motor und sport” magazine headlined: Cheap Ferrari with high maintenance costs. The headline was validated by “Classic Data” who put a € 50,000.-price tag on the Ferrari 308 Vetroresina in condition 2 at the time. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 4: Ferrari 308 – A hot ride cools down
After the German market was drained and the price for the local Samba Bulli went through the roof, many T1 and T2 were brought back from the USA and other countries. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 3: Samba Bulli – Due south and back again
At the start of DS production, a convertible version was already planned. The strong platform of the car provided a good starting point for a cabriolet. Citroën chief designer Flaminio Bertoni did make a draft, but other projects initially took priority and therefore production was postponed. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 2: Citroën DS Chapron and “Usine” – The goddess blows her top
The current COVID-19 pandemic is putting a great strain on both society and the economy. Classic Trader, the international marketplace for classic vehicles, is introducing a package of measures that allows customers to cushion the negative impacts on their businesses. The total value of these measures is in excess of 500,000 euro. Continue reading Immediate Support – Classic Trader assists dealers in testing times
It’s not just the wide arches that distinguish the Renault R5 Turbo from its next of kin. In contrast to its brother, the R5 Turbo is a true racer. Although some of its rougher edges were shaved off to make it road legal and meet homologation requirements, the Turbo was still born for speed. Continue reading Valuable Classics Part 1: THE RENAULT R5 TURBO – THE SMALL BIG FRENCHMAN
The literal poster boy for ‘80s excess, the Ferrari Testarossa has become an automotive icon with styling that only gets better with age.
The revitalised 21st century BMW Mini may have been a far cry from the original, but it still delivered a similarly joyful driving experience, with a good dose of modern practicality too.