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?
Mazda celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Such a round jubilee is always an opportunity to revisit some past brand treasures, such as the Mazda 929 coupé from the first LA2 series. Continue reading The MAZDA 929 COUPÉ – With the flagship model to Europe
The original BMW E31 8 Series is still one of BMW’s most stunning designs, it remains all the car you would ever need for long distance touring.
When you’re looking to buy a classic car, one of the crucial factors can be how much insurance will cost. Classic Trader now has the answer, with a new insurance quote system powered by leading collector car insurers Hagerty, allowing buyers to be offered a quote for the minimum effort. Continue reading News Update: Get your personal insurance quote on Classic Trader
The Porsche 911 GT2 is a radical piece of equipment. A vehicle for purists and perfectionists – like WhatsApp founder Jan Koum, world rally champion Walter Röhrl and Porsche collector Frank Troche. Continue reading Porsche Klassik | Jan Koum, Walter Röhrl and the Porsche 911 GT2
The London sale by RM Sotheby’s has become something of an institution, bringing an extra appeal every year to the autumn build-up to the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. Of course, this year everything is different. The Run has been cancelled, but the London Sale continues online. Continue reading RM Sotheby’s London Sale
The origins of the Porsche 911 T Targa F model go back to the 1960s, when increasingly strict exhaust and safety laws were introduced for the US sales market. It was uncertain whether a convertible version of the 356 successor model would still be possible. Continue reading VALUE STABLE CLASSICS PART 9: PORSCHE 911 T TARGA F MODEL
In the short 12-year life of the Ermini company, its cars made quite an impression on the racing world, taking a class win at the Mille Miglia and victories in Italian racing championships. Continue reading The 1946 Fiat – engined Ermini raced by Tazio Nuvolari
Anyone who has ever sat behind the wheel of a BMW 328 understands why the words “driving pleasure” are still deeply rooted in BMW’s DNA to this day. Continue reading The BMW 328 profile – Roots of “driving pleasure”
Due to the overuse of the word “legend” these days, it’s somewhat insulting to call the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing (W198) one – but that is exactly what it is! Continue reading The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing profile