A classically styled Italian V8 with looks that stop traffic, the Alfa Romeo Montreal is a rare delight that is still a sublime drive on the right roads.
The Porsche 964 brought with it a number of important updates that took the 911 formula to new heights, underrated for years it is finally getting the recognition it deserves.
The Honda NSX proved that supercars did not have to be temperamental and impractical machines forcing the industry to follow suit, it remains a great drive to this day.
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.
The Ferrari 328 was the last of the classically styled mid-engined V8s and it is still as gorgeous as ever.
The Jaguar E-Type, which was offered in America as the Jaguar XK-E, is still regarded as an unrivalled classic and style icon of British automobiles. Continue reading The Jaguar E-Type profile: Series 1, 2 and 3
Combining Italian styling with German engineering, the VW Karmann Ghia has all the ingredients for a long and fulfilling classic car relationship.
In the Classic Trader Portraits section, we regularly introduce you to selected classic car dealers and specialists. In this edition we will cover the Porsche Manufaktur Vehicle Experts. Continue reading VEHICLE EXPERTS IN THE CLASSIC TRADER PORTRAIT