20th February 2019
In this Market Trends we take a look at four Autobahn stormers; the Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9, BMW 8-Series, Audi RS6 and Mercedes-Benz S55 AMG...
A no-deal Brexit could put a further spanner in the works for people planning to take their classic car abroad from March 29; with the prospect of adding complications and language barriers relating to compensation should they involved in a road traffic collision in an EU or EEA (European Economic Area) country.
While the news breaks that Honda is set to close the doors to its Swindon manufacturing plant in 2021 following a global restructuring, we look back at the history of the plant as we celebrate its 33-year history
Charterhouse’s maiden 2019 auction took place as part of the Footman James Great Western Car Show, held at the Royal Bath and West Showground near Shepton Mallet on February 10. Over 40 vehicles passed under the hammer in this afternoon, following a busy motorcycle sale at midday.
The Association of Heritage Engineers (AoHE) is set to hold the first of its Heritage Legacy Meets in partnership with renowned classic car engineering firm, Fiennes Restoration Ltd, this summer.
The Mathewsons auction held on February 9 was quite a mixed bag, with risers and fallers, old and young timers, but nonetheless a showing of some remarkable cars.
The Ford Motor Company, have to their credit arguably the most significant car in the whole history of motoring. Nigel Stennet-Cox looks back at Ford’s Model T.
This year marks half a century since Michael Caine reminded cast members that they were “Only supposed to blow the bloody doors off,” and for fans of the iconic film a ‘once in a lifetime’ event has been developed to celebrate.
Think of TVR’s ‘wedge’ series of cars from the ’80s and you’ll probably picture a thundering open-topped V8-powered creation. The range started off though with the much less hairy chested Tasmin, which essentially debuted Oliver Winterbottom’s wedgy body style but with the more subtle engine options of either the 2.8-litre Ford Cologne V6 or even briefly the four-pot Pinto and the ‘TVR 200’ badge.