Matt Bell on 5th August 2019
An early Rolls-Royce Corniche will take classic motoring to a new level and we show what to look for when viewing one of these upmarket coupes.
Matt Bell on 7th May 2019
The 1950s and 1960s saw the concept of the luxury saloon change almost beyond recognition. We take a look at the shift in persp
Matt Bell on 26th April 2019
After much furore and discussion, the controversial new Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) for central London was finally put in place a few weeks ago. The new rules mean certain classic cars now face a daily charge whenever they enter the zone, and unlike the outgoing Congestion Charge, it’s applied 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Matt Bell on 21st March 2019
Three luxury cars dubbed the ‘Aristocars’ from episode four of the latest Top Gear series are to go on show as part of the World of Top Gear exhibition at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
Matt Bell on 12th December 2018
Dorset Vintage and Classic Auctions’ autumn sale took place at its excellent Athelhampton House venue near Dorchester on Thursday November 29. Though the sale was populated with hundreds of classics, it did contain plenty of variety, with cars spanning a period of 85 years!
Glenn Rowswell on 1st May 2018
Internal competition was rife between Rolls-Royce and Bentley models since the former acquired the latter in 1931. With T Series Bentleys fetching more than their Silver Shadow equivalents, is the same true for their Arnage and Silver Seraph descendants?