CLASSIFINDS: The best Mercedes Pullman in the world

There are some cars which are so iconic that they help to define the culture of a given era. Think about the Bugatti Royale, Jaguar E-type, or even the Sierra Cosworth. These are vehicles that – even at first glance – simply could not have been conceived or built at any other point in time. … Continue reading

CLASSIFINDS: A roadster to Vanquish all others?

CLASSIFINDS: A roadster to Vanquish all others?

If I asked you to name an Aston Martin model that wasn’t built in the UK, your answer might refer to pre-2012 Rapides, or one of the shooting brakes put together by Beat Roos’ team in Frauenkappelen. But your answer probably won’t include another particular car that has never touched UK soil. Continue reading

Six super photographers on Flickr

One of my favourite elements of Flickr is the ‘Favourites’ feature on an individual’s profile. This is not favourite shots from your own portfolio, but a way of collating photos you admire from other users; something to pass on to others as a recommendation, or open up in your spare time as inspiration. Continue reading

Undervalued: Ferrari 365 GTC/4

Undervalued: Ferrari 365 GTC/4

Here’s a lesser-known fact: you’re about three times more likely to see a Ferrari 365 Daytona than you are a 365 GTC/4. Just over 500 of the latter were manufactured in 1971/72, and less than 10% of these were UK-supplied right-hand drive examples. Continue reading

I simply Kahn’t take it anymore

News of a company’s record-breaking event surfaced not long ago. This ‘record’ allegedly trounced something engineered in Germany, by a group of world experts, at a cost of half a billion dollars. Despite having no proof, the former company’s ‘record’ is now indexed on more than 25,000 web pages around the world. Continue reading