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1955 Mercedes Benz Gullwing 300SL (W198)

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Take To The Road

  • Market Pick: 1965 MG Midget Lenham Le Mans
    Uttering the name Le Mans in conjunction with any classic era race car stirs the emotions. It is hallowed ground, a place of pilgrimage and devotion. So when you see a classic for sale with the name Le Mans mentioned, it is always going to get attention. And that is ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-03-12
  • Market Pick: Rare Survivor 1983 Toyota Celica 2ltr ST
    One of the joys of browsing the classifieds is stumbling across rare automotive gems. And for this weeks Market Pick Monday I have selected this fantastic survivor. A 1983 Toyota Celica 2ltr ST. When did you last see one of these on the roads? Exactly! The Toyota Celica is a ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-03-05
  • 1968 Porsche 908 Works Short Tail to headline Monterey sale
    RM Sotheby’s have announced that the 1968 Porsche 908 Works “Short Tail” racer will feature at their Monterey sale on 24th – 25th August. Considered to be one of the most iconic and beautiful race cars ever created by Porsche, the 908 Short Tail is an exciting early entry for ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-03-02
  • Take to the Road makes Vuelio Top 10 Automotive Blogs once again
    I am delighted to announce that Take to the Road has once again been added to the Vuelio Top 10 Automotive Blogs. This is the second year in a row my site has made the list and it was first chosen in 2017. So a big thank you to the ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-03-02
  • London Classic Car Show 2018 Highlights
    The London Classic Car Show really is the best car event in the capital. I’ve been going since it first started back in 2015. And each year it just gets better and better. The show has learned and evolved since its debut and every tweak and adjustment made makes that ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-02-23

MR Classic

  • Barn finds at the NEC Classic Car and Restoration Show
    There’s a lot to be said for a classic car show with the focus on restorations and on-going projects. Rather than filling Birmingham’s NEC with heavily-polished garage queens, the Classic Car and Restoration Show is a celebration of works in progress. Whether you want to see old cars with ... read more
    Source: MR ClassicPublished on 2018-03-23
  • Luck of the Irish – Ireland’s hidden automotive history
    It’s a good time to be Irish right now. Ireland is on the brink of winning the Six Nations Championship, and looks set to do it on St Patrick’s Day. With the luck of the Irish clearly in the air, we’ve delved into the country’s automotive history. DeLorean DMC-12 ... read more
    Source: MR ClassicPublished on 2018-03-16
  • Rare Peter Rabbit Land Rover up for auction
    A classic Land Rover used in the new Peter Rabbit movie will go up for auction next month. The Pastel Green 88-inch Series IIA is said to be one of two used in the 3D live-action animated comedy film based around the famous Beatrix Potter characters. If you’re going ... read more
    Source: MR ClassicPublished on 2018-03-14
  • Reliant Rialto review: meeting a hero (yes, really)
    I’ve developed an unhealthy obsession with three-wheeled Reliants in recent months. I’m not sure what triggered it: too long on the Reliant Owners Club stand at the NEC Classic Motor Show, perhaps, or an enjoyable read of Giles Chapman’s book on the Reliant Robin. I even found myself exploring ... read more
    Source: MR ClassicPublished on 2018-03-14
  • Fast Fords that could break auction records
    It’s not quite a passport to riches, but a fast Ford is almost guaranteed to be a star attraction at a classic car auction. To put it another way, you’ll need to dig deep if you fancy a hot Sierra, Escort or Capri from the 1980s. The forthcoming CCA ... read more
    Source: MR ClassicPublished on 2018-03-14

Post War Classic

  • About Tough to crack car puzzle #179: DGS Firecrest
    Yep, last week’s puzzle proved to be a difficult one. Several of you wrote just that. Alan Spencer: “Well, you've certainly got me this week! What I discovered too late is that this car is probably documented in ‘Maximum Mini’ (volume 1), perhaps under the section ‘The Cars That Didn’t ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-03-23
  • Little Lamb Day: prelude to Spring
    We have a lovely tradition here in this part of the world and it is called Lammetjesdag or Little Lamb Day. It takes place at this time of year when it’s a nice and sunny day, and the sheep have just had their babies. Preferably in weekends, shepherds of local ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-03-22
  • Strange Rovers may well be Coys’ coolests
    A pair of coachbuilt Range Rovers that Coys of Kensington is bringing over to Essen this weekend may be the coolest thing you’ll see in Germany in a while. They were made for King Juan Carlos of Spain and are totally wacky in every aspect. First of them is a ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-03-21
  • Back to back: Montreal or Bora?
    During the Avignon Motor Festival this weekend, ‘Maison de ventes’ Leclere will sell over a hundred classic cars and a few motor bikes. Plenty of locally built vehicles are available. Simcas (Aronde to Ariane), Peugeots (403 to 205 GTI), Citroens (Ami 6 to Chapron DS Majesty) and Renaults (4CV to Alpine ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-03-20
  • Shelby Lonestar now in full splendour
    It doesn’t happen all too often that a car makes its debut, 50 year after it was conceived. But it was the case with the Shelby Lonestar, unveiled for the first time in the public during the Amelia Island concours d’elegance last week. We wrote about the car before, but ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-03-19

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