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1955 Mercedes Benz Gullwing 300SL (W198)

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  • 1930s Alfa Tipo B Grand Prix Monoposto Could Bring 5,000,000 At Auction
    The Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale, hosted by Bonhams will offer prospective buyers a unique opportunity to purchase a slice of Grand Prix racing history when a 1932-34 Alfa Romeo Tipo B Grand Prix Monoposto goes under the hammer for a staggering £4,500,000 – 5,000,000. This ex-Scuderia Ferrari, ex-Richard-Shuttleworth, 1935 ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-10
  • Incredible 1934 Packard Twelve Offered By Sotheby’s For $4,500,000 – $6,000,000
    RM Sotheby’s will offer an incredibly rare 1934 Packard Twelve Individual Custom Convertible Victoria at Sotheby’s flagship sale at the Monterey Conference Center, 24-25 August. The stunning example is one of only four examples residing on the Packard chassis of the Classic Era, the Eleventh Series Twelve of 1934 ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-09
  • London Concours Celebration Of Speed Automotive Garden Party
    The London Concours opened its doors yesterday as the elusive and prestige automotive garden party, held in the heart of the City, began showcasing the most incredible collection of vehicles ever gathered in the City. Hosted at the Honourable Artillery Company, the five-acre oasis of green close to Bank ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-08
  • COYS International Car Auctioneers Find Million Pound Container
    COYS International Car auctioneers have stumbled across an amazing ‘container find’ in the South of England. The treasure trove of rare classic car parts and various other items are said to be worth well over a million pounds in value. Classic bits and pieces include valuable spares and items from ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-08
  • Jaguar E-Type Roadster Offered By Charterhouse Auction £80,000-90,000
    A Jaguar E-Type roadster will be offered by Charterhouse specialist auction of classic and vintage cars at Sherborne Castle on Sunday 15th July. Manufactured between 1961 and 1975 by Jaguar Cars Ltd, the much loved and now sought after E-Type has become an auction magnet for potential classic car collector. ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-07
  • NEC Classic Motor Show 2018 Theme Revealed As ‘Built to Last’
    This year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery will be themed to pay tribute to a whole range of motoring elements, with particular attention given to the centenary of the end of World War 1. The innovative theme will be called ‘Built to Last’, embracing the integrity and ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-07
  • Concorso d’Eleganza 2018 Best Preserved Vehicle Awarded To 1913 SCAT
    For 89 years the Grand Hotel Villa d’Este at Cernobbio has played grand host to the highly acclaimed Concorso d’Eleganza, with some of the most prodigious automobiles attending this spectacular occasion. Sponsored by the German marque BMW, this years theme was aptly named ‘Hollywood on the Lake’. Since 1929, cars ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-06
  • 78 Mile Preserved 1976 Citroën GS Pallas TC Goes Under The Hammer
    Those looking to grab a slice of French nostalgia could well be in luck, as this 1976 Citroën GS Pallas TC goes under the hammer this afternoon (Est: £4000). The quirky 70s hatchback is even equipped with its very own original tax disk, which expired approximately 41 years ago in ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-05
  • London Concours 2018 Spectacular Performance Cars – Here’s A Few
    The London Concours 2018 sets off with a bang 7-8 June at the Honourable Artillery Company, when the most exhilarating collection of motor vehicles take centre stage. Nearly 100 performance icons, past and present, will park up in the five-acre oasis of green, hidden just off City Road – a ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-04
  • London Concours 2018 Spectacular Historic & Performance Cars – Here’s A Few
    The London Concours 2018 sets off with a bang 7-8 June at the Honourable Artillery Company, when the most exhilarating collection of motor vehicles take centre stage. Nearly 100 performance icons, past and present, will park up in the five-acre oasis of green, hidden just off City Road – a ... read more
    Source: Classic Car CurationPublished on 2018-06-04

Post War Classic

  • No Le Mans Classic for PostWarClassic
    Oh boy, would we have liked to take our project car to this year’s Le mans Classic – next month on the 6th, 7th and 8th. Despite our project car - the original 1966 Le Mans Mini Marcos - being under restoration at the moment, the plan was to do ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-06-14
  • When worlds converge
    When two very different parties come together, things unexpected can happen. From the meeting of world leaders from very different backgrounds to Paul McCartney teaming up with Michael Jackson. It’s the same in the motoring world, where British manufacturers just occasionally collaborate with Italian carrozzerias and a former chicken ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-06-13
  • The land yachts of the 1950s – on paper
    When you look at motoring brochures of the 1950s and the early 1960s, the sizes of the cars drawn (few pictures were used) simply have to catch the eye. It’s remarkable how much bigger vehicles were made to look like in the Golden Age of the Automobile. Yes – especially ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-06-12
  • Moving your house on wheels a different way
    It sometimes takes time before you are used to some kinds of things. And when you are used to it, you don’t want to change. Your car, work, partner or house is all part of your daily ritual. So when the place where you live gets another purpose, you just ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-06-11
  • Tough to crack puzzle #185
    The round shape and the big grill might give it already away, so we will keep our tips limited to just saying that there were only a few produced. If you recognize the car, please tell us why no more of these cars were made. Tell us more about anything ... read more
    Source: Post War Classics NewsPublished on 2018-06-09

JBR Classic News

Take To The Road

  • Take to the Road Exclusive Interview with Mike Brewer
    Take to the Road is delighted to announce that it recently got the opportunity to interview Mike Brewer of Wheeler Dealers! A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by Discovery UK to see if I would be interested in chatting to Mike about the brand new 15th series of ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-05-21
  • Take to the Road Jaguar XJ8 Redex Trial Part 1
    I am very pleased to announce that Take to the Road has been asked to take part in a trial with Redex. The purpose of this project is to test some of the companies products over a three month period and report back on how it performs. When I thought ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-05-14
  • Take to the Roads Garage – Episode 13 Alfa Spider Oil Change with Duckhams Oil
    Episode 13 of Take to the Roads Garage has landed on my YouTube Channel. In this episode I finally get round to ticking a big item of the Alfa Romeo Spiders to do list… and that is an engine oil change. For this video I was very kindly supplied oil ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-05-11
  • Historic Oil Brand Duckhams relaunched
    Duckhams, the much loved oil brand, known around the world for its distinctive green hue has been relaunched here in the UK. Inextricably linked to British motoring heritage since 1899, it invented Europe’s first ever Multigrade oil, Duckhams Q in 1951, an advancement that changed the face of automotive lubricants ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-05-04
  • Waterloo Classics Car Club April Meet Highlights
    On Saturday 21st April Take to the Road attended the Waterloo Classics Car Club monthly meet in London. It was the London debut for the Vauxhall Viceroy, making its first appearance at the club meet. Despite its size, the Viceroy performed superbly in the heavy London traffic. It was a ... read more
    Source: Take To The RoadPublished on 2018-04-30

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