If you’re thinking of buying a classic car you’ll soon discover a muddy world full of option codes and intricacies.
Less is more when it comes to number plates, with some three and four-digit heritage plates expected to sell for over $100,000. Shannons will be conducting an online auction soon, putting 21 three to six-digit heritage car number plates under the hammer at estimated prices ranging from$15,000 to $190,000. The
Heritage listing rules have saved many admired original houses from being neglected, modified or lost… but what about for cars?
It’s an interesting term, ‘A “Real” Porsche 911’. But, what exactly is a “Real” Porsche 911?
Land Rover Classic has revealed the first of 10 Range Rover Reborn vehicles…
The 1967 Chevrolet Camaro might have trailed the Ford Mustang to the muscle car party, but it quickly became an icon, and this year turns 50, or 51…
Looking a lot like a Land Rover Defender, the two-wheel drive Trekka was a collaboration between Skoda and its New Zealand importer.
130 years ago, Carl Benz applied for a patent for his three-wheeled “vehicle with gas engine”. The car was born. Meet the Benz Patent-Motorwagen…
Already called the King of Rock and Roll when he left the limelight to complete his military service in Germany, Elvis Presley bought this BMW 507… drove it and then it disappeared.
The Effete Berlinetta is a brand-new classic car that takes inspiration from Alfa Romeos of the 1960s, it will makes it official debut at the Top Marques show in Monaco later this month.
Dutch couple continue their epic around the world journey in their 1915 Ford Model T, their journey began in 2012 and is ongoing.
Ex-Janis Joplin psychedelic Porsche 356 smashes estimate and sells at auction for a record AUD$2.2million…
The limited-edition Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint has been reborn and has joined the local Giulietta line-up from $31,000 (+ORC). It’s on-sale now.
The Jaguar E-Type has been voted Best British Car Ever in a poll conducted at the inaugural Classic & Sportscar – The London Show last weekend, beating out Mini, McLaren F1 and more.
Tony Bosworth writes about the launch of the Fiat 131 Mirafiori and how two journos mistook a … ah, no, better not spoil it.