Bicester Heritage threw open the gates to its historical site on June 5th and 6th to host its first public event of 2021.
Ordinary, everyday cars – affectionately known as ‘unexceptional’ cars – that were once the backbone of Britain are now proving so sought-after that many are rising in value faster than versions of the Jaguar E-Type.
Proving that electric vehicle (EV) conversions don’t have to cost the earth, London Electric Cars (LEC) has launched its own affordable electric-powered classic Mini, with prices starting from £25,000 (excluding local taxes, shipping and donor).
There is just one day to go until Classic Car Auctions close their catalogue for The London Classic Car Show.
A brand-new design by renowned engineer Neville Swales of Building the Legend Limited is set to make its public debut at the London Concours, which returns to the Honourable Artillery Company from 8-10 June.
CELEBRATING the E-TYPE’S 60TH ANNIVERSARY with a SPECTACULAR LINE-UP of HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT E-TYPES
£2.3million worth of sales achieved A staggering 837 Ferraris were at the wider event, The National Ferrari Owners’ Day 1,800 people in attendance on Saturday 5th June No less than four Ferrari Dinos sold on the day Last weekend Silverstone Auctions attended National Ferrari Owners’ Day at Sywell Aerodrome where they hosted their dedicated marque sale […]
The Ducati Museum has finally reopened to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Morgan Motor Company continues its programme of customer-focused vehicle enhancement with a host of upgrades for its Plus Four and Plus Six models.