Behold Some Of The Cheapest Cool Monterey Auction Vehicles

Not everything interesting was auctioned off to high rollers. Monterey Car Week is perceived as being all velvet ropes, champagne flutes, and high-end style. While there’s certainly an element of that in the week’s events, it’s not just a celebration for the one percent. Even the average car fa...
By Steven Symes Aug 26, 2019

British Motor Museum Opens ‘The Car. The Future. Me’ Exhibit

Focusing on where the automobile has taken us, and where it’s going.  Earlier this month, the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, Warwickshire, England opened an exhibit called “The Car. The Future. Me.” The exhibition, which will run until July 2020, focuses on where the car has taken us thus far,...
By Michelle Marus Jul 23, 2019

2019 Atlanta Concours D’Elegance Will Take Place In Late October

This year, the event relocates to Tyler Perry Studios. The 2019 Atlanta Concour D’Elegance will be hosted at the Tyler Perry Studios property this year. The premier auto show showcases hundreds of vintage and modern-day cars from some of the most valuable and rarest collections nationwide. The ...
By Michelle Marus Jul 11, 2019

1994 Jaguar XJR: The Six-Cylinder That Revitalised Britain's B...

Motorious takes a closer look at the Jaguar that changed everything – the brutal yet beautiful straight-six 1994 XJR Before the XJR arrived, Jaguar was suffering something of an identity crisis. Previous esteem with which the genteel marque’s high-end saloons were held was on the wane. Sir Willi...
By Calum Brown Jun 08, 2019

Jaguar XJ: Dead at 51

Jaguar has announced that the final XJ saloon will roll out the factory this July. It's the death of an icon as we know it After 51 years of production in various guises, the XJ saloon as we know it has been terminated. The last example will roll off the assembly line on July 5 according to indu...
By Calum Brown Jun 04, 2019

Check Out American History's Unknown Lancia: The 1931 Dilambda...

As the first Lancia destined to crack the U.S market, history books rarely mention the decadent Dilamdba V8. Here's why you're missing out Everyone knows the Americans prefer things large, so when Lancia tried to crack the US market during the 1920s, they offered up a generously proportioned sal...
By Gillian Carmoodie Jun 01, 2019

1987 Jeep Wagoneer: The Finest Classic Luxury SUV for $43k?

Buying a classic Range Rover too predictable? Then meet the 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer! Historians dictate that the Range Rover lays claim as the world’s first luxurious SUV. However, they would be mistaken. Long before the UK trend-setter reached American shores, and some years before the Rangie ...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

Why It's Time To Invest In An Alfa Romeo 156

Alfa's 156 offers a potent blend of charisma and excitement. However, finding a good one is getting more difficult as time moves on. It's time to find one and tuck it away... An Alfa Romeo can be a dangerous proposition. Combining a potent blend of styling and performance with lashings of Italia...
By Calum Brown May 19, 2019

The Story Behind This Globe Trotting 1937 Lagonda LG45 Rapide

Elaborately fashioned and carrying the prestige of a recent Le Mans win for the marque, the LG45 Rapide was destined to impress. We find out more on this rare car… Each and every feature on a Lagonda LG45 Rapide speaks of impressive luxury and performance. The coachwork possesses a rare and unas...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 18, 2019

Does The Historic Alfa Romeo Quadrifoglio Badge Belong On An SUV?

True Alfisti may question the Stelvio Quadrifoglio's motives, so can this 505-horsepower super SUV justify itself? I think we’re all used to the notion of high-performance SUV by this point in time. While some still detest the notion of historic marques opening themselves up to the fastest growi...
By Tyler Heatley May 15, 2019

What’s It Like To Drive The Queen Mother’s Jaguar V12 Sovereign?

We’re celebrating Jaguar's flagship XJ saloon, showcasing some of the most important models – starting with the Queen Mother’s 1973 V12. For over half a century, the Jaguar XJ has remained a byword for refinement. Providing slick aesthetics with svelte yet aggressive styling, paired with enough ...
By Calum Brown May 13, 2019

That Time Someone Found A Daimler Buried In Their English Garden

When your shovel hits something hard, you wouldn't expect to find a Daimler lurking under your garden. Yet, that’s exactly what’s happened on the island of Guernsey... As Britain finally gets to enjoy some much-anticipated spring sunshine, many choose to make a start on gardening plans for the ...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 12, 2019

The Dangers Of Nikasil Cylinder Linings In Your Jaguar XK8

There's a dark secret within the engine bay of pre-2000 model year Jaguar XK8s. If you've got Nikasil cylinder linings, there's a few things you need to watch out for... Instead of jumping in to assess the proficiency and overall condition of various components under the bonnet when viewing a Ja...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 11, 2019

Defending the Jaguar XKE Series III

For decades the Jaguar XKE Series III V12 has lived in the shadow of its forbearers – but is there merit in buying the final incarnation? Let’s face it – the third-incarnation of Jaguar’s XKE (E-type) was far removed from the world-changing mantra offered by the 1961 original. Bloated and heft...
By Calum Brown May 01, 2019

100 Years of Zagato: Top 10 Zagato Designed Cars

Some sort of unquantifiable magic goes on when an Italian puts pen to paper. The nation is responsible for some of the most beautifully designed cars the world has ever seen — is it something in the water? Zagato is one of Italy’s most famous design houses and in 2019 it celebrate its centenary. ...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 30, 2019

The Rolls-Royce Sweptail Is The Most Expensive British Car Ever

At one point the most expensive car in the world, the bespoke Rolls-Royce Sweptail has an estimated Value of over $13 million Once upon a time, the art of coach-building cars was commonplace. You’d visit your chosen engine and drivetrain manufacturer, with your next port of call being your favor...
By Tyler Heatley Apr 29, 2019
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