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This Tuned Mercedes-Benz 190 E Is The Ultimate Canyon Runner

They usually say that too many cooks spoil the broth, but this Smoking Tire video featuring a hot-rod tuned Mercedes 190E might just prove that old saying wrong… Mercedes originally developed the 190 E to contend in the World Rally Championship. As such, billions of Dollars were invested in the...
By Gillian Carmoodie Feb 15, 2019

Con Artists Target Collector Car Buyers In Scam

The thieves used Mercedes-Benzes, Porsches, Teslas and 1960s Dodges, and Chevrolets as bait to steal money from automotive enthusiasts Ten people were arrested this week after posing as car dealers and collectors with vehicles for sale online. U.S. Federal Prosecutors said that the targets were...
By Elizabeth Puckett Feb 14, 2019

Rare Ex-Works 1933 Bugatti Type 51 Selling At Amelia Island

This Bugatti Type 51 was once raced by the works team and used as a test car. Its well-documented history and pristine condition means it could sell for $1.6 million Bugatti’s grand prix racers are always something special with each car bathed in history. This regal 1933 Bugatti Type 51 Grand Pr...
By Tyler Heatley Feb 13, 2019

Heading To Auction: The Only F-Bird In Azure Blue

Experts believe this 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Code is the only one of its kind to boast a stunning shade of Azure Blue. It's up sale, too! At the Detroit Auto Show in 1954, Ford unveiled what would become an iconic adversary to the all-conquering Chevrolet Corvette. Out selling the competition f...
By Elizabeth Puckett Feb 12, 2019

John Haynes OBE, Founder Of The Haynes Manual, Has Died

John Haynes, the mastermind behind the Haynes Manual, has passed away. He was 80 years old John Haynes, the entrepreneur and creator of the Haynes Manual, has died aged 80 after a short illness. The founder of the Haynes Publishing Group PLC and the Haynes International Motor Museum passed away ...
By Calum Brown Feb 12, 2019

One Hundred Years Of Mercedes-Benz Customer Magazines

While the exact publication date is unknown, the premier issue of the Mercedes-Benz customer magazine, the “ Daimler-Zeitung” (Daimler Newspaper) was published in January of 1919. The concept of the publication was not a new one, as the idea of “a regular magazine” with topics relating to the ...
By Elizabeth Puckett Feb 11, 2019

Derek Hood Of JD Classics Sued for £64m Over Classic Car Fraud

Derek Hood and his wife are being sued for £64 million worth of damages by JD Classics' administrators – Charme Capital – over 'financial irregularities' Former Essex dentist Derek Hood, 58, and his wife Sarah are facing a £64 million ($82million/€73million) lawsuit in regards to ‘financial ir...
By Calum Brown Feb 11, 2019

Lamborghini Polo Storico Unveil Special Muira At Rétromoble

Lamborghini's Polo Storico restoration department rocked up at Rétromobile Paris to unveil the latest restoration: the Miura SV owned by Jean Todt Lamborghini Polo Storico are at Rétromobile! With the Parisian event kicking off yesterday (Feb 6), Lamborghini’s in-house restoration department – i...
By Calum Brown Feb 07, 2019
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