Restored ‘Half-track Fox’ Kombi
Volkswagen Classic Vehicles has just finished restoring a one-off T1 Kombi with chain drive, originally built for tough European alpine conditions.Find out more
This impressively detailed 1:5 scale Porsche 911 Targa was created using imaginative craftsmanship and improvisation, over 50 years before the advent of 3D printing would have seen off most of the challenges associated with the build.
Based upon the original 901, which first saw light towards the end of the 1950s before evolving into the iconic 911 in 1963, this 1972 Porsche 911 S 2.4 Targa is a classic with a secret.
The Volkswagen ‘R’ brand turns 20 this year and while synonymous with limited run, high performance VWs in the past, ‘R’ virtues will be offered across more model lines than ever before in 2022.Find out more
For the past two years, Porsche Classic has been working on a unique project to celebrate its 50th anniversary: restoring a 911 S 2.4 Targa from 1972 – the year that Porsche Design was founded.
Perhaps the most famous Esprit converted into a submarine at the behest of its secret agent owner. But the history of and fanbase for Lotus’ original performance ‘wedge’ extends far beyond the illusions of movie magic.
Two years after the company was founded Bentley delivered it’s first customer car. A 3-Litre delivered to racing enthusiast Noel van Raalte in 1921, Sold for £1,150.
We take a look at the brilliant minds that saw Lamborghini become one of the greatest sports and super car brands in the world.
In the summer of 1970, Ferruccio Lamborghini pushed his engineers to develop a revolutionary car that could succeed in the not-so-easy task of replacing the iconic Miura.
It’s 40 years - Yes, 40 years – since the iconic Cannonball Run film hit theatres and cemented it’s place in automotive culture.
Bond fan? Then of course you’ll be needing an electric two-thirds scale version of the iconic Aston Martin DB5 complete with gadgets.
It’s something we tend to overlook, but Škoda is actually one of the oldest car brands in the world, and also one with a rich history in motorsport.
100 years have passed since Bentley's maiden race win, the winning car itself - known as EXP2 - returned to the famous Brooklands Racetrack in Surrey yesterday to lead a cavalcade of 3-litre Bentleys to celebrate.
Automobili Lamborghini is celebrating the 105th anniversary of the birth of its founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Virtually no other model epitomises the sea change that Porsche underwent in the mid-1990s like the 911 Turbo from 1995.
The first reborn Jaguar E-Type 60 pair has been unveiled by the manufacturer on the 60th birthday of the iconic model.Find out more
On 8 March 1956, production started at the factory after an unbelievable construction period of just one year.
The first of the newly created engines for the historic Bentley Blower Continuation Series has fired into action on Bentley’s specially prepared factory testbed.
Not to be outdone by a swathe of reimagined classics that have become all the rage in recent years, Volvo-affiliated triple World Touring Car Champions, Cyan Racing, have now released one of their own. Behold the stunning Volvo P1800 Cyan.Find out more
Station wagon ‘Combi’ models are a firm part of the modern Škoda line-up: a tradition which began in the early 1960s. One lesser-known wagon, however, is Škoda’s prototype ‘Hajaja’, which was based on the utilitarian 1000 MB.
Put simply "The Ferrari" - this is the Maranello manufacturer at its most definitive.
Raucous, raw, harsh, compromised: just some of the accusations leveled at Ferrari’s 351kW V8 F40 when it first surfaced in 1987.
The 1967 Volvo 1800 S once owned by Sir Roger Moore and featured in television’s The Saint is set to be the star of the Volvo stand at the upcoming Techno-Classica car show in Germany.
It’s 30 years since Volvo embraced front-drive tech with a five-door family hatchback that veered from the Scandinavian manufacturer’s well-established blueprint.
A classic Aston Martin once owned by Peter Sellers – and with some screen-time of its own – was a highlight of this year’s Concours of Elegance event at Hampton Court Palace in London.
The classic Bentley you see here is in fact a recreation; a wholly rebuilt 1939 Corniche, which is the only example of the model ever made and once considered lost forever.
Ross Marshall’s gorgeous Packard Super 8 coupe famously boasts ‘one lady owner’. That lady just happens to be legendary American aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
A stunning example of one of the world’s most revered supercars has just been exhibited after a 13-month-long restoration project.