With an asking price of £54,500, this 1953 Bristol 403 isn’t the sort of thing that’ll be an impulse purchase for anyone this side of an oil-shiek or one of those rapper people I see on MTV when I’ve lost the remote somewhere in the sofa cushions. That said, I’d be far more likely to…
The Acura NSX Coupe, or Honda NSX outside of the USA and Hong Kong, was a car built by Honda to directly challenge the Ferrari 348. On its release in 1991 the NSX took the world by storm and was quickly rated by the leading automotive magazines as superior to both the Ferrari 348 and…
I have a deep and abiding love for the 1967 Mustang Fastback, I don’t know exactly what it is about the car, but it’s been on my top 10 list since I was wearing short pants and if I’m honest, it’s the only car on my top 10 list that falls within my affordability bracket. At least at the moment.
The Ginetta G40R is set for release at the end of August 2011, the good-looking little beast has the same basic engine/transmission as the ever popular Mazda MX-5
You can never have too many rooflines or NASA-type hood scoops.
After the 70s meant many things to many people. To me it meant cars, motorcycles and an overwhelming desire to avoid school at all costs. It was that simple time every man experiences in his life before the inevitable interest in the fair sex sets in and ruins everything.
The 1957 Maserati 450S Costin-Zagato Coupé started life in 1956 as a convertible and was redesigned into a coupé in 1957 by Englishman Frank Costin, the car was built to Costin’s specifications by Zagato in Italy
The Lamborghini Miura is without question one of the most beautiful cars ever made, the long flowing lines directly influenced countless cars made since and the model is widely credited with making Lamborghini a global player in the luxury-sportscar market.
The E-Type Lightweight is a performance modified E-Type from 1961 that features aluminium bodywork to keep weight as low as possible, a close ratio gearbox, Weber carburettors, race tuned suspension and a slew of other upgrades.
The ’69 Chrysler Newport has always been a favourite of mine amongst American muscle cars, it came with either a standard 383 cubic inch V8 or the optional 440 cubic inch V8 and had one of the coolest sets of flip-into-the-grill-headlights ever seen on a production car.
Although viewed by most as heresy, this is my favourite Aston Martin. It seems the perfect blend of British styling with a dash of American muscle car influence topped off with a healthy dose of British handling and finesse. Timothy Dalton drove one in The Living Daylights, which I also think is one of the more…
This is the original 1968 brochure for the now infamous Holden Monaro. The Australian muscle car became sacred-poster-material on every Australian boy’s bedroom wall, it saw production from 1968 till 1977 and was then revived in 2001 till 2005.