The Holden EH Standard was always one of my favourite cars as a kid, I’m not sure why as it isn’t necessarily beautiful in any special way. The EH was produced by Holden in Australia between 1963 and 1965, they sold an impressive 256,959 units and in modern Australia, they’ve become something of a collectors item.
This unrestored 1967 Aston Martin DB6 is a great example of an original, untouched ’60s Aston. The car was delivered as a left-hand drive model direct to it’s owner in Manhattan in 1967…
The classic Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Touring is a highly desirable vintage racer, this is a 1973 model and interestingly it is production number #500, this is significant because only 500 were ever built.
The Bugatti type 105 was the last attempt to restart the company by Roland Bugatti and its road cars. An attempt to create the first digital super car, it featured extensive computer assists and software to keep the car in control.
Jean Bugatti was the 3rd child of Bugatti founder Ettore, he was arguably the most talented of Ettore’s children and he went on the design the Bugatti Types 50, 55 and the infamous Type 57 Atlantic.
After the popularity of last weeks post about Mick Jagger on a Honda, we decided it was time to post this vintage shot of Mick in the go seat of a Morgan.
The Mini Cooper S is one of the most beloved cars of all time, in fact I’d go so far as to say that any “Top 10 Greatest Cars” list that doesn’t include a Mini, isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on.
This 1935 Riley Kestrel is a one off 2-door design, it originally started life as a 4-door but the current owner converted it to a coupé during a lengthy restoration process in 2004.
This 1966 Chevrolet Corvette is a stunning example of the model, in fact it’s safe to say that it’s one of the best ’66 Corvettes in the world.
The VW based Meyers Manx beach buggy is one of those project cars that most men have told themselves they’ll get around to building eventually.
I like the McLaren X-1. I like it from an aesthetic perspective and I love it for what it represents, you see the X-1 is a return to that great old automotive tradition of creating unique, coach-built motorcars for special clients.
Electric cars have come a long way since they first resurfaced in the late 90s, gone are the boxy designs and 10 mile range. The modern fleet of electrics are now stunningly beautiful…