Alois Ruf Jr, head of RUF Automobile GmbH, took home the Art Centre College of Design Award and Best in Class (in the Porsche seventy-fifth anniversary category) with his restored 1963 901 at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
Just a fortnight after the thunder of 70 vintage Bentleys shook the tarmac at Le Mans, Bentley re-launched the mightiest racer of all – the Speed Six. The first new example in 93 years made its global debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The latest attraction at the Lakeland Motor Museum is a Mazda RX7 which was first registered back in January 1985 – making it now nearly 40 years old – but that has just 15,000 miles on the clock and is in mint condition
Two rare coachbuilt cars from the 1950s sold online at The Market by Bonhams in January, both bodied by James Young. Each looked like a significant gamble, but they had the potential to repay a lucky buyer very handsomely.
The race to find environmentally acceptable and feasible ‘pump-ready’ fuels before the political window threatens to close on alternatives to electrification appears to have taken another big step forward
Crowdfunded Classics Something we’ve heard frequently in recent years on our classic car magazines is that owners have often bought their old car as an investment just as much as a fun weekend toy and like so many investments