More than 200 cars and 50 motorcycles from the famous Den Hartogh Museum in The Netherlands are to be sold by Bonhams in June
Pininfarina stunned the world at the January 1969 Brussels Motor Show with a striking wedge-shaped one-off based on an Abarth sports racer.
The Corvette definitely wasn't an immediate hit and after three years of production it was almost cancelled altogether.
Special 356 and Ruf Porsche displays at the Monterey Car Week event in August – and there's still a chance to buy special tickets to this otherwise sold-out event
In 1966 Lamborghini prepared a larger version of the 350 and 400 GT called the 2+2 that made space for a rear seat and more overall interior space.
Making a very rare public appearance, it was shown at the 2018 Retromobile by Christophe Pund of La Galerie des Damiers.
Dietrich actually took delivery of the car in Europe and spent the final months of 1956 touring Europe in it before having it shipped to New York in December.
For 1914, a displacement limit of 4.5 litre and a maximum weight of 1,100 kg was introduced. This offered the Peugeot engineers the opportunity to further improve the twin-cam engine.
Traditionally organised going into the second weekend of February, the Retromobile show in Paris is a set fixture on the enthusiast's calendar.
Volvo Cars will showcase the 1967 Volvo 1800 S once owned by Sir Roger Moore and featured in television’s ‘The Saint’ at the Volvo Cars Heritage stand at Techno-Classica Essen, Germany, March 21-25.
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