Two-Time Le Mans Winning 1963 Ferrari 275 P offered for Private Sale

RM Sotheby’s has revealed that it will present one of the most historically important Scuderia Ferrari sports racing cars, a 1963 Ferrari 275 P. This unique racing Ferrari, , chassis no. 0816, will be presented on RM Sotheby’s Monterey Private Sales stand from 22-25 August. One of just four Scuderia Ferrari works cars built to contest the World Sports Car Championship in 1963, the Ferrari 275 P, saw incredible success for…

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5 Things You Should Know Before Restoring A Classic Car

When you’re a classic car enthusiast, there are few things more exciting or fulfilling than restoring one yourself. That being said, you shouldn’t dive head first into a project of your own without thinking things through properly. Restoring a classic car can be an amazing experience, but only if you’ve planned it properly and have the tools, knowledge, and willpower to get the results you want. Keeping that in mind,…

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Take to the Road offers summer driving tips to Foray Motor Group

Take to the Road was recently contacted by Foray Motor Group who asked us to offer some summer driving tips to their readers. Of course being into classic cars, we gave them some tips that would be helpful to classic car enthusiasts during the hot summer months. We all wish we could be driving the lovely Countach above on a warm sunny day, but for the majority of us, a…

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Volkswagen Polo 43-year history captured in less than 40 seconds

It may not be the most glamorous car out there, but the Volkswagen Polo has become one of the nation’s most-loved models thanks to its economy and practicality. Now 43 years old, it remains amongst the most popular superminis here in the UK. But what exactly has changed about this enduringly popular car during its five decades on the market? You can find out in a new super-quick snapshot of…

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Market Pick: 1983 Talbot Samba

It has been a while since Take to the Road shared a Market Pick, which makes todays one a bit special. No it’s not a rare Ferrari or Maserati but instead a fascinating survivor from the 1980s. And is a 1983 Talbot Samba GLS. Now I can imagine many of you are saying “Wow I remember the Talbot Samba when they were new!”. A statement quickly followed by “and I…

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