Classic Cars For Young Drivers

You might associate classic car enthusiasts with a more mature owner but there are plenty of young drivers out there with an appreciation for the classics. The faster technology moves, the stronger the allure of vintage objects and there’s no vintage object more fun than a classic car. A classic car that you’ve bought for a couple of thousand will turn far more heads than some anonymous top of the…

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Take to the Road attends opening of new Lamborghini Tunbridge Wells

On Tuesday 6th November Take to the Road attended the official opening of the brand new Lamborghini Tunbridge Wells. The invite only event saw the unveiling of the new Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Coupe, which was introduced to the 200 plus VIP crowd by Lamborghini Chairman and CEO Stefano Domenicali. The new Lamborghini showroom, the second opened by Cambria Automobiles PLC, was packed with fans eager to see the most exciting Lamborghini…

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Thinking of investing in classic cars? Here’s what you need to know

Classic cars have been one of the best performing (and most enjoyable) investments of the past decade — but things are changing. If you’re still thinking of investing your hard-earned cash in a vintage vehicle, here’s what you need to know: Has the bubble burst? After over a decade of strong performance, prices of collector cars are starting to decline. Prices surged and peaked in 2015, but since then, they’ve…

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Ferrari 290 MM Driven by Fangio Moss and Hill Leads RM Sotheby’s Los Angeles Auction

RM Sotheby’s is delighted to announce the addition of a 1956 Ferrari 290 MM with significant motorsport pedigree ahead of The Petersen Automotive Museum Auction on 8 December. Campaigned by Scuderia Ferrari for the 1956 and 1957 seasons, the fully matching-numbers, Ferrari Classiche-certified racer was piloted by an amazing assortment of factory team drivers including Juan Manuel Fangio, Phil Hill, Peter Collins, Wolfgang von Trips, Olivier Gendebien, Eugenio Castellotti and…

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Perfect Examples Of What British Muscle Looks Like

Every car building nation has its own car styles and specific characteristics. For the Italians, it’s high RPM V8 or V12 engines, flare and incredible racing pedigree. For the Germans, it’s reliability, strong build quality and attention to detail. For the French, it’s lightweight turbo engines in small frame cars, with a splash of Gallic flair. For Americans, it’s V8 grunt made for the quickest drag strip times possible. For…

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Moving Abroad? Shipping Your Classic Car And Useful Driving Tips

Are you planning on moving overseas in the future? If so, you will be feeling incredibly excited. However, there is no doubt that there is a lot that needs to be planned and organised. From sorting out where you are going to stay to organising your furniture to be shipped. The list is endless. And if you are a classic car owner then there will certainly be one item that…

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Jaguars to Roar on Regent Street

A pride of prowling Jaguars will be one of the many highlights at next month’s Illinois Route 66 Regent Street Motor Show in central London on Saturday 3 November. The presence of iconic models from one of Britain’s most loved automotive marques is sure to be a huge crowd-pleaser at the country’s most popular free-to-view motor show, a Royal Automobile Club event which last year drew more than half a…

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