London Concours to celebrate German performance Youngtimers

The London Concours 2021 is to celebrate German performance cars with the unveiling of its latest class, titled ‘The Youngtimers’. The class will appear at the Honourable Artillery Company HQ from 8-10 June, and will highlight the autobahn storming German performance cars of the ‘80s and ‘90s. It joins the the already announced great ‘Italian Berlinettas class’ and a selection of ultra rare Porsche’s in the ‘Great Marques’ class. High…

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Top 4 Classic Car Picks at Hobbs Parker Spring Auction 2021

Spring has finally arrived and after a disrupted year, Hobbs Parker is back with another classic car auction. Once again there are more than a few interesting motors that should tempt buyers to open their wallets and put some cash down for that dream classic motor. Here are some of the entries that have caught Take to the Roads eye. Bidding for this online sale starts at 12:00pm on Wednesday…

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First look at the latest Ferrari 812 Superfast limited edition

Ferrari has released the first images of its new limited-edition 812 Superfast, one of the latest designs in its special series of one off super cars. The new 812 will be officially unveiled to the world at a special premier on May 5 at 14:30 CEST. The new Ferrari 812 Superfast model is the ultimate expression of Ferrari’s concept of an extreme front-engined berlinetta, honing the characteristics of the critically-acclaimed…

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Electrogenic unveils world first EV Triumph Stag and Morgan 4/4

Classic car electrification company Electrogenic has unveiled two ‘World First’ conversions of classic vehicles to electric power, a 1976 Triumph Stag and 1957 Morgan 4/4. The Oxford-based classic car EV technology firm specialises in taking beautiful classic cars and sympathetically converting them to electric power using its proprietary EV engineering and technology. The Triumph Stag conversion has been confirmed by the Stag Owners Club to be the first Stag to…

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British Motor Museum to reopen on 17 May

The British Motor Museum is all set to reopen its doors on 17 May in line with Stage 3 of the Government’s roadmap. Having been awarded the ‘We’re Good to Go’ industry charter mark by VisitEngland, the Museum is confident that everything is in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit. The Museum will be open 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm with limited numbers per day…

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Entries invited for 2021 Festival of the Unexceptional

Entries are now being invited for the 2021 Festival of the Unexceptional, which is taking place at Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire on Saturday 31st July. Hagerty would like owners of deliciously dull vehicles to nominate their motors for a space on the concours lawn at the 2021 Festival of the Unexceptional. If you own an Opel, maintain a Morris, fettle a Fiat, cherish a Chevette or run a Reliant this…

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The top 10 most-financed prestige and performance cars

Pent-up demand for high performance vehicles is being unleashed onto the market, with leading finance provider JBR Capital experiencing record volumes of lending on models from Aston Martin, Ferrari, McLaren and Porsche in March. Porsche proved to be the most financed marque last month with the all-electric Taycan generating a large number of proposals as interest in electric vehicles showed no signs of abating. As the UK’s only independent finance…

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Jardine Motors Group announces Automobili Pininfarina London

Jardine Motors Group has announced that it has been selected as the London and southern UK retailer for the exclusive Automobili Pininfarina Battista pure-electric hyper GT. The luxury retailer will operate under the name of Automobili Pininfarina London. The launch of Automobili Pininfarina London is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for hypercar afficionados and collectors in the UK to own a limited edition, handmade electric hyper GT; one that sets the benchmark…

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1936 Delahaye 135 S Competition set for Bonhams Monaco sale

A superb 1936 Delahaye 135 S Competition with documented race history, including action at the 1939 Le Mans 24 Hours, is being offered at Bonhams sale ‘Les Grandes Marques à Monaco’, on the 23 Apr 2021. The racing scene in the lead up to the Second World War was very much by led by French marques such as Delahaye. They were at the forefront of motorsport and the Paris based firms…

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Facel Vega with infamous past offered by Historics Auctions

Historics Auctions have consigned a superbly restored 1963 Facel Vega with an infamous past for its auction on Sunday 18th April. The luxurious French coupes former owners were involved in a scam that reached the heights of British Motorsport in the 1970s and caused a great deal of scandal. This weekends Historics sale was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday 17th. However as a mark of respect due to…

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