AC Cars completes first reborn AC Cobra 378 Superblower

AC Cars has announced it has completed the very first reborn AC Cobra 378 Superblower production car. Following on from the launch announcement in July 2020, the reborn Superblower showcases the very best of AC Cars’ meticulous attention to detail and quality engineering to bring this iconic nameplate back to the fore. Powered by a 6.2-litre 580hp supercharged V8 engine and featuring an all-original four-inch round tube ladder frame chassis,…

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Three Men Four Wheels Exclusive Interview

Antiques and classic car supremo Drew Pritchard has teamed up with motorsport presenter Andy Jaye and racing car driver Marino Franchitti for the brand new series Three Men Four Wheels. In this new show they delve into the world of historic motorsport and pick what they believe are the finest racing cars of all time. Drew, Andy and Marino recently chatted to Take to the Road about the show and…

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Singer unveils stunning 911 All-terrain Competition Study

Los Angeles based bespoke Porsche creators Singer, have unveiled the stunning new 911 All-terrain Competition Study. This exciting new venture is the result of a special partnership with 911 Rally and Motorsport Specialist Richard Tuthill. It is Singer’s first restoration to be developed to a client’s motorsport specification. The end result which has been dubbed the All-terrain Competition Study (ACS), has created a Turbo-charged, AWD, all-terrain capable 911 that harks back…

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Market Pick: 1971 Fiat Dino 2400 Coupe

The Fiat Dino is one of the most holy of all holy grail Fiat’s. Launched in 1966 and styled by Bertone, it offered discerning buyers a taste of Ferrari V6 power, without the cost of the Prancing Horse badge. After spending many decades flying under the radar they have become very collectable. And online auction experts Car and Classic are currently offering a freshly restored 1971 Fiat Dino 2400 Coupe….

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Seasons Greetings from Take to the Road

Well Christmas 2020 is finally upon us and what a year it has been. I don’t think any of us saw it coming, the upheaval and the challenges that have occurred this year have been immense and those that still lie ahead will be difficult. Of course the turmoil that the virus has caused to the classic car world pales in comparison to the human loss and financial strife this…

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Celebrating Alfa Romeo’s 110th anniversary with the Giulia Veloce

Alfa Romeo celebrated its 110th anniversary this year. It was a significant milestone, making it one of the oldest manufacturers in the world. While the celebrations were hampered by COVID19, Alfa pressed ahead with the reopening of its museum in Arese on 24th June, the date when the company was already founded, to the delight of the Alfisti around the world. With 2020 quickly drawing to a close, I decided…

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40 years on the Audi quattro has still got it

The Audi quattro, which celebrated its 40th birthday this year, is one of the all time great sports coupes. It ushered in a new era for the motor car, successfully bringing 4×4 technology to the masses. It wasn’t the first to do so, but the legacy is clear to see today, with virtually every Audi on the roads sporting the latest iteration of “quattro”. But what is it like to…

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The ICON Porsche 917K is the ultimate homage to the Le Mans legend

The Porsche 917 is one of the most famous racing Porsches of all time, taking the Stuttgart outfit to its first ever win at Le Mans in 1970, which was quickly followed by another in 1971. The victories and the iconic shape and distinctive livery of the 917 forever cemented its reputation in racing folklore. Fast forward to today and British firm ICON have unveiled their road legal Porsche 917K,…

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Two Bugatti EB110 race cars arrive at H.R. Owen Bugatti’s workshop

H.R. Owen Bugatti has been entrusted with the care of the last ever racing Bugattis; two unique EB110s campaigned during 1994, 1995 and 1996. The extremely rare cars, two of around 150 built in total, arrived at H.R. Owen Bugatti Service in London for their routine annual maintenance, to be cared for alongside the team’s array of Chirons and Veyrons. The EB110s are two enormously complex cars, both based on…

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