We all know that the world of classic cars (and more generally, the world of cars) is a man’s world, however, as this interview shows, all the rules have their exceptions and that’s what Lucia Di Lorenzo talks about. Lucia is the only child of an italian passionate collector passed away when she was young,… Read More The Lady of the Trident
Well, this blog is focused mainly on classic cars and that’s clear for everyone. However, what drives the passion for the four wheeled machines doesn’t change: no matter if a car still is built with metal and fed by carburetors or built with carbon fiber and pushed by a four-turbo engine, some things never change.… Read More True spirit: The EB110 story
The film shows an eight-minute drive through Paris in the early hours of the morning (05:30 hrs) in August 1976, accompanied by sounds of a high-revving engine, gear changes and squealing tires. It starts in a tunnel of the Paris Périphérique at Porte Dauphine, with an on-board view from an unseen car exiting up on… Read More C’était un rendez-vous
We do not post often videos about classic cars as many of that are about the same things, often too much repeated in different versions. However sometimes there are some videos like this one which are able to spread the passion of their protagonists, to tell about their everyday job and about all the… Read More The Panelbeater
To completion of the photo reports posted some days ago, here is a video of the second start, saturday 21st of june. Enjoy.
These are the first words told by Murray Fowler, an 81 years old man who owned his 1970 BMW 2800 CS since 1972 and drove it for more than 400,000 miles. It’s an “official” BMW video, very short, very focused, very well cut. It’s not new but I saw it only few months ago for… Read More Should I give you a life story or a car story?
Who said that there are no more barn finds? This interesting video taken in Belgium demonstrates that it’s not true.
Just for fun, we made this video to let you listen to the Alfa Romeo V8 simphony. Enjoy.