Singer 911: resurrection of a legend

Written by Kurt | Sunday, 19 September 2010 15:53

singer7Over the years many people have tried their hand at upgrading and beautifying old Porsche 911s, more often than not the outcome is pitiful. Ending up with 911s clad in huge plastic fenders, silly steering wheels and colours that appeared to have been chosen by Stevie Wonder. Thankfully some Porschephiles do know how to modernise a classic 911, american company 'Singer Vehicle Design' is one of them. Their recreaction of the legend from Stuttgart must be the most thorough example in the world.

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What a treat; a concours d’élégance without excessive polishing

Written by Kurt | Thursday, 09 September 2010 16:12

bernhardferrariWhat do you need for a successful concours d’elegance? Well, first of all some pretty cars, perhaps some rare cars and good weather. More importantly you need an impressive location for the event, something that can take on the concours cars in terms of grandeur and classiness. Enter the gardens of ‘Paleis het Loo’, the former royal residence of the House of Orange-Nassau, it played host to already the ninth concours on its premises.

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Alfa Romeo Centennial: the rarities part 1

Written by Kurt | Thursday, 15 July 2010 20:40

alfacentennialThis year marks the 100th birthday of Alfa Romeo, on 24 June 1910 the company was founded in Milan by Ugo Stella together with some Italian investors, initially in conjunction with the french automobile company of Frenchmen (and invistor in the company from which Alfa was founded) Alexandre Darracq. It was the beginning of a company producing cars which makes petrolheads the world-over (well except for the americas) sell their limbs, babies or wifes to acquire one. In this first article in a series of three we look at some of the rarities they produced; racing cars, concept cars and just rare models. Read on to learn more!

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Skoda history now online

Written by Super User | Monday, 16 February 2009 21:59

Skoda has built an interactive website to celebrate the company's long (but not very well known) history in making cars. Sadly for people who don't speak German it's not very interesting as the site is only offered in German at the moment. Still, one can still look at the nice pictures accompanying the written articles.

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Search for disabled drivers of classic and sports cars

Written by Super User | Friday, 13 February 2009 13:02

We never really thought about it, but apperantly there is quite a market for adapted classic, sports and high performance cars tailored to the needs of disabled motorists. Obviously, these people are just as passionate as the non-disabled and because of that, the British 'Mobility Roadshow' is calling onto owners of such cars to come and visit the event at Kemble Airfield in June. To share experiences about their passion.

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