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Production milestone for Honda

HONDA has announced that the company has reached the 100 million unit milestone in global car production. Honda began car production in 1963 with the T360 mini-truck and the S500 sports car (pictured). A year later Honda employed all of the company’s production technologies and know-how and constructed the first plant dedicated to automobile production … Continue reading

The Bentley Boys are back at the Classic

NEXT summer’s Silverstone Classic will feature more than eight decades of glittering motor sport history, with confirmation that the acclaimed Kidston Trophy for Pre-War Sports Cars is returning to the packed on-track programme. The inaugural Kidston Trophy was a real crowd-pleaser when introduced for the event’s special Silver Jubilee celebrations in 2015. A captivating grid … Continue reading

Ferrari the star lot at Barons

  BARONS finished a very busy year with a successful Christmas Classic sale at Sandown Park. The main attraction was the ‘garage find’ 1985 Ferrari Mondial Quattrovalvole QV V8 (estimate £6,000-£9,000) which sold for £16,775 after frantic bidding in the hall, on the internet and on the phone. A beautiful 1954 Bentley R Type found … Continue reading

Classic Jag tops £60,000

  AN exciting selection of vintage and classic cars, automobilia and memorabilia was offered at Dorset Vintage and Classic Auctions’ final sale of 2016. Heading the line-up was a 1959 Jaguar XK150SE fixedhead coupe that found a new home in the Midlands for £60,775, and an exceptional 1934 Austin 10/4 Cabriolet with a vast history, … Continue reading

Henry Cooper’s Ferrari to go under the ’ammer

AUCTIONEERS Coys are putting under the hammer a Ferrari (pictured) owned by British boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper along with over 40 classic and sports cars at their yearly True Greats auction on Monday (December 5) at the Royal Horticultural Society in London. The 1973 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 was owned in the early 1980s … Continue reading