Died in the wool fans of the legend that is James Hunt may recognise this little beauty. Yes, it's the great man's 1967 Austin 35 Countryman conversion.
For sale at Silverstone Auctions’ 23 July event, the car has been in storage for 18 years "
This morning we've been thinking about a phenomenon that's been trawling its way through every aspect of our culture of late.
It's all about authenticity.
In the boomtimes we're always simply worried about the new: the cutting edge, the innovative, "
Around Christmas time I can't help but hanker after those simpler, more innocent times,. We reckon we got our passion for exotic vehicles from the untrammelled futurism of seventies children's TV
And renderings of cool vehicles were never more colourful "
All over the planet people are getting in tune with how life-affirming it can be to have an intimate relationship with the things they consume. Folk are getting into the idea that, from home grown "
Portuguese artist Miguel Palma is fascinated by technology and the way that it affects people's lives. So when he found his 1963 Jaguar Mark Ten in his native Lisbon, a natural curiosity about the graceful beauty's lineage led him to create "
We at Influx towers are always looking at interesting ways of presenting stories of people and their cars.
And in the daily hunt for things that inspire us, we recently stumbled upon Joe Goode's simple but lovely way of presenting "
"Since April 17th 1964 the Ford Mustang has been influencing people by its iconic design, prestige and luxury. With projected sales of less than 100,000 units in the first year, Ford was quickly inundated, surpassing a million units within 18 months of launch. "
"Commuting using public transport is becoming a real issue with ever-increasing costs, increasing delays and the overcrowding to contend with. The same can apply to using your own car to commute into cities. The Xciting 400 from Kymco offers a superb "
"The National Speedway Museum at Broxbourne is a surprising place. Set within Paradise Wildlife Park, a colourful animal sanctuary and family entertainment centre in the pretty countryside of Hertfordshire, there’s little to hint at the textured treasure trove that "
"You’ll find plenty of motoring journalists who are real professors of this subject. They love to get under the bonnet and tinker with the oily bits or thoroughly go through testing procedures point by point. Honestly, I admire them "