When we stumbled upon a picture of Scaglietti's stunning Ferrari 750 Monza Spyder this morning it led us to want to share some of the work of a rather unsung master of coachwork.
Baring in mind that this "
Carroll Shelby always aspired to cross the pulchritude of nimble, European sports cars with the straight line power and muscle of American hot rods.
So, in 1959 Shelby bought three Corvettes from Chevrolet, shipped them to Italy where Senor Scaglietti clothed "
"Italian neorealist film director Roberto Rossellini had a bit of taste.
Not only was he one of the definitive auteurs of post-war European cinema, he also commissioned this gobsmakingly beautiful car. You can see by the cut of his suit "
"What is there to say about this Ferrari 750 Monza?
It is a slice of mid-century art. It is a rare four-cylinder masterwork from Ferrari. It will set the auctioneers reeling when it comes under the hammer at RM Sotheby's Monterey "
"The Ferrari F40 recently celebrated its 21st birthday. The swansong of Enzo Ferrari, it was introduced on 21st July 1987 to celebrate Ferrari's 40th anniversary.
Engineered with the sole purpose of becoming the fastest production car in the world, Ferrari viewed "
If anyone was in any doubt that the classic car scene was the most stable and developing of all automotive markets, the sale of a 1957 Testarossa this weekend for almost 2 million euros than the existing world record sale at auction.
Within a short ten days of one another, both the launch of the Ferrari World theme park in Abu Dhabi's Yas Island is announced – along with the sale at auction of a one off 599 GTB Fiorano 'China' art car. In "
"The Toyota Corolla was not, with the best will in the world, an exciting car.
If someone says Corolla, you can easily be forgiven for thinking of octogenarians, dawdling speeds and fourth and fifth gears that have literally never been "
"It’s early spring in the East End of London. Gemma Harrison kicks the starter on her Triumph custom. At her side Namin Cho and Mai Storni, who give their own engines a chest rattling roar before tearing off towards "
"Fear is essential. Fear keeps us from taking on life-threatening activities or endangering ourselves and others. The knowledge that actions have consequences – and knowledge of which consequences are best avoided at all costs – keeps us safe.
Fear keeps us away "
"Damp earth and wet air and grey, grey sky. Snaking around in ribbons of concrete and asphalt, Rockingham Motor Speedway sits in a squelching, biting mass of British springtime. Stand for a second and the cold set to work, up "