When we think of cars made by Mercedes Benz, we think of big, hulking, masculine brutes like our favorite hulk the G-Wagen. There's something obviously Germanic and heftily big boned about them, something that has, to be frank, rarely mustered "
Been thinking of Lewis Hamilton's move to Mercedes for the coming F1 season. What with Merc's talismanic association with Stirling Moss and the great Ross Brawn's involvement in the Mercedes F1 team, there's a great chance that despite appearing to "
"On a rare wet Friday afternoon in California's Monterey (home of Laguna Seca Raceway), and close to the gobsmackingly beautiful central coast of California, we spotted a roadside gem in Dodi's Auto Sales. Anchoring up urgently, we knocked on Dodi's "
A neighbour of mine used to own one of these beauties. There's something amazingly sculptural about the curvature of the glass in the rear three-quarter that made me sigh.
Never having been a particular Mercedes fetishist, the way this coupé "
"Classic this one. Sometimes the slickness of contemporary TV car shows forget the gonzo-like beauty of a good old fashioned burn up. And this is a classic old fashioned burn up.
We're not sure where or when this was shot, "
"We could write a weighty tome on the Mercedes C-111's test-bed chops.
This has to be one of THE most influential cars of the late 20th century. The achievements of the last two iterations (pictured here), are gobsmacking.
Our friends at Sideburn magazine, "the world’s most suave motorcycle magazine", is organising and promoting a one-off, cross-genre event that they reckon will to "go down in history".
Hold on to your whiskers folks and prepare for "
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We've been known to fetishise the odd shooting brake.
And this Murena GT must be one of the most beautiful we've ever come across.
According to the webs it was built in 1969 by Intermeccanica of Turin "
"Based in the rolling hills of Somerset, the Ariel Motor Company is the sort of family-run business that we all wish we worked for. Small and friendly yet internationally-known, the modern iteration of the firm has been built up since 1999 "
"Forget Formula 1, with its narcolepsy-inducing races and prima donna drivers. For pure, undiluted motorsport, rallying remains the king. Real roads, brutally fast cars and an almost infinite range of conditions make it a very different challenge to the sterile world "
"The nice people at Influx suggested earlier this year that they wanted three films off us.
One on minibuses, one on bubblecars and one on car detailers. Trying to find an interesting angle on minibuses was tough I’ll be "