|BONHAMS TO OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION SIR STIRLING MOSS's 1961 PORSCHE RS-61 SPORTS-RACING CAR|
|The Bonhams Motor Car Department is delighted to announce that it has been commissioned to offer one of the greatest and most charismatic of all small-capacity sports-racing cars – Porsche RS-61 chassis number '718-070' – at the company's Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale on
The vendor of this outstanding Porsche RS-61 is none other than 'Mr Motor Racing' himself, Sir Stirling Moss OBE – acknowledged as one of the greatest racing drivers of all time. He was without doubt the standard-...[Read more...]|
|MANX V: POWERED BY REV-TEC, IT'S THE MANX FOR THE 21ST CENTURY|
|Newport Beach, CA, May 8, 2014 - The Manx is one of the world's most iconic vehicles. Name another car that looks as contemporary today as it did 50 years ago.
It's a design that transcends time and borders. It's as beloved in Europe, Australia and the Middle East as it is in all of the Americas.
And it's ageless in its appeal. Five years old or 95, there is no generation gap with a Manx.
It's simple in its elegance and elegant in its simplicity.
A perfect blending of form and...[Read more...]|
|BRUCE MEYERS TO CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ICONIC MEYERS MANX BY RACING IN 2014 NORRA MEXICAN 1000 RALLY|
|After months of preparation and with the support of an industry it helped create, Meyers Manx Inc. today proudly announced details of a new project to celebrate the car's 50th anniversary next month. It is entering company founder Bruce Meyers in next month's 2014 General Tire NORRA Mexican 1000 rally.
The iconic Meyers Manx dune buggy ('Old Red') was invented by Meyers in a small garage on the Balboa Peninsula of Newport Beach, California and first driven in May of 1964. The spirited and eve...[Read more...]|
|How Ford Put A 1966 Mustang Atop The World'S Tallest Building|
|◾In October 1965, Ford and the management of the Empire State Building in New York collaborated to display a new Mustang convertible on the world's highest observation deck
◾Ford engineers and technicians cut the car into four sections that would fit into the building elevators, then added brackets to enable quick disassembly and rebuilding
In 1965, the Ford Mustang was the talk of the nation. The first calendar year of production saw sales of more than 400,000 units, well over the 100,000 u...[Read more...]|
|1963 Corvette Pilot Car to Cross the Block at Vicari December New Orleans Auction|
|The Vicari Auction Company announces its 3rd annual New Orleans Classic Auto Festival Dec. 1, 2012, at the famous Mardi Gras World in New Orleans, La.
More than 200 classic and muscle cars will cross the block, led by a rare 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Pilot Car Serial #16.
'In preparation for the introduction of the re-designed 1963 Corvette, a limited number of handmade pilot line cars were produced in St. Louis, Mo., for the purpose of road testing the new design,' said Pe...[Read more...]|