|PAIR OF SPECTACULAR, ULTRA-LOW-MILEAGE JAGUAR E-TYPES GO ON SALE AT HEXAGON|
|◾Hexagon is delighted to offer for sale not one, but two perfectly preserved Series 1 Jaguar E-Types
◾Quite possibly the two lowest-mileage 4.2-litre examples in the world, Hexagon has a 1965 Roadster with 8,676 miles and a 1965 Fixed Head Coupe with just 10,513 miles
◾Offered in incredible original condition and with matching numbers, both are priced at £249,995
◾The Series 1 E-Type is a true icon, one of Britain's greatest automotive triumphs and one of the most desirable classic cars in t...[Read more...]|
|PAIR OF COVETED FERRARIS LEAD SUPERLATIVE ROSTER OF EUROPEAN SPORTS CARS AT AUCTIONS AMERICA'S CALIFORNIA SALE|
|• Auctions America readies for its third annual California sale, July 17—18 at Santa Monica's historic Barker Hangar
• Multi-day auction features diverse roster of nearly 300 quality vehicles
• Well-rounded selection of European sports cars led by an iconic pair of Ferraris: a 1967 330 GTS and a 2004 Enzo
• Auctions America partners with Petrolicious to host single-day vintage rally in Southern California as a prelude to the July sale
• Full details and digital brochure available online a...[Read more...]|
|PORSCHE'S 914 HONORED AT 20TH AMELIA CONCOURS d'ELEGANCE|
|The 20th annual Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance will honor the first mid-engine production Porsche, the 914 in all its variants.
At first some Porsche purists lamented the Porsche 914's seemingly humble origins. They whispered the 'V-Word' . . . Volkswagen. The reality was that the 914 is a blood descendant of the seminal Gmund Porsche, the first car to wear the family name and the crest, a pure sports car designed around a Volkswagen-sourced air-cooled flat-four and a mid-engine con...[Read more...]|
|PACKARD'S RARE CONCEPT CARS FEATURED AT 'THE AMELIA'|
|'Ask the man who owns one' was Packard's slogan from the earliest days of the marque. On March 9, 2014, Packard fans visiting the 19th annual Amelia Island Concours can ask the man who owns 58 Packards.
Ralph Marano, Sr., an orthodox Packard man of long standing, has been seized by one of the most dignified, delightful and elegant obsessions in the car collecting hobby. Ralph really likes Packard show cars. He likes them so much that he has collected all ten.
Marano's Packard ...[Read more...]|
|Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrows Celebrate Silver Anniversary Le Mans Victory At 2014 Amelia Island Concours D'elegance|
|From their glory days in the 1930s, the all-conquering racers from Mercedes-Benz were known with affection, respect and, occasionally, fear, as the 'Silver Arrows'.
The nickname has its roots in a clever solution to a weight restriction mandated by the grand prix rule book. During the 1930s, to save weight and meet the international regulation requiring grand prix cars to race under the maximum weight of 750 Kilograms (1650 lb.), Mercedes-Benz removed Germany's traditional racing white pain...[Read more...]|