The AC Auto-Carriers was founded in 1903 and is among the oldest British automobile firms. In 1905, the produced a 3-wheel commercial vehicle that was financially successful, followed by a passenger carrying motor vehicle - the 'Sociable' - first pro....[continue reading]
This Bristol-powered Aceca, with chassis number BEX 711, was AC's display vehicle at the 1959 New York International Automobile Show. At the show, it caught the eye of William Willock Jr., who purchased the car. This was one of eight examples deliver....[continue reading]
A 1959 BMW 507, first owned by King Constantine II of Greece, was the top lot at the Bonhams Zoute Sale on Sunday 11 October 2020, selling for more than €2 million to a telephone bidder, earning applause from the saleroom.
Another regal ride, a 1955...
The London Concours has announced its Lancia Legends display – a celebration of cars from the golden era of Lancia
Line-up includes icons like Henri Toivonens Lancia 037 Rally Evo 2, a one-of-59 B24 Spider and the ultimate Flaminia a Super Sport...
One of only 14 Ferrari F430 GTC built and raced by the late Allan Simonsen
An exceptional AC Ace, beautifully restored and fitted with the Bristol engine
One owner Mercedes-Benz 190E Evo II, number 255 of just 500 built
2,240 miles from new, a F...
SECOND WORKS CAR, CAMPAIGNED BY MOTORSPORT HERO PETER COLLINS
DB3S WORKS JOINS LIST OF STUNNING MODELS THROUGH THE DECADES SET FOR AN EVENING WITH ASTON MARTIN ON 15 AUGUST
RM Sothebys offers highly original and matching numbers 1953...
1 of only 200 Renault 5 Turbo 2 Evolutions to be offered
Very rare Maserati Bora 4.7-litre coupe in right-hand drive
1 of 50 Series 3 commemorative Jaguar E-types and the first AC Aceca with a Bristol engine
Silverstone Auctions sale on the 26th...