This morning, while recovering from Jet-Lag, I figured a little catch-up around the internet would be a great idea. Following the jump, you’ll see a fantastic video about the daily use of a ’53 Porsche 356. True, snow and classics might not be for everyone, but the owner sure makes some valid arguments about driving […]
Previously, I posted about my four challenges with a major restoration. Today, I offer you three tips which should help you make it through your restoration job.
Typically, as I think about the Spring Thaw, I’m considering minor things to my Beetle such as adjusting the carbs, changing the brakes or building a new engine. Yes, that’s right, the minor things.
1903 Peerless owned by Bonhams CEO, Malcolm Barber, journeys back to Colorado to be reunited with the family of its original owner.
The Cayenne SUV was not Porsche’s first four-wheeler. Dr. Ferdinand Porsche built three prototype-tractors in 1934 which led to the production of a range of tractors fitted with one- to-four-cylinder engines.
This unique 1959 GAZ-Volga – a product of a Soviet Union/Ford joint project now lives in British Columbia.
A car that was born in the depression and restored in the recent recession, the Delage D8S certainly gives a new meaning to the phrase elegance. Nigel Matthews and Philip Powell go in-depth with this year’s Pebble Beach winner.