Is this Volkswagen an old banger or a good runner?

Is this Volkswagen an old banger or a good runner?

According to auction house Bonhams, it is both. This 1955 Volkswagen Karmann cabriolet looks like a barnfind, but Bonhams says it drives smoothly. 

The car originates from Italy and was acquired by the Porsche-dealer in Bologna in 1981. He put the car in storage and kept it there for years. It was early this

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Dutch De Rijke museum selling 364 vehicles

Dutch De Rijke museum selling 364 vehicles

The contents of the De Rijke Museum in Oostvoorne, Netherlands, are to be auctioned in November. All vehicles are now available to see on the auctioneer’s website.

The De Rijke Museum was founded by Cees de Rijke, a Dutch entrepreneur and owner of a transport company. After his death in 2015, the family decided to

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Such a pretty little MG

Such a pretty little MG

During the late 1940’s, MG produced two models: the nifty little TC sportscar and the larger, middle-class sports saloon Y. This 1.25-litre car was introduced as a four-door saloon in 1947, a year later the YT appeared, a two-door, four-seater open tourer.

Only 877 of those open cars were produced, most of them were exported

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Great expectations: another Peel P50 to be auctioned

Great expectations: another Peel P50 to be auctioned

After RM Sotheby’s selling two Peel P50’s for more than GBP 100,000, now Historics at Brooklands wants to give it a go with this 1965 P50.

Microcars or midget cars have always been appealing to classic car enthusiasts. As early as in the 1970’s, people were already collecting Isetta’s, Messerschmitts and Frisky’s, to name just

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This is not an Alfa Romeo

This is not an Alfa Romeo

It is amazing how the shape of this car talks to us. Immediately when you see it, you know that this car was built for just one purpose: to drive as fast as possible. The curved shapes make it look energetic and muscular, as an athlete ready to start. The rounded back side reminds us

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