(UPDATE) You can buy one of Neil Young’s Buicks today!

(UPDATE) You can buy one of Neil Young’s Buicks today!

Today, a part of Neil Young’s huge collection of… everything is being auctioned in Los Angeles, California. Part of the auction are three of his cars: A Buick hearse, a Buick Roadmaster, and a three-seater Chrysler Windsor.

UPDATE, December 10: Neil Young’s 1948 Buick Roadmaster Hearse made an astonishing USD 31,250. The 1941 Chrysler Windsor

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This Jaguar XK120 is XL

This Jaguar XK120 is XL

The last classic car auction of this year will be on 29 December in Switzerland. One of the cars to be sold there is this unique Jaguar XK120 built by Autenrieth.

When Jaguar introduced the XK120 sports car, it was a sensation. After all, it had proved to be capable of a top speed of

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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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Two pretty Citroëns with a history

Two pretty Citroëns with a history

Sure, you can buy a Citroën Traction Avant just about anywhere in Europe. They have been in production from 1934 to 1955 and collectors got to them early. Even in the 1970’s the big Citroëns with their swooping front wings were already considered to be classic cars. So they have been preserved from a very

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