A Grand Tourer indeed, the 220/250/280SE Coupé served as a coupé not for one, but for two generations of Mercedes S-class. If you want to buy a classic Mercedes-Benz 280 SE, keep in mind that values can go from 30,000 to 450,000 US-dollar.
If you ask yourself why would you buy a classic Mercedes-Benz 280
Just two weeks to go before in Italy the sale starts of the contents of Stile Bertone. Auction house Aste Bolaffi has now published the catalogue online. And if you enjoy car history and car design, you will probably start drooling the moment you see it.
A detailed line-up of T Fords from 1908 until 1927, about 30 Model A’s and a hall full of trucks and pick-ups; the Den Hartogh Ford Museum in the Netherlands holds a very special collection of mainly prewar Fords. And they can all be yours.
There is always something tragic about it when a collection,
Owning a classic car is serious business. It requires money, space and time. We don’t all have plenty of that, do we? But if time and space are limited, you might want to consider getting a small classic car. There are plenty of them about, and they’re not all that expensive.
The Ford Museum in Hillegom, the Netherlands, has a collection of more than 200 Ford cars, most of them from before 1940. Two years ago the museum closed its doors, now Bonhams will sell the entire collection out. The auction is set for June 23, 2018.
The Ferrari 250 GT Lusso of 1963/1964 has become increasingly popular with collectors. At auction, prices have gone up from around USD 250,000 in 2004 to 2.5 million in 2014. For 2018 there are several Lusso’s on the market. Question is, will prices for this elegant Ferrari continue to increase?
We all know about the cars on Cuba, right? They have become a class of their own.
Because, where else in the world can you find a 1954 Chevrolet or a 1957 Cadillac, painted in bright yellow or candyred, with an interior like your grandmother’s sofa, powered by a four cylinder diesel-engine from China and
The Spanish auto industry has a reputation for creating special versions of familiar cars for the local market. Spaniards like their cars to have four doors. So Seat built four-door versions of both the Seat/Fiat 600 and the 850, and Renault has for many years built a stretched four-door Renault 5 with a traditional boot