One owner, low mileage

One owner, low mileage

They still exist, cars that were bought new a long time ago and then kept by the same owner for decades. This Opel Commodore was bought brand new in 1968 by a German dentist. He took really good care of it. In all those years, he drove only 114,000 kilometers with the car, it is

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Here’s Lotus Esprit number 30

Here’s Lotus Esprit number 30

You may think: where have I seen this car before? That could be in several places. For instance, you may have seen it at the NEC Classic Motorshow in Birmingham in the UK, last november, when this car was exhibited on the Restoration Show there. Or you may have seen it in Practical Classics magazine

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A bunch of old Packards in Iowa

A bunch of old Packards in Iowa

This may look like a barnfind, but strictly speaking, it is not. Because most of these cars have been standing outside the barn. 

What we see here is a few of a total of 91 classic cars, being the Estate of John Francis Klapp, who passed away on May 17th 2017, 71 years old.

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The smallest limousine on earth

The smallest limousine on earth

Throughout history, there has always been a good relationship between Greece and the United Kingdom. Perhaps that explains the relatively large amount of British classic cars that we find on the website Car.gr. One of them is this remarkable little limousine: a Vanden Plas 1100.

In the early 1960’s, British Motor Corporation was working on

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Amilcar Pegase spent decades in dry storage

Amilcar Pegase spent decades in dry storage

The French Amilcar-factory was best known for its racing cars during the 1920’s, in the first years of its existence. In the 1930’s the firm started struggling. The Pégase was an attempt in 1934 to produce a medium sized car. The 2.2-liter four cylinder engine was from Delahaye, later a stronger 2.5-liter engine was on

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Hagerty Index for classic cars declines again

Hagerty Index for classic cars declines again

Prices for most classic cars are slowly declining, says Hagerty Classic Car Index. Most of the seven primary indices of the index show a decline of some sort.

The index for German collectible cars suffered a decline for the fifth time in a row. The first one was in May 2016. It is the longest

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