Shelby 1967 GT500 Super Snake now in Production

The 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake is a fantastic example of the expression ‘better late than never’, which Shelby American will, at long last, create as a restricted release continuation model. Amid the 1960s, Shelby manufactured a showcase Mustang for Goodyear controlled by a lightweight 427-cubic-inch race motor lifted from a Le Mans-winning Ford…

Only Surviving Land Rover Station Wagon “86 – A Brief History

The only surviving Land Rover Series – Station Wagon “86 that finished the renowned London-Singapore endeavour in 1956 is to present on show at the up coming Land Rover Legends Show. Two groups of students, from Oxford and Cambridge, partook in the tiresome cross-continent Oxford and Cambridge Far Eastern Expedition, with the outing gathering monstrous…

Rare as they Come: Jaguars “Ghost” E-Type

Although on the surface this little number closely resembles a Series Three E-type for sure, there’s something hiding under the bonnet. Replacing the near silent purr of the usual smooth turbine of the V12 you are accustomed to, this machine makes much more noise with its XK straight-six. Enter Jaguars “Ghost” E-Type. When Jaguar redesigned the E-type…

The Coolest Formula One Safety Cars

In motorsports a safety cars purpose is purely known as a ‘pace car’, which limits the speed of competing cars on a racetrack in the case of a caution period. The use of a safety car has the effect of bunching up competitors together to eliminate any time and distance advantage that a leading driver…

All-Time Favourite Classics; Mercedes-Benz 1988 560 SEC AMG

There are many motor vehicle manufacturers in the world but some stand out amongst the rest. Mercedes-Benz has gained such a remarkable reputation through a history of exceptional automobiles. We can very rarely ever fault a beautiful Merc and in this day and age, the company is still developing extraordinary vehicles. This week we are…

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