James Bond’s Goldeneye DB5 Driving to Auction

Aston Martin has for the longest time been seemingly synonymous with James Bond; the spy’s association with the dazzling DB5 started in 1964, when Sean Connery drove a Silver Birch in the 64 Goldfinger. An instantaneous film legend, the unbelievable (and savage) DB5 kept on springing up in continuing movies over the decades-long saga – featuring in Thunderball, Tomorrow…

Bart Starr’s 1967 Corvette up for Auction

For Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr’s efforts during his career, he was named the game’s MVP and was gifted a sparkly new 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray convertible. That Corvette is presently going to be available to be purchased. The vehicle in question brandishes a tank sticker that says “Courtesy Delivery – B. Starr.” It…

Remember the Lamborghini Marzal? It’s Coming back to Monaco

This astounding idea showed up at the 1967 Geneva car exhibition however that wouldn’t be its last stop. contrary to your average concept car, the Marzal has a more abundant tapestry of a past than most—sovereignty has steered the vehicle. On May 7, 1967, Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, finished one lap at the Monte…

“The Roots of Monozukuri”: Japanese Classic Car Exhibit

Besides the vibrant anticipation about the event itself, the displays themselves guarantee to truly live up to their significance, speaking to both Japanese history as well as automotive manufacturing history. Up until this point, it was only rumoured the two shows would hit the museum, but as of now, we have photos and some definitive…

The Minds behind the Lamborghini Miura

The Lamborghini Miura was a groundbreaking vehicle when it first rolled off the production lines in 1966. It was debatably the very first “supercar” by current definition with a mid-engine, back wheel-drive design. What’s most interesting is the way that a small collection of young specialists made the car. A video from Harry’s Garage investigates…

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