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Mitsubishi - 100 Years Ago
In 1917, the Mitsubishi Model A was the first car ever to be adorned with the three-diamond emblem when launched in Japan marking the beginning of a global automotive company that has now spanned a century of technological innovation. With the Model A.
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FEMALE WARRIOR TURNS 60
Volvo’s timeless beauty, the Amazon, was introduced to the world for the first time 60 years ago. Named after the female warriors in Greek mythology, it is still one of the most iconic models in Volvo’s history.
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Vintage Nova 2.0L
Demonstrating the evolution of high-performance and the latest in crate-engine technology, Chevrolet’s turbocharged 1967 Nova 2.0 is a contemporary hot rod with timeless style.
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50 years since victory in Safari Rally - Video
It is 50 years this April since Joginder Singh and his brother Jaswant crossed the finish line of the Safari Rally in first place in their Volvo PV 544. The white Volvo's victory in the world's toughest rally became news all over the world.
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A New Dawn For Super-Luxury Motoring
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars today announced the name of its forthcoming new car. The new model, an exciting and sensuous drophead, will be known as Rolls-Royce Dawn.
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Mark 2 by Callum Unveiled
A unique Jaguar Mark 2 redesigned by Ian Callum, Director of Design at Jaguar Cars, and reengineered by leading restorers Classic Motor Cars Limited (CMC) has been unveiled at the opening of the company’s new headquarters in Bridgnorth, Shropshire.
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Volvo PV444 – the
The Volvo PV444 was the start and the symbol for the new Volvo after the Second World War, and marked the start of its export drive to the USA. 1 September will mark the 70th anniversary of its première in royal presence.
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New Lightweight E-Type Revealed - Video
Jaguar has revealed the prototype of its ‘new’ Lightweight E-type – a further six of which will be built and sold. Jaguar announced in May 2014 that it would recreate six new Lightweights, each built by Jaguar Heritage, part of Jaguar Land Rover’s new Special Operations division.
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60 Years of Volkswagen Transporter
This year marks a significant milestone in the history of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles: sixty years ago, the first ever right-hand drive Transporter arrived in the UK.
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Porsche at Le Mans - 1951 to 1971
The names of Auguste Veuillet and Edmond Mouche may not feature prominently in Porsche history at Le Mans, but they hold a special significance. In 1951 Porsche received the great honour of an invitation to participate in the Le Mans 24 hours.
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90 years ago - Mercedes Triumphs
A mountainous course along narrow roads with over 7,000 bends before the gates of Palermo in Sicily, Italy: welcome to the Targa Florio. This was a highly popular and demanding road race especially in the first half of the last century.
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Sunbeam 350HP Roars Back To Life
Earlier today, Wednesday 29th January, Sir Malcolm Campbell’s record breaking 350hp Sunbeam was fired up, the first time it has been heard in public in over 50 years. Following a complete mechanical rebuild by the National Motor Museum’s workshop team.........
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Bluebird reunited with original nose panel
The famous Bluebird CN7 has been reunited with its original damaged nose panel, thanks to a donation from Stadco to the Campbell family. The original front nose panel from Donald Campbell’s famous World Land Speed Record Breaker, the Bluebird CN7..........
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60 Years of Seat
Today is a very special day for SEAT: exactly 60 years ago to the day, the company’s first car rolled off the production line at its Zona Franca factory in Barcelona. That car was the SEAT 1400, an elegant and luxurious saloon designed in the spirit of the........
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World's first Stretched E-Type unveiled
The world’s first stretched E-Type has been unveiled and will go on show in London later this week at a major automotive awards ceremony. Built in 1968, the left hand drive Jaguar E-Type series 1 4.2 roadster has been stretched by four and........
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Rare 1911 Vulcan Find
The occasional house clear-out is lamentable but unavoidable for most self-respecting classic car buffs, but it takes on a new perspective in the case of an avid collector, who resisted the pressure to do so for 28 years, after his house became his garage.
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125 years ago
On 29 September 1888, piano manufacturer William Steinway established the Daimler Motor Company on Long Island, New York. Thus began the history of Daimler in North America, 125 years ago – just two years after the birth of the automobile.
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The unibody pioneer at Mercedes-Benz
The première of the Model 180 (W 120) in 1953, today lovingly referred to as the “Pontoon Mercedes” (or the “Roundie”), was a technical and aesthetic milestone in the history of the passenger cars from Mercedes-Benz.
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The Kombi Last Edition
Volkswagen do Brasil has announced the Kombi Last Edition, a special commemorative series of one of the most successful Volkswagen models in Brazil and the longest produced model in automotive history.
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Rolls-Royce welcomes The Silver Dawn
The Home of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars today welcomes one of the oldest Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts in the world. The Silver Dawn has just returned from Europe, having successfully completed 1,800 miles on the 2013 Centenary Alpine Trial, the oldest Silver Ghost to do so.
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Corvette Turns 60
Chevrolet recently marked its 60th anniversary of the Corvette, an iconic American sports car. The first Corvette went into production in Flint, Mich. on June 30, 1953. Since then, Corvette has become an American icon that continues to offer the best in today’s technology and performance.
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Alfa Romeo ‘Quadrifoglio’ Celebrates 90 Years
This year marks the 90th anniversary of the ‘Quadrifoglio Verde’ – green four leaf clover – the legendary symbol that has identified Alfa Romeo’s racing heritage, as well as some of its sportiest production models. The origin of this symbol has been lost in legend, but it is interesting to..........
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Porsche 911 - 50 Years
For five decades, the 911 has been the heart of the Porsche brand. Few other automobiles in the world can look back on such a long tradition and such continuity as the Porsche 911. It has been inspiring car enthusiasts the world over since its debut as the model 901............
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75 Years of Toyota
The formation of the Toyota Motor Company in 1937 established a business that has grown to become one of the world’s most successful and respected global manufacturers. In 75 years it has pioneered new vehicles, developed new technologies and defined highly........
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The ‘Dernburg-Wagen’
This year marks the 105th anniversary of the very first commercially available four wheel drive vehicle – created in 1907 by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG). The ‘Dernburg-Wagen’ featured not only four-wheel drive but was also........
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The same car, but 85 years later
On 14 April 1927, the first mass-produced Volvo car rolled off the production line at the Lundby factory in Göteborg. Now, 85 years later, the Volvo Group is one of the world's largest manufacturers of commercial vehicles and ..........
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A new design for the 1937 season
A deafening roar erupts from the supercharged engine of the new Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow, as it makes its debut on 9 May 1937 on the Mellaha Lake track at the Tripoli Grand Prix.
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Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Coupé and Cabriolet
The premiere that was celebrated for two luxurious premium-class cars from 15 to 25 March 1962 at the 32nd Geneva Motor Show was a brilliant one: Mercedes-Benz presented the 300 SE Coupé and the 300 SE Cabriolet of the W 112 series.
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Atlanta Motors to be revived after 75 years
Staffordshire based motoring enthusiast Martyn Corfield has embarked upon his most ambitious project yet; the revival of arguably ‘the most innovative and stylish pre-war British car manufacturer - Atalanta Motors’.
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Ford’s 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster
It has grace, style and a 77-year history shrouded in mystery that has intrigued automotive collectors, enthusiasts and writers worldwide. Edsel Ford’s restored 1934 Model 40 Special Speedster was unveiled today by...........
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The BMW 328 turns 75
Few cars can claim to hold as much fascination in the eyes of the public 75 years after their premiere as the BMW 328. Built between 1936 and 1940, the BMW 328 laid down a milestone in automotive...........
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Skoda's famous Winged Arrow
Exactly 85 years ago today, the first Škoda to wear the famous winged arrow logo rolled off the assembly line in Mladá Boleslav and was delivered to the president of Czechoslovakia, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.
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How DKW changed the automotive world
The first Audi advertising with the ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ slogan appeared 40 years ago, in 1971. Even then this technical leadership claim was well and truly justified.
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