Photo Gallery from the July 15, 2018, Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance at the Crystal Springs Golf Course, in Burlingame, California.
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In 1954, Southern California designer Bill Miller, designed a low slung, custom sports car for himself using Packard V12 running gear as its foundation. With the final coachwork constructed by Bohman & Son, of Pasadena, California, the Miller Packard V12 surely ranks as one of the first—and arguably prettiest—American V12 sports cars of the post-war era. Click here to read the full story of Miller and his Packard V12.
Long ago when racecars used tires with tread, I owned a couple Lotus cars. While stationed in Germany, I bought a 1968 Lotus Europa and picked it up at the factory. After returning from Vietnam, I bought a 1956 Lotus 11 LM that I raced in the early ’70s. Then I got into Alfas. But the Lotus lust never left me. While planning my car adventures for 2017, I made a list of cars I’d like to cover for this magazine. The list included the Lotus Elan +2, which I consider to be one of the prettiest Lotus cars ever.…
Photo Gallery from the June 30, Dino 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Maranello, Italy. Click here to read the news story.
Photo Gallery from the June 21–24 running of the “La Leggenda di Bassano—Trofeo Giannino Marzotto” run in the Italian Dolomites.
Of the marques that came together to form Auto Union, DKW had the least expensive line of cars. They did however, manage to make their car look modern through some aesthetic streamlining. Photo compliments of Audi AG/Audiusanews.com.
Photo Gallery from the June 9–10 The Elegance at Hershey Concours d’Elegance. Subscribers click here for more photos from The Elegance at Hershey.
Shooting-brake: A conveyance used to carry shooting parties with their large supply of firearms, cartridges, provisions, dogs and game. It could also be used to carry the “beaters” to and from the shoot. In France, station wagons were known as a break de chasse,the literal translation being “hunting break.”Later they also became known as estate...
Photo Gallery from the June 7–8, 2018, London City Concours held in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company. Subscribers, click here for more photos from the London City Concours.