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Three umbrellas

‘Million Dollar Listing’s’ Justin Fichelson lists £12.6 million Carmel estate used by Ferrari and Pagani during the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance   Used by both...

Taking Aston to another level

Aston Martin to be sold in New York could fetch in excess of £10 million and become the highest priced British car ever to...

Love at first sight

Stunning 1938 Bugatti that once formed part of the collection of the heir to Macy’s to be auctioned with a guide of £1.4 to...

Adolfo Orsi, Jr.

“One of the biggest important players on the classic car scene”, Adolfo Orsi, Jr. is always clad in a blazer and generally sports a...

Anything but Australian

One-off Maserati Boomerang heads to auction for just under £3 million   UPDATE: 6th September 2015: Sold for £2,419,000 ($3,668,0000 or €3,289,500)   Concept cars are rarely sold...

Mastering a Mulsanne

Bentley launch limited edition Le Mans Mulsanne at Pebble Beach   This week as the world’s motoring enthusiasts gather on California’s Monterey Peninsula for the Pebble...

Charles Morgan

He’s a member of the family who created and still own the legendary Morgan Motor Company. He’s also worked in television news as a...
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Distraction Dom

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A Box Office Balls-up

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea council’s decision to approve replacement for Kensington Odeon with a 63% smaller cinema is deservedly condemned as a “box office balls-up.”