One industry insider, who did not want to be named, said, “At least the Great Train Robbers wore masks, these guys have done it in plain sight”. We take a look at what some are labelling the “Great Classic Car Robbery”. In doing so, we try to understand how an auction house went bust owing collectors, enthusiasts and many private individuals nearly £6,000,000!
As we all adapt to the new normal, we report on Silverstone auction’s latest virtual sale and about an astounding car with some equally remarkable bidding.
The auctioneer, Coys of Kensington has collapsed into Administration. We take a look under the bonnet.
It looks like the latter for the British car maker Bristol, as its struggle against an earlier winding up order in the High Court fails.
Just when we thought we’d seen every possible modification possible to the marvellous Mini, up pops another. To be honest, we are quite excited about this one.
Legendary, iconic, magnificent are superlatives often attached to classic cars. Often incorrectly. We take a look at one car coming to market which these terms were invented for.
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