This gallery contains 68 photos.
One of the guidelines in the original Preppy Handbook (1980) reads, “Never replace anything until you have exhausted all possibility of repair, restoration, or rehabilitation. No matter what it is, they don’t make it as well as they used to.” … Continue reading
This gallery contains 60 photos.
(…Continued from prior article series on 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s wire wheel covers) I’ve always been a fan of simulated wire wheel covers. While being an automotive accessory extremely subject to personal tastes, one cannot deny wire wheel covers are … Continue reading
This gallery contains 31 photos.
In light of the fact many are bemoaning the merger* completion between Volkswagen and Porsche AG earlier this year, we feel it’s important to remember that a number of successful Porsche models over the years would not have existed without … Continue reading
This gallery contains 108 photos.
With a design run spanning model years from 1972 to 1989, fans around the globe feel the the third generation Mercedes-Benz SL is a model that most embodies the image of the company and the elements that led to its … Continue reading
This gallery contains 80 photos.
The “126 body” S-class (or “126”) sold from 1980-1991 is considered one of the most influential designs in Mercedes-Benz’s history. It’s hard to argue 126’s exude power, sophistication and continue to inspire imitation today. Among the sleekest designs on the … Continue reading
This gallery contains 49 photos.
“In convertibles it’s important to remember you’re under a magnifying glass, because everyone notices what you’re doing. It’s no place to pick your nose. You want to look bored almost – give it some ennui” was the advice K.J. Barrett … Continue reading
This gallery contains 8 photos.
“I knew a black S-class was my dream car the moment I saw one in ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ in 1984. Watching bad-guy Victor Mateland pull out of the gates of his mansion in a black 500SEL, it was love at … Continue reading