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  • miniature book on classic cars
    May 11, 2022

    SuperFinds Diorama

    By Michael Kliebenstein From the earliest stages of my SuperFinds book project I had it in mind to create a model display that related specifically to the book. There was no doubt about which car to feature; it could only...

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  • Group C Porsche display
    April 26, 2022

    Group C Porsche Party

    By Serge Vanbockryck For as long as I could remember I’d heard nothing but the best possible comments about the motorsport events that the Duke of Richmond and his team organised each year in Goodwood. Whether it was the Members'...

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  • March 21, 2022

    Hill's most thrilling Silverstone win

    When it comes to Graham Hill and BRM’s title-winning year, it’s the excellent victories at Zandvoort, Nürburgring, Monza and East London that get all the plaudits, and rightly so, given that these all counted towards the 1962 Championship. But there’s...

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  • March 11, 2022

    Moss vanquishes the Ferraris

    The Mediterranean shimmered brightly on race day although by mid-morning clouds had built up from behind the Alpes Maritimes, as they had done on the previous two days. Eventually, the sun dispersed the clouds and the afternoon turned out to...

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  • February 24, 2022

    Classified Treasure

    While searching through his collection of old German magazines, our great friend Michael Kliebenstein came across this lovely advertisement placed circa 1971 by then sole Lamborghini importer and German race driver Hubert Hahne to promote the new Miura.  Our German’s...

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  • February 24, 2022

    A Chronometric Wonderland

    By Michael Kliebenstein Fine instruments are the windows to the soul of classic and vintage cars. Seeing a huge, beautiful Jaeger tachometer with an original matt cream dial face for the first time is almost spiritual. Just thinking about the...

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  • February 3, 2022

    Disc Jockeying at Le Mans

    There can be no doubt that Jaguar’s use of disc brakes at Le Mans in 1953 provided the cars from Coventry with a tangible performance advantage. The winning 3.4-litre C-type finished a full five laps ahead of the 5.5-litre Cunningham...

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  • February 3, 2022

    Michael's Superfinds - Classic Cabin Fever

    While driving my 1962 Jaguar E-type Roadster on a dreary winter morning, I realised that my passion for classic sports cars and their interiors started very early on in life.  Above: An early morning drive in a 1962 E-type is...

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  • December 16, 2021

    Driving the DeLorean

    by Wayne Batty It is said that John Zachary DeLorean wanted people’s eyes to light up when they walked through a DMC showroom.  It’s been 40 years since car buyers first had that opportunity, and 36 since the DeLorean’s starring...

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  • December 2, 2021

    An extract from Drivers on Drivers

    Derek Bell Interviewed by Philip Porter You did a lot of filming with Steve McQueen for the film Le Mans. How good a driver was he? ‘He was, I think, a lot better than we all thought. At that time,...

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  • December 2, 2021

    SuperFinds: Erich’s Engines, and a Morgan

    My friend Erich is the most ardent engine fanatic I know. Regardless of whether they’re steam-driven or petrol-powered, he absolutely loves their inherent mechanical beauty. His only proviso is they must be more than 100 years old to qualify for...

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