The Supervillain Special: Jaguar’s XK120

Photo by Alex Penfold @alexpenfold for the Lorenz Collection @lorenzcollection

There’s something intrinsically sinister about a Jaguar. Whether this impression is born from Jaguar’s association with the infamous Kray Twins, whose ride of choice was a Jaguar MK X, or the mark’s long-standing role as the transport for Bond villains such as Le Chiffre and Mr Hinx; these cars perfectly evoke the svelte ferocity of…

Monday Money – The 70’s Brit style

  Nowadays Triumph cars are pretty appealing to my eyes. They had a bad reputation for a few years due to rust and unreliability issues, but a well sought after or restored model is a thrill to drive and to look at. The TR6 came out in 1968 and went into production until 1976 selling…

Monday Money – For the long bonnet lovers

What’s not to like about a 2 seater convertible? I guess not much, especially when it offers a great look (subjective…), a whole range of engine choices and real comfort for long distance cruises. The Mercedes SL series have been applying that model rather successfully for decades, and today we will review the 2 classic…

A mini Ferrari Spider? Sort of…

If you are in the market for a classic 2+2 convertible with a timeless Pininfarina design, and a punchy little engine then look no further, the Fiat 124 Sport Spider is the perfect match for you. It debuted in 1966 and was based on the Fiat 124 Coupe and Sedan shortened platform as well as…