Monday Money: The Maserati 4200 GT

These days, if you were to walk into a showroom looking for a new car, £15,000 is only enough to buy you a small supermini. However, thanks to depreciation you don’t have to spend all that dough on some dingy little tin can, instead you could buy something bigger, with more leather, and Italian. Something…

Italian Ecstasy at Le Mans

No need to introduce the stunning and brilliantly engineered 1965 Le Mans winner, but we will give you a bit of history anyway.   3.3L V12 with 320hp, 5-speed transmission, independent suspensions, coil springs and 4 disc brakes… This could be the description of a modern fast car if it wasn’t for the small displacement relative…

Some Handmade Pieces of Motoring History

“Motivated by the work of designer Malcolm Sayer, creator of the Jaguar E-type, The Mechanists have translated an iconic shape from a most iconic car into a line of sterling silver bracelets.” Visit the shop HERE “Handmade in the United Kingdom, each bracelet is available with either a choice of sterling silver chain or a…