The GT that could have been a Supercar!

Another grand tourer in the modern classic era. Our readers might start thinking we have a clear bias towards fancy British or Italian GT cars, and I think we might do… However, how can we not discuss these modern classics that are now “almost” affordable and still have tons of charisma? We just can’t! Today…

Monday Money – What’s not to like about an Aston?

Even though its chassis and platform was derived from the Jaguar XJS, the Aston Martin DB7 nonetheless remains a proper Aston. Being a grand tourer, engine and ride smoothness were a priority, and the use of the Jaguar based straight-6 engine (AJ6 previously used in the XJS) was a no brainer. The 3.2L supercharged L6…

Will that be 6, or 12 of you?

Born in 1975 and based on the XJ platform, the XJS is still a very desirable car today and has seen its popularity and prices climb up in the past 5 to 7 years. The design is the work of the Jaguar team but was initially started by Malcolm Sayer to whom we owe the…

A step in the Ferrari boys club

I personally think the Ferrari 456 is one of the greatest grand tourers currently available under £50K. Some might argue that it is ugly (too much of a Peugeot 406 coupe look-alike), heavy and have maintenance costs that you would need to get a loan for… However, with prices currently at the bottom of the…