1952 Porsches are as beautiful as they get. Those early day Porsches with those round forms and elegant bare minimum designs are as appealing now as they were 60 years ago. Even more-so if it’s a black paint with red interior.
If you’re in the market to get an early 356, and when I say in the market, I really mean have a phat wallet, you’re in luck! Thiesen Automobile has one for sale. No idea what the price is, but I can imagine I can buy a pretty house with that money. Or two. Or three. Continue reading “1952 Porsche 356 1300 Pre A Coupe”
Not sure if it’s because I drove an E30 to get my driver’s exam, but I’ve always had a soft spot for BMW 3-series of the late 80’s and early 90s. Sadly I’ve only driven the 316i but the ultimate dream E30 for has always been the 325i Touring.
I don’t know why, but that stationwagon version always appealed to me most (though the M3 comes e x t r e m e l y close). The only missing from that whole E30 series was a V8 powered version. Because let’s be honest, what car does not get better with a V8? Continue reading “BMW E30 340i Touring”
Finding a Mercedes-Benz W126 AMG SEC in mint condition for sale on the ol’ interwebs is quite rare so this is why I made sure to make copies of the images. AMG only made a very limited series featuring Mercedes-Benz’s 80s S-Class. For you viewing pleasure: Continue reading “Mercedes-Benz W126 AMG SEC [Gallery]”