Accentuating The Elegant Lines Of A ‘Hardly Green’ Aston Martin Rapide

The Aston Martin Rapide is arguably one of the most beautiful high-performance sports cars ever built. Smooth sleek lines and flowing curves, the Rapide’s undeniable presence is backed up by a 5.9L V12 engine. This monster produces 470bhp, 443 lbf·ft (601 N·m) of torque and delivers a top speed of just over 188mph, squeezing you […]

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Fiat Abarth 595 ‘Competizione’ – A Little Hatch With A Big Character!

The Fiat Abarth 595 Competizione is a little hatch with loads of character – and a good deal of performance to back it up! The quirky, retro styling has received a bit of a facelift in 2016 but the personality of this enchanting little car remains unchanged. Producing 184 lb ft of torque at 3000rpm […]

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Mercedes-AMG GT S – Handcrafted by AMG, Protected by Kamikaze Collection ENREI

The Mercedes-AMG GT S is a 2 door, 2 seat coupe, first officially unveiled at the October Paris Motor Show in 2014. Loosely based on the SLS, the AMG GT S enjoys some significant differences including being shorter, narrower and, without the gullwing doors, lighter too. A large proportion of the AMG GT S body […]

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Paintwork Restoration On A Low Mileage Volkswagen Golf R?

The Mk7 Volkswagen Golf R is the fastest production hatchback VW has built so far. The two-litre engine offers a seat crushing 296bhp propelling you from 0-62 mph in around 5 seconds, with a maximum torque of 380M while ‘sport’ mode delivers just the right amount of angry rumbling to complete the picture. Keeping the […]

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Audi A6 TDi Quattro S-Line Looks Better Than New With 3D Protection!

Collecting a new car is one of those simple pleasures in life. Brand new, untouched and untainted by anyone else, you can smell the excitement and anticipation emanating from every vent, spoke and grille, along with the unmistakable ‘new car’ smell. Keeping that ‘brand new’ sensation is the goal of the new-car owner, which is why […]

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A Classic Mercedes-Benz 190 SL – The Hottest Ride In Town!

Marketed as a two-door super luxury roadster, 60 years after its release the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is now regarded as a luxury classic. The monocoque shell with its flowing curves remains a thing of beauty, even more desirable now, in an age where angular lines and futuristic designs dominate. This 190 SL manufactured in 1960 […]

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X FQ-300 – The Evolution Of Protection

The Mitsubishi Evolution brought boy (or girl) racers out of boyhood and into man (or woman) hood. Chances are, if you had a Peugeot 205 GTi or a souped up Nova in your misspent youth, you probably own, have owned or at the very least, wanted to own an Evo when you ‘grew up’. The […]

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Ex-Works Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1 – Prepared In Honour Of Jean Todt

The Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1 is instantly one of the most recognisable cars, particularly for Blue Oval fans or followers of rallying. This particular 1968 Ex-Works Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1, with the registration BEV 782G, has particular pedigree. Prepared at the Ford Performance Centre at Boreham Airfield for entry in the 1969 Monte […]

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Jensen Interceptor Mk 1 Made Ready For Chantilly Arts & Elegance Show

The Jensen Interceptor is a sporting GT-class car, hand-built in West Bromwich, West Midlands over a decade between 1966 and 1976. Featuring a body styling designed by Italian coachbuilders, Carrozzeria Touring, and a Chrysler V8 engine, it had elegant and luxurious touches such as electric windows, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, reclining front seats, twin speakers […]

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Preserving The Appearance & Resale Value Of A Porsche Boxster Spyder

It’s an unfortunate fact that over time, new cars lose their ‘new’ look. General wear and tear, liquid spills in the interior, swirl marks on the paintwork, fading trim, pitted alloy rims, all build up to render a tired and dull looking appearance. It’s disappointing for the owner but more than that, this damage affects […]

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