• Driving the Elva Mk7

    For many, the definitive 1960’s sports racing car was the Lotus 23 and 23B. The elegant lines represented everything that was desirable at the time of booming clubman and sports car racing on road circuits and with more than 100 built, it was a popular seller for Colin Chapman. However, there is a less well

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  • Three Recreations That Won’t Quite Break The Bank

    The desire for iconic historic race car ownership has never been stronger. With the ‘continuation’ and ‘recreation’ industry booming, the most desirable, car manufacturer produced models are now commanding six figure prices. While these machines are true works of art and carry the cache of manufacturer endorsement, they are out of the reach of the

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  • Porsche Cayman GT4 Road Trip

    We know several Porsche Cayman GT4 owners. Without exception,, they are of the traditional Porsche owning breed. While they have an eye for investment and they care for their cars, they are first and foremost drivers, not polishers. Their GT4’s will be for driving, not posing. We talk to driver coach Mike Marot about his

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