Hans, True but it does look more balanced this way, doesn't it?
Mercedes-Benz W123 The Ultimate Cla...
I've always said w123 is the best car in the world. Some of you might not take my word for it, well you don't have to the others seem to agree too, such as Carfection guys! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l4au52aY_I
That's how it was back then. People harping about matching numbers and the rest of that BS have absolutely no idea of the reality when it comes to historical racing cars. It was all about mix and match to make it to the next race.
Absolutely nothing. Ling Long Green-Max offers absolutely best bang for buck out there at the moment. Mind you, the GoodYears the car was sporting previously were also made in China..not that anyone had an issue with that -people are so blinded by the bra
Peter's Ferrari gang at the time consisted of Tommy Rettig of Lassie fame( in the background), Stephen Mitchell etc... Stephen used to have a 250GTO which nowadays belongs to Ralph Lauren's collectionof static pieces -nuff said?
Here's a little something I managed to pick up in a barn the other day. A genuine 1500GT Cortina taken off the road in 1979 due to light front end collision. The other car's a Lotus Cortina 'replica' -replica being a strong word as it' more of a look-a-like.
Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works launched E‑type Reborn Programme to see Series 1 E‑types restored to nothing short of their original specification. Now, I absolutely love their effort and the car is simply stunning!! However, I cannot help wondering if they should have hired someone who...
....who knows the car by heart in addition to gutting cars for reverse engineering purposes. Eye-balling Octane June 2017a few minutes I could already spot a few things that aren't necessarily true to the original
Now that you mentioned I think you're right. they got it wrong in very minuscule details. Next one will surely be 100% correct in every detail.
it#s a massive operation, something's bound to get wrong in the beginning. Compare that to something Mercedes is offering, I thinks it's a bargain!
The shark nose's been dormant longer that it should. So it was finally time to open the Aladdin's cave and let the sun shine in on the dusty blue paint. The engine was as happy as ever to wake up after hibernation but the brakes not so...
I've been getting involved more than I should on a friend's XJ6, This time it's the IRS rear fulcrum bearings that had developed too much play to pass the MOT. 30mm socket makes it child's play to drive in the outer races.