One thing is granted, Pugs of this era do not rust.
Henry Ruggieri Collection by Intere...
It seems world is going crazy over Henry Ruggieri Collection auctioned by Interencheres. Here's a collection of photos taken at the actual place sent to me by a friend working for Interencheres. here's a Continental mk2 becoming natural again
This is part of a French hoarder Henry Ruggieri's highly eclectic collection he used to build up for decades. The collection holds 81 classics and they all were scattered around five different locations, some in a barn some left to rot out on a field. Gue
800.000-1000.000 will buy a nice P400 off-market.
Flat Floor E-type Coupe 1961
Here's my second pick from Henry Ruggieri's collection soon to go under hammer in France. It is a 1961 flat floor E-type coupe Serial number 885070 with matching numbers R 2019-8 engine.
Outlaw, a word used these days to describe so lightly it can mean anything from a boy-racer-ized classic to a poor restoration that just couldn't stretch to obtain proper original parts. Lancia Aurelia B20GT Outlaw by Thornley Kelham is something else though. It is the best outlaw I ever saw!
357pcs FVs & FVS, 842pcs FV&HK, 182pcs Facel II, in total 2,900 cars
Thanks, Facel II is even more rare than I imagined.
300SL Testen über die Berge
Mercedes factory with its head of engineering Rudolf Uhlenhaut heads for the mountains of Bavaria to test put their W198 300SL Roadster (prototype at this point) and Gullwing (production) motorcars under most extreme test. They must have used Gullwing as a benchmark for the Roadster.
In 1956, Mercedes about to launch its new 300SL Roadster, wanted David Douglas Duncan to take photos and write a story of the new secret "SLS" for either Collier's or Life Magazine. Duncan agreed, and concequently received a brand new 300SL Gullwing as a
Hi there, I thought some of you might be interested in my little humble E-type project. It’s a series 1 FHC with 4.2 engine and syncro box, of which the latter should make it almost driveable in today's traffic. Here, the beast is featured in its natural habitat, California that is, back in the 80’s
An Icon..I mean THE Icon! Saw one at MoMA btw.
Enzo say this beutifullest car in the world! he is right!
Quite a task you've got in your hands, 1500-2000 hrs on labour?
Possibly, not counting hours -for the sake of personal sanity
I have always prefered the refined FHC over OTS
Mercedes w111 Flachkühler #1
Personally, I find Mercedes W111 Coupe just about the finest auto mobile to roll out the Sindelfingen gates since the war. I've had a couple of them over the years and regretted selling each one of them (kidding!) So when the opportunity came knocking on my door I was sold and so was Flachkühler