That's a great shot of what is known as (Bob) Tucker's 6c2500, his son still owns the car to this day. A lot of rumors circulate around the Alfa circles whether this is the only Riva 6C 2500 or one of two rather similar Riva cars. I thinks there are two c
Wow! That's a scene! The story is this E-type FHC used to belong to Ivor Arbiter, an instrument maker and businessman as well as avid race driver. His biggest achievement may however be the drop-T in Beatles logo. allegedly paid 5 Sterling for the design
Great writing. I knew they existed but not the full story!
As I recall one of these Favre's 250GTO recreations was involved in an insurance fraud by Lord Charles Brocket, who came up with the idea of insuring a copy as a genuine article and seeing that it got lost in a shady venture with some other Italian exotic
Excellent story, what't the going rate for these today? Million or two?
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It seemed our dear lord had developed quite an appetite for drugs and prostitutes. To finance the habit he committed the fraud. As brilliant as the plan was his then wife was not too happy about lord's little friends and in her fury she let't the police
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The big Healey received a quick paint. Black over silver. Not fully satisfied but I will not repaint the car.
Years back, when I was contemplating on building a BMW E9 3.0CSL race car I had this idea of paint scheme replicating Calder’s work. In hindsight, that could have turned out slightly tacky. Some things you just should'n copy, it's original or bust.