« When the flag fell, she didn’t just want to beat the girls, she was out to beat the men as well”, Stirling Moss, Pat Moss's brother.
Take the wheel of one of the greatest success stories of British design. Like a wildcat ready to spring, its hips arched, sleek and powerful, the Austin Healey is a master-piece of balance and elegance designed by designer Gerry Coker...
« We’d take the convertible and with the top down, we’d go sailing along the highway. We both liked to feel the wind in our faces... », Amy Greene, friend of Marilyn Monroe.
The photographer, Milton Greene, offered Marilyn Monroe the Ford Thunderbird Continental Kit as a Christmas present. Thanks to the vision and ambition of Henry Ford II...
« A Jaguar isn’t a copy of anything », Sir Lyons
Discover the elegance and the English chic of the 1950s and 60s by getting behind the wheel of our 1961 MK2. Find the cosy warmth of an English parlour, sat in a Connolly leather armchair surrounded by intricate wooden marquetry. The Jaguar MK2, the most luxurious sporty sedan of the 1960s, had no match in its time...More photos and full info
"A break with tradition "
Driven by Elvis Presley in “Blue Hawaii”, and the choice of Petula Clark, the MG A was born out of the prototypes from the 1955 24 hours of Le Mans and manufactured in the purest tradition of the English roadsters...
« In a Morgan, we don’t move, we voyage. We don’t drive, we steer », Pierre Henri Mahul, the French importer.
The American fashion designer, Ralph Lauren started his career in a cream 1961 Morgan 4/4. Impressed by its elegance, he still owns one today as part of his collection. This model, a unique classic, full of charm, incarnates the “savoir faire” of English craftsmanship...More photos and full info
« I looked around but couldn’t find the car of my dreams ….so I decided to build it myself. », Ferry Porsche
The unusual destiny of the Porsche 356 is also the story of a long metamorphosis. From its plebeian origins, the first Porsche was to grow into an archetypal sports car. From its craftsmen beginnings, it became a universal commercial success story as well as a sporting triumph. The secret of this success being its strong personality...
« Porsche. There is no substitute », Tom Cruise - Risky Business.
The story of the Porsche family is a story of passion: that of Ferdinand Porsche, a brilliant engineer who invented the first electric vehicle for the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900, and of his only son, Ferry Porsche who, as well as being a talented engineer, also took great pleasure in testing the cars until his father stopped him, stating “ I have enough drivers, but only one son”...More photos and full info
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