These guys seem to be quite new on the scene or maybe I’m just starting to hear about them. They deal in classic vehicles “from classic American and collectible European to modern luxury and the ultra-exotic”
For Australians and the British It’s always been a big problem when converting your mustang to right hand drive trying to find someone who can do a good job and not ruin your beautiful car. It’s been incredibly hard trying to find a Mustang in it’s original right hand drive, as not many were sold in Australia back in the 60’s. And for those who didn’t know no Mustangs came out of the
It’s always good to see Eleanor get more public recognition but it’s not often major media publishers pick up the story which is just what has happened in the UK with The Times running a story last week all about our beloved Eleanor.
I was only speaking with Jason from Classic-Recreations a few weeks back when he told me he had a few cars headed for Australia, but apart from that I have not seen any of them until now. I stumbled upon what seems to be a video of Classic-Recreations workers test driving the RHD car for their client
It’s not too often you come across a review of a car that is 45 years old so when I found this great video I had to share it with you all. Fitness Professional and car enthusiast, Rob Riches, gets behind the wheel of a nice blue 1967 GT Fastback and takes us on a cruise around sunny California.
The Barrett-Jackson 7th annual Palm Beach Collector Car Auction is upon us again. Taking place at the Americraft Expo center at the South Florida Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach the auction again has no shortage of quality Mustangs to take a look at.
The interest in the post I made about Richard’s 1967 Shelby Super Snake Eleanor has been astounding. It seems his car is loved by a lot of people, and it’s no wonder so many people have commented by asking if it is for sale. Well I though I would post an update to let you all know that it is FOR SALE! for a cool $250,000 big ones.