This time Ed Fallon discusses with Alan Taylor of the esteemed restoration outfit Alan Taylor Company in Escondido, CA the fabulous 1949 Delahaye 135 M, by Alphonse Guilloré, a small coachbuilder from Paris. His designs were more subtle than those of Jacques Saoutchik but looser than those of Henri Chapron, thus creating a great balance. […]

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Bringing car culture to a younger generation is more about exposure than anything else. Today’s youth are fortunate enough to see all sorts of cars over the internet, but when it comes to experiencing the sights and sounds of vintage and collector cars, too many kids today lack the vital real-life experience that has brought […]

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Produced from September 1965 to January 1971, the DB6 had the longest production run up to that date of any Aston Martin model. The DB6 succeeded the Aston Martin DB5 and featured improved aerodynamics and specification over its predecessor. The DB6 has a resemblance to its predecessor, the DB5; with the most noticeable differences being […]

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Tom Papadopoulos at Autosport Design gives us some background on the Aston Martin DB5, which was designed by the Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. Released in 1963, it was an evolution of the final series of DB4. The DB series was named honouring Sir David Brown (the owner of Aston Martin from 1947 to 1972). […]

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The DB4 is a grand tourer sold by Aston Martin from 1958 until 1963. Technically it was a development of the DB Mark III it replaced but with a completely new body. The DB4’s design formed the basis for later Aston Martin classics, such as the DB4 GT Zagato. It was eventually replaced by the […]

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