Yesterday people looked at cars saying ‘what a lovely car’, today they often say ‘that is a really polluting car, isn’t it?’. Hagerty’s thoughts on the future of our passion is interesting and scaring as well. We should respect people which do not share our passion as they will decide on the future of it.
The spider comparison test is fascinating also because these cars are far out of the reach of most of us.
4C Classic & Contemporary Car Conference Blog. Fritz Reust is checking the most interesting car websites on articles about classic and contemporary cars, for you, every week. We also publish more on classic & contemporary cars on our main website 4c-conference.com.
What green regulations could mean for classics | Hagerty Insider
A very interesting article on the “climate relevant future” of classic cars in the US. The thoughts reflected could be reflected in our regions as well. Interesting the quote: “Instead of being stopped in a parking lot and told ‘what a lovely car,’ now it’s a question. They say ‘that is a really polluting car, isn’t it?’”
Speedster shootout: Ferrari Monza vs Aston Martin Speedster vs Elva
The ultimate spider test: Ferrari Monza vs. Aston Martin Speedster vs. Elva McLaren.
The V16 Cizeta: The First True Supercar?
Was the Cizeta the first true supercar in 1993?
Is the Nissan Z the next 911? | Hagerty Insider
Nissan Z (1978-1989 models) are really booming in the States with value increases of over 70%.
Inside the FCA Heritage Hub – Close up on Fiat, Chrysler, and Alfa history
More than 250 Fiats, Lancias and Abarths are exposed in the FCA Heritage Hub in Turin.
DATA & ANALYSIS
Hagi reports a mixed picture for the May sales. Transactions in most cases were hard work.
The 20 best car ads of all time | Hagerty Media
Sometime ago car ads where a pleasure to read.
The people driving up prices of “youngtimer” cars aren’t all that young | Hagerty Insider
Newcoming collectors buy cars they admired when they were young and could not afford them.
What collector cars have the most volatile values? | Hagerty Insider
Hagerty makes some interesting remarks about car price volatility.
Transaxle from James Dean’s Porsche 550 Spyder sells for $387,000 | Hagerty Media
We reported about the rear-axle of James Deans Porsche. The price went up to U$ 387’000.