With the highly anticipated advent of the 2020 Toyota Supra, we thought it would be fitting to dedicate this weeks Monday Money to the car that can justify a $500,000 price tag: The 1993 A80 Supra.
*Note from the editor: The A80 Supra is better known as the Mark IV Supra but Toyota did . . .[ Read More ]
As the new millennium was approaching, Renault had managed to keep track of their marbles for almost 13 years. The bonkers, mid-engined, homologation special known as the Turbo 2 had ended production in 1986 and les boffins at Renault began misplacing their marbles and were itching to produce a spiritual successor, which would emerge . . .[ Read More ]
Mileage: 7000 miles since restoration
Exterior Colour: Colorado Red
Interior Colour: Black
Documentation/Service: Full Service History Available
Transmission:4-Speed Manual with overdrive on 3/4th
Engine: 2900 cc straight-six featuring a fast cam and big SU’s
Introduced in 1956 as a replacement to . . .[ Read More ]
Last time on Bloody Heroes, Juan-Manuel Fangio was briefly discussed as a mentor to Sir Stirling Moss’, but he was more than just that. He was nicknamed by many as El Maestro (“The Master”) and seen as a father figure to Moss. We will be looking at how he earned that title and . . .
Some initiative, avant-garde, communication, these are the main features of a French company founded in 1919 by a real entrepreneur, visionary for his time: André Citroën. Each of its cars was a formidable technological leap for the entire automotive industry. With the DS (followed by ID), the firm gave carte blanche to its . . .[ Read More ]