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Bruno Sacco - the genius behind the Mercedes SL

Bruno Sacco - the genius behind the Mercedes SL

A Mercedes SL is a very special car. Especially the 300 SL with its iconic gullwing doors is one of the most sought-after classic cars ever. The success story of this model series boils down to one name: Bruno Sacco. He shaped the appearance of the SL models, but also shaped the entire company for over four decades. When he retired in 1999, a design era ended for the German carmaker. [...]
Citroen BX 4 TC - An almost forgotten rally car

Citroen BX 4 TC - An almost forgotten rally car

With the Citroen BX 4 TC, the carmaker from the French Rueil-Malmaison wanted to stir up the 1986 World Rally Championship in Group B of Grand Tourismo vehicles. However, the four-wheel drive Frenchman was never able to catch up with the top dogs of its class. In the same year, Citroen decided to discontinue the project, which is why this classic car has almost fallen into oblivion today. [...]
The 19th "Klassikertreffen" at the Opelvillen

The 19th "Klassikertreffen" at the Opelvillen

In 2001, 40 classic car fans gathered for the first time in front of the Opelvillen in Rüsselsheim - almost 20 years later, the event set a new record with 3,400 vehicles and 30,000 visitors. Also this year the crowd will be huge. Find out more about the upcoming classic car event below! [...]
The Hudson Hornet - Step Down Design with cult status

The Hudson Hornet - Step Down Design with cult status

In 1951, the American car manufacturer Hudson presented its new top model: the Hornet. It was not only the innovative technology that made it so special, but also its success in US motorsports. Nowadays, the Hudson Hornet is a very desirable classic car. The American actor and enthusiastic racing driver Steve McQueen also owned one of these cars, which became a film star in 2006. [...]
Retromotion at the 31st Techno-Classica in Essen

Retromotion at the 31st Techno-Classica in Essen

From 10/04 to 14/04 Essen hosts the biggest classic car fair in the world - the Techno-Classica. This year was the first time, the Retromotion team was there as an exhibitor. Find out more about our stand below and discover the most beautiful classic cars we were able to snap a photo of. [...]
The “Silberfisch”: The End of the T2 Era

The “Silberfisch”: The End of the T2 Era

In 1967 Volkswagen launched the second generation of its "Bulli" minibus, replacing the T1. The last T2 left the VW factory in Hanover on October 31st, 1979, after more than 2.5 million units had been built and its successor, the T3 was ready. As a farewell celebration for the the T2 2.0 L, VW created a special model painted in silver metallic. This model is a very desirable classic car today, and was named "Silberfisch" by its owners. [...]
The story of the "Czech Golf" - 60 years Skoda Octavia and Felicia

The story of the "Czech Golf" - 60 years Skoda Octavia and Felicia

When Czech car manufacturer Skoda presented its new Felicia and Octavia models in the compact class 60 years ago, the automotive trade press in the West didn’t expect a bright future from the Eastern European company. But the success story of the bohemian best-selling compact cars lasts to this day. In fact, Skoda is the only globally successful car brand from the former Eastern Bloc and contradicts all critics. Today, the two models Felicia and Octavia are very desirable classic cars. [...]
Was the Opel Calibra ahead of its time?

Was the Opel Calibra ahead of its time?

In the history of Opel, the people from Rüsselsheim introduced new sports coupés several times and surprised the car world every time. It all started in 1968 with the Opel GT, which today is rightly called a style icon. In 1970, Opel added the legendary Manta, which was based on an Opel Ascona and competed with its competitor Ford Capri. In autumn 1989, about a year after the end of production of the Manta, the Opel Calibra was finally introduced as a sports coupé based on the Opel Vectra. [...]
New Datsun 280Z Restomod - hot or not?

New Datsun 280Z Restomod - hot or not?

Restomods are a topic that will always encounter very different opinions. Some consider them a mutilation of the automotive heritage, others an aesthetic and technical upgrade. The Bulgarian company Vilner Garage recently restored a Datsun 280Z. Read on to find out what it looks like! [...]
The perfect spring care for your classic car

The perfect spring care for your classic car

The first warm rays of sunlight pass through the clouds, perhaps the spring is already coming from the first early bloomers - most classic car owners can't wait to get their treasures out of the garages by now. If you have wintered your car professionally, you shouldn't experience any unpleasant surprises, but you still have to pay attention to a few things before your car is ready to go out again. [...]

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