A picture or two can say a lot.
Here we have a micro brougham, the luxuriously tiny Twingo, heir to the R5 Baccara.
Those are wood inserts on the dashboard. You can argue that such a treatment goes against the spirit of the Twingo in which case you can always buy a base model. Continue reading “Little Black Number: 2000 Renault Twingo Initiale”
For a change, here is one not taken on my street.
And across the road there stood a V6 automatic Kappa. The setting is highly appropriate, I think. Continue reading “A Photo for Sunday: 2002 Lancia Thesis”
In a recently unearthed transcription, Simon A. Kearne matches wits with engineering legend, Sir Basil Milford-Vestible.
It has been long assumed that Sir Basil Milford-Vestible never gave interviews, but a moth-eaten copy of The Journal of Automotive Progress – Spring 1959 number recently came to light in Simon’s attic. In a World exclusive, the mercurial engineering genius gossips about rivals, takes issue with aero and heaps vitriol on the double chevron.