Checker Centurion Richard Heseltine uncovers another remarkable creation from the annals of American car design, this time a very upscale Checker that hit the car show circuit in the late Sixties: Behold the Checker Centurion!
Oldsmobile Mini-Toro - This Toronado may look as though it escaped from the crusher in the nick of time, but in actual fact it was made to look this way for a very practical purpose at its home in the Lansing plant parking lot…
Bullitt 50 Years On. Bullitt at 50 Julian Balme remembers the greatest movie car chase, half a century on Half a century after its release, Julian Balme revisits this Steve McQueen classic to assess its lasting impact. Photography Rex Features/Ford.
The iconic 1968 Ford Mustang GT driven by Steve McQueen in Warner Bros Pictures’ classic film Bullitt – and lost to history until the beginning of this year – will make its first appearance outside of the US at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed from July 12-15.
Bullitt back on the streets. Special-edition Mustang recreates the original’s moves.
On 11 August 1968, 138 years of British Railway history came to an end with the running of the final steam-hauled passenger service. Called the 15 Guinea Special on account of its high cost (around £260 in today’s money), the train ran from Liverpool to Carlisle and was pulled by a succession of four locomotives.
Sponsorship appears in Grand Prix racing
It’s now 51 years since Vic Elford’s 1968 Monte Carlo Rally victory in a 911, a seminal moment in the history of Porsche. Drive-My’s Tony McGuiness continues our series of sit-down interviews with the legendary Porsche Driver, nicknamed ‘Quick Vic’.