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Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Collection

The Silver Ghost – The Original ‘Best Car in the World’ By TMA Howe For over 100 years, Rolls-Royce has been renowned for producing the best luxury cars in the world. In 1907, the British manufacturer painted its new 40/50hp model silver and set off on a 15,000 mile trip to prove the car’s reliability. The car had a plaque screwed to it announcing the name, ‘The Silver Ghost’. Although Rolls-Royce is today unable to use the Silver Ghost name (ironically, it’s owned by Bentley!), they have now created a limited edition of the Ghost. Just 35 bespoke Ghosts, the Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost...

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Aston Martin DBS Superleggera – Return of the Greats

   Aston Martin DBS Superleggera – Return of the Greats By TMA Howe The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera takes us back to some truly iconic Astons of years gone by. The original DBS appeared in 1967 as a replacement for the DB6, which was beginning to look somewhat dated. The name Superleggera (meaning ‘super light’) pays homage to Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera, the Italian coachbuilder renowned for the car’s super light construction techniques. With the DBS Superleggera, Aston Martin has a super GT to take on the world’s best luxury cars. The Vanquish S that the DBS Superleggera...

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Porsche Taycan – Choosing Between The 4S, Turbo & Turbo S!

 Porsche Taycan Turbo at Romans International –  In this video, Tom Jaconelli gives you expert advice about the differences between the three Porsche Taycan models, the 4S, the Turbo and the top of the range Turbo S! The Porsche Taycan Turbo, which translates to ‘Spirited Young Horse’ in Turkish, is Porsche’s first fully electric vehicle after the highly praised Mission E concept. The Porsche Taycan Turbo offers a sleek, elegant and futuristic design in appearance, in keeping with other Porsche model features and harnesses technologies from the Le Mans-winning 919 race car...

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Land Rover Sketch

‘Go-anywhere, Do-anything’ Land Rover Sketched on Snow By Toby Howe Not long after the end of the Second World War, Maurice Wilks – an engineer with Rover in the UK – had an idea to develop a “go-anywhere, do-anything” utility vehicle. To explain his idea to his brother, he sketched out a simple outline in the sand near his farm in Anglesey, Wales. The Land Rover Series 1 that came from that sketch was launched in 1948. Now, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the marque, Simon Beck, Snow Artist, has reproduced that iconic Land Rover sketch high in the French Alps...

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