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The Fourth Annual Exotics on Las Olas

The 4TH annual Exotics on Las Olas (ELO4), the premier automotive exotic car showcase to be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Sunday, November 7th from 11am – 4pm, with the gracious support of the City of Fort Lauderdale.

Known as the largest car and family-friendly showcase event in South Florida, with over 40,000 spectators expected to attend this free event with over 250 vehicles from a highly selected and curated collection will be displayed on Las Olas Boulevard from S.E. 6th Avenue to S.E. 11th Avenue. The event provides a unique view of the rarest and most coveted automobiles in the world and talks with car enthusiasts and owners of these incredible and elegant pieces of machinery that are the ultimate luxury symbol.

“We were thrilled to bring Exotics on Las Olas back for a 4th year said Floyd Rag,” Co-Founder of Supercar Saturdays Florida which Kicks off this fun-filled Supercar weekend on Saturday, Nov. 6th with a Private rally at 9:00am, with Sunday, Nov. 7th as the main attraction–Exotics on Las Olas. “Car enthusiasts are excited for the largest turnout of vehicles on display according to early registration,” says Rag. “This year will be the largest event to date.”

Guests will preview some of the rarest, most expensive vehicles during the show including, but not limited to the following Hyper-cars: Bugatti Chiron valued at $3.6 million; Ferrari Monza SP2 valued at $2 million; Ferrari Enzo valued at $1 million; Pagani Huayra Roadsters valued at $3 million each; Koenigsegg valued at $3 million; Porsche 918 valued at more than $1 million; McLaren Sennas and P1, valued at $1.3 million each; Hennessey valued at $3 million and a Glickenhaus SCG valued at $460.000—presented by RennHaus, and Corsa7 Motorsports, The 2021 event will feature several categories of vehicles, such as race car row, classic car row, million-dollar row, Supercar row and dealer row.

Sponsors include: Warren Henry Auto Group, Lamborghini/Bugatti Broward, McLaren Palm Beach, Champion Porsche, Fort Lauderdale Collection, Excell Auto Boca Raton, DuPont Registry, The Creative Workshop, Hanna Boys, Florida Luxury Properties, Haute Living, Hagerty, Motorcar Gallery, Ikonick Collection, ModFind, VP Racing Fuel, Haute Auto, GV Auto, Mantfu, Luxury Leasing, Coastal Elevator’s, HGreg Luxury Cars, Ticket Clinic, Ecophant Auto and SavageGarage. The Wounded Warriors Relief Fund will also be the non-profit beneficiary of the event.

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Glen Smale – Porsche at Le Mans Book

PORSCHE AT LE MANS: 70 YEARS by Glen Smale

Porsche at Le MansPacked with photography, narrative, and race results, Porsche at Le Mans is the definitive illustrated history of Porsche’s 70 years of competition in the world’s greatest motor race.

Since 1951, Porsche has been represented at every single running of the 24 Hours, winning outright 19 times. The models that have taken part comprise a roll call of great sports racing cars: 550 Spyder, 718 RSK, 904, 906, 907, 908, 910, 917, 936, 935, 956, 962, and GT1—right up to the hybrid 919 that won from 2015 through 2017. To this daunting list can be added the ubiquitous 911, the privateer’s choice for the race (in 1971, a year that saw a record number of Porsches take part, 19 of the 33 Porsches in the race were 911s). And hundreds of them are depicted in historical photos.

In addition to the legendary cars, you will bear witness to the exploits of Porsche drivers, a veritable murderer’s row of motorsport greats, including Derek Bell, Herbert Muller, Helio Castroneves, Mario Andretti, Jacky Ickx, Jo Siffert, Jochen Rindt, Mark Donohue, and Vic Elford, to name just a few.

Meticulously compiled by noted Porsche historian Glen Smale, Porsche at Le Mans is the most exhaustive celebration of the subject, created with full access to the Porsche archives in Stuttgart. The resulting time is a treasure trove of history, photographs, data, and technical information, indispensable to any serious Porsche or motorsport enthusiast.

Preview Porsche at Le Mans here.

PORSCHE AT LEMANS: 70 YEARS ∙ BY GLEN SMALE ∙ SEPTEMBER 7, 2021 ∙ HARDCOVER , 320 PAGES, 750 COLOR PHOTOS ∙ $75.00 US, $99.00 CAN

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Starting A Car That Has Been Sitting For Months

Whether you’re going on vacation for a while or temporarily relocating to another location for work, you may need to leave your vehicle for an extended period of time without using it.

If you are in this situation, it’s important to know how not driving your car for a month or more will affect its performance, including its ability to safely start.

What Happens If You Don’t Start Your Car For A Month?

Cars are designed to be driven, not to sit idle for months. When left unused, engine fluids start to break down and parts that aren’t getting lubricated begin to corrode. Even worse­–animals may move in, chewing on anything they can reach. Rodents often chew through wiring harnesses or other car parts that are made out of organic materials, which can cause substantial damage.

Tires are also affected by inactivity. When a car is not being used, the air will slowly start to leak out of its tires, especially in the cold weather. The weight of the vehicle will press down onto the deflating tires, which can cause flat spots. Filling the tires with air often solves this problem, but sometimes flat spots become permanent.

Moisture can also start to accumulate in the gas tank if the car is left unused for a long period of time. Over time, this can lead to corrosion.

How long can a car be left unused? In general, the longer a car sits, the worse these problems can become. But, it’s not all bad news.

Leaving A Car Unused For 3 Months? Here’s What to Do Before Starting It

If you plan on leaving your vehicle unused, it’s important to know how to start a car that has been sitting for two weeks, two months, or even two years.

Even after a few months, most modern cars can still be safely started. That is, providing the battery still holds a charge. However, there are a few simple checks you should make first. This will help you quickly identify problems while making sure your car is safe to start.

Here’s what to do:

Check The Engine Oil

Check the oil level using your vehicle’s dipstick. If you’re not sure where the dipstick is located, refer to your owner’s manual for a diagram. The correct oil level should be between the two indicator marks on the dipstick.

Be sure the engine is cooled off for at least ten minutes before you check the oil. When you go to check the oil not only should you take notice of the level, but also you should observe the color and consistency. If this oil is thick and gritty and the color is dark, then it’s likely time for an oil change. Be aware that if your oil level is low, you should not drive your vehicle until you have topped it off to the recommended level with the recommended oil.

Check All Exterior Lights

Check that your headlights, fog lights, high-beam lights, brake lights, reverse lights, and indicators are all working before you head out on the road. The easiest way to do this is to grab a friend or family member, so one person can activate the various lights and the other can check if they’re working.

Check For Signs Of Leaks

Before you check the engine oil and coolant levels, take a look at the floor under the car to see if there are any signs that something has been leaking. As a general rule, you can typically narrow down the issue by observing the color of leak, though it’s always best to have a professional inspect and diagnose the leak before driving:

  • Black or light brown usually indicates an engine oil leak
  • Red or brown usually indicates a transmission leak
  • Clear, red or brown usually indicates a power steering leak
  • Transparent yellow or brown usually indicates a brake system leak

Driving your car while it’s leaking fluid can cause serious (and expensive) damage. It’s important to avoid driving if there are any signs of a leak. Check for any leaks underneath your car before taking your car for a drive for the first time in months.

Check The Brake Fluid

To check your vehicle’s brake fluid level, you need to identify the brake master cylinder reservoir. It is typically mounted at the rear of the engine, in line with the position of the brake pedal. Your owner’s manual should be able to show you exactly where it’s located.

You’re simply performing a visual check of the fluid level against the markings on the translucent brake fluid reservoir. Remove the cap of the reservoir and note if the fluid looks healthy or dirty. If your brake fluid is low, it could indicate a problem with your brakes that will need repair as soon as possible. Dirty brake fluid can indicate water contamination has occurred, in which the vehicle’s brake system will need to be flushed.

Inspect The Battery

The first issue you may encounter if your car is left idle for an extended period of time is car battery problems. Batteries slowly lose voltage over time when left idle. If you haven’t had your car hooked up to a trickle charger or any other type of voltage maintainer, the voltage will have likely dropped below the amount necessary to start the car. Jump starting your vehicle may solve the problem. After the jump start, let your vehicle run for 5 – 10 minutes to recharge the battery. Then, switch it off and attempt to restart it. If your car won’t restart, there could be a problem with the battery or your vehicle’s electrical system. This issue can leave you stranded if it’s not remedied.

Before you attempt to jump-start your vehicle, remove the battery cables and check that the battery terminals are clean and clear of debris and corrosion.

Ideally, the battery should have a full charge before the vehicle goes into storage. Further, the battery should be disconnected from the engine to prevent discharging. The charge should be checked every three months. The battery should be recharged if it drops under around 12.4 volts.

Check The Gas

It only takes one month for the gas in your tank to start breaking down. As the lighter components of gas evaporate and oxidate, gas loses its combustibility and becomes less effective. As it degrades, it forms a gummy residue that gets released into the fuel system– increasing the likelihood of a blockage occurring. Old fuel can cause an engine to misfire and stall.

Obviously, we don’t recommend sniffing gasoline, but gas that has started to break down will have a distinct sour smell that resembles the smell of varnish. One option is to siphon a small amount out of your fuel tank and check the color. Old gas will be darker than fresh gasoline, and you may even be able to see the gumminess that have started to form.

If your car has been sitting for three months or longer, it is recommended to drain the tank and fill it with fresh fuel. For a car that has been sitting for a month or two, it is recommended to top up the fuel tank with fresh gas and dilute the old gas before it passes through your vehicle’s fuel system.

Finally, if you find you just aren’t driving your car much and it’s likely to sit idle for 30 days or more, a fuel stabilizer should be added to the gas. This will prevent degradation for up to 12 months. It is the easiest way to avoid damage to your cars fuel system.

Inspect The Tires

A visual check of the tires should be performed to make sure they are in good condition, before attempting to drive the vehicle. Air pressure should be checked and adjusted to the manufacturer’s recommended psi. This can be found on a sticker that is usually located on the driver’s door jamb. You could also find the recommended psi for your tires in your owner’s manual.

Upon inspection, your tires may look normal. But, when you get behind the wheel to take your car for its first spin in months, instead of the familiar smooth ride you may feel a vibration through the steering wheel and hear an unfamiliar noise. This is caused by a flat spot in the tire– a problem for any car that sits idle for extended periods of time.

This occurs when a stationary tire has to bear the load of a vehicle for an extended period. As the weight of the vehicle presses down, the bottom of the tire spreads out on the ground. As time goes on, the rubber gets stiffer, leaving flat spots on the tire.

Generally speaking, as you drive the car and the tires get warm and regain flexibility, the flat spots will disappear. This usually takes around 15 minutes. In extreme winter temperatures, these flat spots can become permanent if a vehicle hasn’t moved for several months.

Tires can develop flat spots if your car sits for an extended amount of time. Check your tire pressure before starting your car again to make sure it is at the recommended psi.

Check For Rodents

When the weather cools off, rats and mice look for warmer shelter and can be disastrous for car owners as their engine bay doubles as this season’s hottest rodent hotel. After mice have made a car their new home, their sharp teeth can cause serious damage to engine hoses, plastic panels, and wiring.

Signs that your car may have a mouse problem include:

  • Droppings and an associated bad smell
  • Unfamiliar noises when you switch on the fan or heater, indicating the presence of a nest
  • Food scraps in unusual places
  • Check engine light on your dash, indicating wiring damage
  • Bite marks on hoses and wires

Getting mice out of your car can be a time-consuming job. Not only will you have to find and remove their nest, but you’ll also have to clean and disinfect the area around the nest, and more than likely repair any damage they caused. There are many methods to prevent mice from moving back in such as spraying peppermint oil or putting out moth balls. Forget the ultrasonic sound repellants though–they won’t do anything besides put a hole in your wallet.

How Often Should You Start Your Car

Leaving a car unused for three months—or even three weeks—is not ideal. If possible, start your vehicle a couple of times per month when it is not being used. It’s best to not only start the vehicle, but to also drive it for about ten miles before putting it back in storage.

Starting the vehicle without taking it out for a quick spin will warm up the engine, but nothing else. It could also drain the vehicle’s battery, which will make it harder to start next time.

On the other hand, starting the car and driving it for 10 miles will fully warm up other parts of the vehicle, including the transmission, brakes, and suspension. Driving this short distance will also give your vehicle’s battery a chance to recharge, so it’s easier to start in the future.

Consider asking a close friend or relative to help.  Maybe they can take your car out once in a while when they go out to dinner or to run chores.

How to Prepare For Not Driving Your Car For A Month

If you plan on leaving a car unused for 3 months, there are certain steps you can take to keep it in good condition during this period of inactivity. Here’s what to do:

  • Use a car cover. You should always cover a vehicle that is not being used—even if you are storing it indoors. A car cover can protect your vehicle from long-term storage hazards, such as bad weather and animals.
  • Wash it. Be sure to thoroughly wash your vehicle before putting it in storage. Leaving water stains or other debris on your vehicle for a long period of time can lead to paint damage.
  • Get an oil change. An oil change will remove the dirty oil, which contains contaminants that could damage your engine while the vehicle isn’t being used.
  • Fill your gas tank. If the gas tank is empty or even half full, moisture will start to accumulate if the vehicle is not being used. To prevent this problem, fill the gas tank prior to putting your vehicle in storage.
  • Place the vehicle on jack stands. If you plan on not driving your car for a month or more, it’s best to take the wheels off and prop the vehicle up on jack stands. This requires additional work, but it will prevent flat spots and other forms of tire damage.
  • Don’t use the parking brake. Rust can form in the braking system if the vehicle is left in storage for a long period of time. If the parking brake is applied, this rust can cause the brake pads to fuse together with the rotor. That’s why it’s best not to use the parking brake before leaving your vehicle for a month or longer.

Following these tips can help preserve the life of your vehicle while it’s not being used.

What to Do If Your Car Takes A Long Time to Start After Sitting

Found a potential problem? Is your car taking a long time to start? Or unsure about any of these steps? The next step is to get a professional to inspect your vehicle and advise you of your options. Car repairs can be expensive, but giving your vehicle a thorough check-over before hitting the road will save you money in the long run.

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Rich Caliente Auctions NFT with Custom 2021 Porsche 911 Carrera

ABSTRACT ARTIST & LUXURY AUTOMOTIVE DESIGNER RICH B. CALIENTE TO AUCTION REAL CUSTOM PAINTED 2021 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA ART CAR AS FIRST OF ITS KIND MINTED ART NFT WITH OWNERSHIP OF CAR INCLUDED AT THIS WEEK’S 2021 BITCOIN CONFERENCE IN MIAMI, FL, THE ONLY PORSCHE ART CAR OF THIS CENTURY, FOLLOWING JANIS JOPLIN’S PSYCHEDELIC PORSCHE 356 OF THE LATE 1960’s, RICH B. CALIENTE TO ALSO UNVEIL PHYSICAL JET PLANE ART NFT AT CONFERENCE

On June 4, 2021, abstract artist and world renown celebrity luxury car designer Rich B. Caliente will bring the first luxury art car on the market as a minted high-end NFT with the digital artwork of a customized 2021 Porsche 911 painted by Caliente. For the first time on the NFT market, whoever purchases the minted art NFT will acquire the digital artwork of the Porsche 911 as well as receive the physical Porsche with its ownership title inside of the NFT.

Known for designing one of a kind rolling works of art for high profile brands and collectors in music, sports, art and fortune 500 business such as Kid Robot, DJ Khaled, Dwayne Wade, Lebron James, Rick Ross and many others, this NFT art car was conceptualized by Rich B. Caliente and launched by Slash Dot, an NFT management consultancy co-founded Brad Flaherty. This will be the world’s first luxury art car to be auctioned on the NFT market that will include both the digital artwork of the car and ownership title to the physical car. Going to auction on June 4th at the 2021 Bitcoin Conference in Miami, FL, bids will be accepted using the blockchain cryptocurrency Ethereum through June 14th. This first of its kind NFT provides the metadata, storage, and legal standards that have been virtually absent from artwork and luxury items associated with non-fungible tokens until now.

Pre-sale exhibition of the NFT can be viewed at Rich’s website.

In addition to Friday’s auction launch for the Porsche art car NFT, Caliente will unveil a physical jet plane art NFT at the conference that will be coming up for auction soon as part of a series of art NFT’s that will be created by the artist.

A portion of proceeds from the sale of the art NFT will benefit the Irie Foundation, an organization founded by award winning DJ Irie that’s dedicated to empowering the lives of at-risk youth in South Florida through mentorship programs, cultural experiences, and scholarship opportunities.

ABOUT RICH B. CALIENTE

As featured in The Dupont Registry and others, Rich B. Caliente has established himself as one of the most highly sought after, pioneering luxury automotive designers in the industry and art world with a diverse clientele for his rolling works of art and one-of one-art pieces by brands such as Kid Robot where he was the first ever automotive designer to create for the popular brand as well as elite collectors in professional sports music, entertainment, art and fortune 500 business. Learn more at Rich Caliente’s website.

TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph for 360 Magazine

TAG HEUER × PORSCHE × RED BULL RACING HONDA

Fueled by a common history with innovation and motor racing at its core, led by visionary families whose values of entrepreneurship, precision and performance propelled them to the forefront of their respective industries, TAG Heuer and Porsche join forces to unveil an extensive partnership that will set a new standard for brand integration.

The Swiss luxury watchmaker, TAG Heuer, and the German sportscar manufacturer, Porsche, have announced their new partnership: an authentic alliance between two brands whose common DNA in motorsports and racing forges a holistic and long-term collaboration–ranging from competition to product development. A new watch, the TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph, is unveiled as first celebration of the iconic brands.

TAG Heuer CEO Frédéric Arnault says that now is the time is right for his brand’s partnership with Porsche“TAG Heuer and Porsche have common history and values, of course, but more importantly, we share an attitude. Like Porsche, we are disruptors at heart, always in pursuit of high performance. With this alliance, TAG Heuer and Porsche finally come together officially after decades of close encounters and will create unmatched experiences and products for customers and fans that are passionate about both our brands and what we stand for.”

“The strong friendship of our brand with TAG Heuer has existed for decades, and I am more than happy that we are now taking the next steps in the frame of a strategic partnership,” says Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche AG. “We bring together what our customers love the most about both of us: authentic heritage, thrilling sports events, unique life experiences and the fulfilment of dreams. We both strive to create some unique, magic moments for our communities. We now look forward to doing it together.”

TAG Heuer and Porsche: Two histories–one passion

TAG Heuer and Porsche have a number of things in common, from their rich histories and reputations for innovation to cutting-edge technologies, powerful and independent mindsets, and a knack for excellence in design. And for over half a century, their stories have intersected in intricate, intriguing ways.

Of course, the argument can be made that certain similarities of heritage can be traced all the way back to when both companies were founded by self-taught entrepreneurs. Edouard Heuer and Ferdinand Porsche were visionaries and pioneers whose creations changed their chosen fields forever. Heuer was responsible for the first manufactured chronograph and Porsche invented an electric wheel hub motor. Both these accomplishments earned medals at World’s Fairs held in Paris 11 years apart. Heuer was honored in 1889 and Porsche presented the first Lohner-Porsche Electromobile with this innovation at the Expo in Paris in 1900.

A Beautiful Friendship Begins . . . and Flourishes

The true cornerstones of the new partnership, however, are descendants of the brands’ founding fathers. Ferdinand Porsche’s son, Ferdinand Anton Ernst, or “Ferry”, joined his father’s engineering office in 1931 at the age of 22. He later founded the car brand that bears the family name in 1948. Within a few years, the Porsche name would be associated with race track success all around the world–including a class win in the Carrera Panamericana race of 1954. In honor of its successful participation, Porsche calls its most powerful engine ‘Carrera’.

Edouard Heuer’s great-grandson Jack led his family’s company for decades. In 1963, he created the first Heuer Carrera chronograph, designed to let drivers tell the time at a glance in the heat of action.

This ground-breaking timepiece and Porsche’s most powerful Carrera engine united Porsche and Heuer – for the first time – in the spirit of the ‘Carrera’ (or ‘race’), which embodied ambition, speed and technical excellence.

Jack Heuer was also responsible for the Heuer Monaco, the first square-faced, water-resistant automatic chronograph watch. Its name evoked the Monaco Grand Prix as well as the Principality’s renowned Monte Carlo Rally, which Porsche won in three consecutive years, from 1968 to 1970, with its signature 911 model. Just as the Porsche 911 had done for automobiles, the Heuer Monaco–with its distinctive case, the blue metallic dial, the red seconds hand and the crown positioned on the left side of the case–broke with the familiar design codes of traditional watchmaking.

The Heuer Monaco’s innovations had come at a significant financial cost. As an alternative to an expensive advertising campaign, Jack Heuer further cemented his brand’s link to Porsche with a creative sponsorship arrangement with Fribourg, Switzerland-based racing driver and Porsche dealer Jo Siffert. In 2005, at the premiere of the film Jo Siffert: Live Fast – Die Young, Jack Heuer remembered the terms of their contract: “In exchange for CHF 25,000, he would put our logo on his car and suit. In addition, he could buy our watches at wholesale prices and resell them to his racing friends at a substantial profit. Which he did with great success because half of the F1 paddock was wearing Heuer watches by the end of the 1969 season!”

It was this connection that led Steve McQueen to wear the Heuer logo on his racing suit during the filming of Le Mans in 1970, in which he drove a Porsche 917. The enigmatic American actor said at the time, “I drive the same car as Jo Siffert, and I want to wear the same suit as him.”

There was another important, and more formal, link between Porsche and Heuer–or more precisely, TAG Heuer, the name assumed by the Swiss watch brand when it was sold to the TAG Group in the mid-1980s. Together, the brands developed and produced the TAG-Turbo engine that enabled the McLaren team to win three consecutive F1 world titles: with Niki Lauda in 1984, followed by Alain Prost in 1985 and 1986.

In 1999, the relationship grew even stronger–from the Porsche Carrera Cup and Supercup competitions, followed by the Endurance World Championship, and more was yet to come. TAG Heuer, as a founding partner of the Formula E championship, helped raise the profile of thrilling single seater races in electric cars. Porsche created its own Formula E team with TAG Heuer as title and timing partner in 2019, marking a starting point for an even more powerful and far-reaching collaboration. And in 2021, that “beautiful friendship” has become a holistic, official brand partnership, celebrated by a special-edition timepiece that proclaims proudly, “It was worth the wait!”.

New Sports Partnerships for 2021 and beyond

Along with the TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph, which is introduced below in stunning  detail, 2021 will feature a rich portfolio of joint projects that reflect TAG Heuer’s and Porsche’s shared commitment to speed and precision sports.

Motorsports: continuing the legacy

The foundations of the long, strong link between TAG Heuer and Porsche are world-class motorsports, and it is fitting that in the years to come, these thrilling competitions will be at the very heart of the new partnership.

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team made history in its debut season. It set a milestone at the opener in Diriyah (SA) in November 2019, when André Lotterer crossed the finish line in second place: that was the first time a rookie team finished on a podium in its first race since the maiden season in 2014/2015. In its second year, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team will not only continue to attract new fans to a circuit that pits all-electric cars against each other, but also fight for the World Championship. Behind the wheel of Porsche’s latest all-electric racecar, the 99X Electric, will be drivers André Lotterer and his new teammate, Pascal Wehrlein.

Porsche has long distinguished itself in endurance events and together with TAG Heuer, its GT Team is well prepared for the coming FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The milestone year will also include series partnerships in ten editions of the worldwide one-make cup series, Porsche Carrera Cup.

In addition to physical competitions, TAG Heuer also engages in virtual racing by supporting the Porsche TAG Heuer Esports Supercup. With such a rich, common heritage on the track, TAG Heuer is naturally stepping in as global partner in Porsche’s ‘classic’ events and rallies as well.

One team, on the green and on the court

Beyond the broad-based partnership in motorsports and esports, TAG Heuer and Porsche also share a passion for two other popular activities, golf and tennis. Golf has been a focal point of the TAG Heuer Connected watch developments in recent years, with the TAG Heuer Golf app offering a best-in-class experience to hundreds of thousands of players. Porsche for its part is running its own golf activities like the Porsche Golf Cup, and is sponsor of the Porsche European Open golf tournament since 2015, both of which TAG Heuer will join.

Porsche’s support of tennis includes its own tournament, the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix in Stuttgart, of which TAG Heuer will be the Official Timing, Watch and Chronograph partner moving forward and which features some of the most talented women in the game. This comes of TAG Heuer’s already prominent on-court presence and via partnerships with world class tennis players. Joining forces in these sports as well was the obvious next step for both companies.

For the competitor in all of us

TAG Heuer and Porsche know that their clients and fans are not simply observers. They are everyday thrill seekers who are eager to take on new challenges and make their own marks. They believe that beautifully-designed objects should not be locked in a safe or stored in a garage but should be used, put to the test, and enjoyed. For precisely these enthusiasts, TAG Heuer and Porsche are creating unforgettable moments through the different Porsche experience formats.

Celebrating a partnership:

Carrera: an icon of a name that has been associated with TAG Heuer and Porsche for generations – so it was a natural choice for the first creative product collaboration. A tribute to the heritage of two legendary brands, both on and off the racetrack, the new chronograph offers a first glimpse at what they can achieve together.

The TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph is an exquisite example of coordination, cooperation and collaboration. Based on TAG Heuer’s Carrera Sport Chronograph design, with its distinctive tachymeter scale engraved on the bezel, it introduces a number of features inspired by Porsche’s design essence. A compelling union of two icons of performance, quality, and innovation, this chronograph is a seamless blend of the Porsche and TAG Heuer universes, reflecting the excellence of both names without diluting the essence of either.

Porsche’s engraved inscription is visible on the bezel and the unmistakable font is also used for the indexes. The Porsche colors of red, black, and grey – which also recall historic Heuer models – are incorporated throughout the watch, and on clear display through the transparent crystal case back is the oscillating mass, which has been redesigned in affectionate tribute to Porsche’s celebrated steering wheel. It is printed with “Porsche” and “TAG Heuer”. The dial’s asphalt effect, created especially for this watch, perfectly expresses a passion for the road, while Arabic numerals suggest the numbers on the dashboard of fine Porsche sportscars.

This ground-breaking timepiece is presented either on a soft strap in luxurious calf leather and innovative stitching that echoes the Porsche interior, or on an interlocking bracelet reflecting streamlined racing design. At the heart of this stunning timepiece is the in-house Calibre Heuer 02 manufacture movement with an impressive 80-hour power reserve. The chronograph mechanism’s vertical clutch and column wheel demonstrate the brands’ unflinching demand for absolute precision.

Finally, the TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph is a Special Edition watch and is delivered in bespoke packaging with colors and a style consistent with the remarkable watch inside. The black watch box features the logos of TAG Heuer and Porsche in white. Inside the box is a perfectly-sized black travel pouch with an unmistakably Porsche red interior.

The official partnership between TAG Heuer and Porsche may be on its starting line, but it has been built on a remarkable foundation: the shared heritage and the common interests of two of the world’s favorite and most dynamic luxury brands. It is a friendship reflecting the dreams and aspirations of visionary founding families. It is a true collaboration developed over decades on some of the world’s most challenging racetracks and on the wrists of drivers who were the very embodiment of Jack Heuer’s motto, “Time doesn’t stop. Why should we?”

Available from February 2021 HERE.

CASE

44 mm diameter

Steel polished, fine brushed case

Ceramic black tachymeter fixed bezel; Porsche inscription

Domed, beveled sapphire crystal with double anti-reflective treatment Steel crown at 3 o’clock with red

Steel screw-down sapphire case back with special engraving Water resistance: 100 meters

 DIAL

Grey asphalt dial 3 counters :

—           3 o’clock : black “azurage” minute chronograph counter ; rhodium plated polished hand red tip

—           6 o’clock : black “azurage” second chronograph counter ; rhodium plated polished hand

—           9 o’clock : black “azurage” hour chronograph counter ; rhodium plated polished hand red tip

Black gold plated applied indexes with white Super-LumiNova® Rhodium plated hour and minute hands with white Super-LumiNova® Rhodium plated central hand red tip

TAG Heuer applied logo 6 o’clock date

CARRERA HEUER 02 80 HOURS

 STRAP

Embossed black calf leather strap with hand stitching; calf skin black lining

Steel folding clasp with double safety push-buttons

About TAG Heuer

TAG Heuer, founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in the Jura Mountains of Switzerland, is a luxury watch brand that is part of LVMH Moët Hennessey Louis Vuitton SE (“LVMH”), the world’s leading luxury group. Based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland and with four production sites, TAG Heuer  has 1470 employees and is active in 139 countries. TAG Heuer products are available online on the watchmaker’s website for select countries and in 160 boutiques and 3,500 points of sale worldwide. The company is headed up by Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer.

For 160 years, TAG Heuer has demonstrated pure avant-garde watchmaking spirit and a commitment to innovation with revolutionary technologies that have included the oscillating pinion for mechanical stopwatches in 1887, the Mikrograph in 1916, the first automatic-winding chronograph movement – Calibre 11 – in 1969, the first luxury smartwatch in 2015, and the ground-breaking Isograph technology in 2019, made possible through a unique collaboration with the TAG Heuer Institute. Today, the brand’s core collection consists of three iconic families designed by Jack Heuer – TAG Heuer Carrera, Monaco and Autavia – and is rounded out with the contemporary Link, Aquaracer, Formula 1 and Connected lines.

Capturing TAG Heuer’s motto, “Don’t Crack Under Pressure”, are prominent partnerships and brand ambassadors that express the brand’s passion for action and high performance. These include the Formula E World Championship, of which the brand is a founding partner, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team, the Red Bull racing Formula 1 Team, the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, the Endurance World Championships, the Indianapolis 500, legends Steve McQueen and Ayrton Senna, actors Chris Hemsworth and Patrick Dempsey, ATP next-generation tennis players Alex de Minaur, Frances Tiafoe, Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger Aliassime, and surfer Kai Lenny, among others.

Red Bull Racing Honda × TAG Heuer

CHARGING ON TO 2024 WITH TAG HEUER 

After five successful seasons together, Red Bull Racing Honda and TAG Heuer are pleased to announce a partnership extension until 2024, with the legendary Swiss watch manufacturer continuing as the Team’s Official Timekeeper.

The conclusion of the new agreement comes on the eve of the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship and sees TAG Heuer branding continue across the cars and suits of race-winning Red Bull Racing Honda drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. Both headliners as well as the Team will also be sporting TAG Heuer wristwatches as they prepare to mount a title charge.

The partnership extension means the Swiss luxury brand will continue adding to its prestigious Formula One heritage that stretches back more than 50 years. TAG Heuer’s passion for motorsport not only includes its long-standing partnership with Red Bull Racing but also its ties to iconic races such as the Monaco Grand Prix.

Red Bull Racing Honda Team Principal, Christian Horner, said: “We are enormously proud to continue our longstanding and successful partnership with TAG Heuer, one of the most iconic names in the history of Grand Prix racing. Over the decades TAG Heuer has been associated with some of the true legends of our sport and we are delighted that Red Bull Racing continues to be part of that important heritage. In motorsport, timing is everything, not just in terms of the fractions of a second that separate the great from the good, but also in terms of the split-second decisions that can spell the difference between victory and defeat. TAG Heuer’s “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” spirit embodies the resilience and commitment required to get that timing right and we look forward to creating more race-winning moments with them in the coming years.”

Frédéric Arnault, CEO of TAG Heuer added: “TAG Heuer has outstanding heritage in Formula One, stretching back to the golden age of Grand Prix racing, and we are proud to continue that story with today’s extension of our relationship with Red Bull Racing Honda until the end of the 2024 season. Together with the Team, our mission is to continue to strive for ultimate precision and performance through beautifully engineered concepts that contribute to the remarkable history and wonderful mystique of motorsport.”

TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph for 360 Magazine

 TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph for 360 Magazine

Tickets on Sale for New Three-Day London Concours

The London Concours presented by Montres Breguet, returns to the Honourable Artillery Company from 8-10 June 2021, expanded with an all-new ‘Style Edition Day’ and a ‘Supercar Day’. Tickets are on sale now, starting from just £25.

Previously held over two days, the London Concours will capitalise on visitor demand for more luxury brand content – from jewellery to bespoke suits – and modern supercars. At the heart of each day will remain the collection of nearly 100 rare and iconic luxury cars of all ages that has quickly cemented London Concours as one of the UK’s top motoring events.

First established in 2017, the London Concours attracts an extremely high calibre of cars and luxury partners to the Square Mile. In 2020, cars were on display across nine classes and three major features. In 2021, the organisers will gather an even higher standard of cars in classes as diverse as The Italian Berlinettas, The Young Timers, Great Marques – Porsche and a 60th anniversary celebration of the Jaguar E-Type.

Visitors to day one of the show, the VIP Preview Day, will be treated to exclusive previews of the cars, along with live judging of the classes throughout the day and an Awards Evening with cocktails and champagne. On day two, some of the world’s most sought-after luxury brands take centre stage, with live watchmaking classes, talks with fashion and design luminaries and a host of luxury shopping boutiques. Day three welcomes a collection of the latest supercars into the venue, lining up alongside the London Concours’ existing selection of vehicles.

The London Concours is famed not just for its displays, but also for its atmosphere. For 2021, the event welcomes a host of new food and drink partners, as well as all-new hospitality experiences, including live mixology, and a Veuve Clicquot drinks evening on each day of the event.

Andrew Evans, London Concours Director, said: “As the London Concours continues to evolve, we’re always looking for ways to develop a show that’s perfectly in tune with our audience’s wants and needs. The message we’ve received loud and clear, both from partners and visitors, is that there’s demand for even more of the luxury, supercar and hospitality elements of the show, which is exactly where we’re focusing for 2021. We’ve always created the London Concours around the idea of an automotive summer garden party and next year, more than ever, London Concours will be a party to remember.”

The London Concours takes place from 8-10 June, 2021. Tickets are available here with 20% off using the code LCEARLYBIRD21

Pirelli Elect

The Porsche Taycan is the first car to use Pirelli Elect tires.

With low rolling resistance to increase autonomy, decreased road noise, immediate grip that puts the power down for a quick getaway and a special structure to support the weight of a battery-powered vehicle, Pirelli Elect tires are changing the game.

They are developed specially with leading car manufacturers to meet specific technical requirements of and be compatible with electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

The Elect marking, which was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, is the distinguishing factor. It is available as original equipment for the most modern cars.

The new P Zero Elect was developed by Pirelli’s own engineers for the Porsche Taycan, and they capitalize on the already staggering performance.

Pirelli’s perfect fit philosophy was the baseline for the tire, and the compound, construction and tread pattern suit the Taycan to a tee.

Even with the power and low-down torque of the Taycan, the Pirelli tires give the driver autonomy, grip and reduced noise, enhancing drivability and perfecting safety.

All drivers of Taycan can now feel comfortable with tires designed with fully electric cars in mind. 

Pirelli has also created Elect versions of their Winter Sottozero 3, Scorpion Winter and P Zero Winter for all of the laws mandating winter tires in many different countries. The P Zero Winter is available in 19-inch and 20-inch sizes.

Winter tires are recommended for those who put in a lot of miles in the cold or simply want the best performance in harsh conditions.

When temperatures drop below 44 degrees, summer tires are unable to perform to their maximum capabilities. Winter tires are softer, allowing them to work even when temperatures drop below zero, providing secure braking.

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PORSCHE ARISES VICTORIOUS AGAIN

PORSCHE’S FIRST LE MANS 24 HOURS VICTOR WINS AGAIN AT CONCOURS OF ELEGANCE 2020

  • Concours of Elegance has wrapped up its most memorable event to-date, featuring the greatest ever line-up of collector cars gathered in the UK
  • A Porsche 917 KH, driven by Richard Attwood and Hans Herrmann to Porsche’s first ever victory at Le Mans in 1970 was crowned as the event’s ‘Best in Show’
  • Awards were also given by decade, with the first ever production Land Rover winning the ‘40s and an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750, driven to victory in the Mille Miglia in the ‘20s
  • The Club Trophy presented by the Royal Automobile Club and supported by Classic and Sports Car was awarded to a Messerschmitt KR200
  • A number of cars made their UK debut at the event, including the Ineos Grenadier, Brabham BT62R and the one-off commission Aston Martin Victor
  • The Gooding & Company ‘Passion of a Lifetime’ auction broke world records, including the highest price ever for a Bugatti and a Lamborghini Miura
  • The Concours of Elegance will return on 3-5 September 2021


The Concours of Elegance, presented by A. Lange & Söhne, is celebrating its most memorable running yet, as the first international concours d’elegance event in over six months welcomed the most incredible line-up of collector cars ever gathered in the UK. The ‘Best in Show’ award, voted by the owners of these cars, went to the Porsche 917 KH driven to victory in the Le Mans 24 Hours race in 1970 – Porsche’s first win at the event.

The quality of the cars this year was more spectacular than ever, thanks to the commitment of the event’s Steering Committee and car curation team. Greeting visitors as they emerged from Henry VIII’s former home and into the Fountain Gardens was a special Ford vs. Ferrari display, paying homage to some of Le Mans 24 Hours’ most famous racers. Among them was a Ford GT40, a Ferrari 250 LM, 365 P2 and a stunning Ferrari 250 GTO. And that’s even before reaching the main line-up of concours vehicles.

The Best in Show-winning 1969 Porsche 917 KH, was a crowd favourite throughout the event, with its imposing design and incredible backstory. In 1970, Hans Herrmann and Richard Attwood drove this very same 917 KH (short-tail) with start number 23 and in the world-famous red-white Salzburg design to the first of (so far) 19 overall wins for Porsche at the circuit. The 917 was Porsche’s first time in the league of immensely powerful, large-capacity racing cars. Its 580bhp 4.5-litre 12-cylinder engine set new standards, and is still legendary today. In a fortuitous coincidence, the winner of the event’s all-new ‘Junior Concours, sponsored by The Little Car Company’ Best in Show prize went to a petrol-powered three-quarter scale replica of this very car, named victorious against 10 other scale children’s classics. 

Awards were also given out for different classes and eras.  Once more judged by the owners of the Main Concours cars, the winners included the very first production Land Rover – making its debut following an enormously detailed restoration – and an Alfa Romeo 6C 1750, famed for its Mille Miglia win in the 1920s. 

Outside of the main Concours of Elegance cars, nearly 1000 other models parked at Hampton Court Palace for the weekend, including a collection of Future Classics, from a Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer to a Bentley Continental GT No.1 Edition. Despite the quality on display, there could really only be one winner: the Aston Martin Victor. This one-off commission is the most powerful road-legal naturally aspirated Aston Martin has ever produced, boasting 836bhp. With styling inspired by the 1980s Vantage, the mechanicals are thoroughly modern, comprised of race-ready powertrain and chassis components and lightweight carbon fibre.

Also on display were some of the finest examples from the UK’s most prestigious car clubs, as part of the Club Trophy presented by the Royal Automobile Club and supported by Classic & Sports Car. A panel of expert judges, including HRH Prince Michael of Kent and Classic and Sports Car editor, Alastair Clements, deemed a Messerschmitt KR200 to be the best on display. Powered by a two stroke 191cc Fichtel & Sachs engine that produces a modest 9bhp, the Messerschmitt wasn’t the most powerful car in the Concours, but its charming design and excellent condition won over the judges. It will now take its place among the main concours cars for the Concours of Elegance 2021, which is already scheduled to take place from 3-5 September, as part of a special tenth running of the event. 

Our Car Club displays, sponsored by Classic & Sports Car, formed a line-up of individual marques around the perimeter of the Garden, including the Jenson Owners’ Club, Alvis Owners’ Club, XK Club, E-type Club and more. Each day the Classic & Sports Car editorial team picked their favourite, awarding a Lotus Eclat – owned by its current custodian for more than 30 years – and a Jaguar XK120 Roadster, finished in a striking bronze. This very same XK120 also caught the eye of the Jaguar Trophy judges, winning the top prize from a line-up of gathered E-types, XKs and more.

On Sunday 6th September, the Concours of Elegance welcomed in a line-up of distinguished Bentley models throughout the ages, each competing for the event’s Bentley Trophy. A judging panel, led by Giles Crickmay of Frank Dale & Stepsons, picked out a Bentley 4.25-Litre Streamlined Drophead Coupé, first owned by Bentley Boy and one-time Bentley Chairman Woolf Barnato. Presented in near-perfect condition, the body is said to be finished in the colour of Barnato’s wife’s favourite dress.  

Newly introduced for this year’s event was the Bridge of Weir Leather Design Award, picked by a committee of automotive designers gathered by the Scottish company. The stunning 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante Coupe by Gangloff, with its unique body and black over purple paintwork was recognised by the judges for its outstanding design and innovation.

Gooding & Company also hosted its first sale outside of the USA at the Concours of Elegance, with a display of the lots hosted within the Tudor Courtyard of the Palace. One of the most significant vehicle collections ever gathered for sale was crowned by a Bugatti Type 59 from 1934, previously owned by King Leopold. In a record-breaking sale, this highly original car set the highest price ever for a Bugatti at auction, achieving £9,535,000. A Type 35C sold for £3,935,000 and a Type 57S Atalante for £7,855,000, setting respective records for these models. The auction also included the highest price ever for a Vauxhall 30-98 and the highest price ever for a Miura, as the SV Speciale sold for £3,207,000.

The main vehicle features were complemented by line-ups from the world’s greatest classic car specialists and car manufacturers, many of whom were displaying cars at the event for the first time. Aston Martin showcased its latest range, as well as the debut of the one-off Victor, while Ineos paraded its all-new Grenadier with a collection of rugged off-road legends. Jaguar Classic presented its continuation D-type in a bespoke two-tone colour scheme while, at the other end of the spectrum, Lotus was display its all-electric EVIJA hypercar and Brabham showcased its racing car for the road, the BT62R.

Outside of the automotive displays, Concours of Elegance was an occasion of pure luxury, with champagne provided by Charles Heidsieck, picnics by Fortnum & Mason, live stage interviews with Chubb Insurance, hosted by Jodie Kidd and a collection of art, jewellery and fashion displays. Presenting Partner, A. Lange & Söhne, showcased some of its latest intricate timepieces, including the Lange 1 Time Zone. 
 

The full list of awards:

Best in Show – 1969 Porsche 917 KH
Pre-1915s – 1904 Fiat Type 24/32
1920s – 1929 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750
1930s – 1930 Bentley 4.5-Litre ‘Blower’ by Gurney Nutting
1940s – 1948 Land Rover Model 80 #001
1950s – 1958 BMW 507
1960s – 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB Competizione Clienti
Post-1970s –1970 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona
The Royal Automobile Club Trophy – Messerschmitt KR200
Jaguar Trophy – 1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Bentley Trophy – 1926 Bentley 4.25-Litre by Mulliner
The Junior Concours – Porsche 917
The Bridge of Weir Design Award – Bugatti Type 57 Atalante by Gangloff
Future Classics – Aston Martin Victor
Classic & Sports Car Club Display Award – Saturday: Jaguar XK120 Roadster
Classic & Sports Car Club Display Award – Sunday: Lotus Eclat
Classic & Sports Car Pre-90 Car Park Award – Saturday: Iso Grifo
Classic & Sports Car Pre-90 Car Park Award – Sunday: Mercedes 230 SL ‘Pagoda’

Green Car illustration done by Mina Tocalini of 360 MAGAZINE.

Tesla Hits $460Bn in Market Cap

Tesla Hit Over $460Bn in Market Cap, Seven Times More than Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin Combined

The coronavirus outbreak has affected many industries, but the automotive industry is among the hardest hit. After carmakers stopped production and dealerships closed showrooms amid COVID-19 lockdown, global car sales slumped worse than ever before. However, the luxury car market was generally less affected by the financial downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

According to data presented by StockApps.com, the market capitalization of the world’s most valuable car company, Tesla, hit over $460bn this week, almost seven times more than Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin combined.

Tesla Market Cap Soared 513% Since January

The 2020 has been a fantastic year for Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), despite the COVID-19 effects on the global automotive industry. The company’s stock price surged by nearly 200% in the last three months and they’re up about 500% on the year, despite a 4.9% revenue drop in the second quarter of 2020.

One of the reasons for such a premium valuation is Tesla’s ability to convince investors that it’s much more than just an automaker, and plans to make its vehicles capable of deploying into an autonomous “robotaxi” ride-sharing service prove that.

In December 2019, the market cap of the world’s most valuable car company stood at $75.7bn, revealed the YCharts data. By the end of the first quarter of 2020, this figure rose to $96.9bn, despite the COVID-19 crisis. Statistics show Tesla market cap surged by 107% in the next three months reaching $200.8bn value at the end of June. At the beginning of this week, it jumped over $460bn, which is four times the IBM market cap. Since the beginning of the year, the Tesla market cap has soared by 513%.

Ferrari Market Capitalization Rose by $7.1bn in 2020

The disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic caused a substantial hit to the Italian supercar maker Ferrari (NYSE: RACE), who was forced to close its factories for seven weeks. The Q2 2020 financial report revealed a 42% plunge in revenue year-on-year and halved shipment of vehicles due to both production and delivery suspensions.

The company also narrowed the range of its full-year profit guidance with the estimated revenue of more than €3.4bn, compared to previous guidance of €3.4bn to €3.6bn, and the adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization of between €1.07bn and €1.12bn.

Nevertheless, the Italian luxury carmaker has performed better than most other car manufacturers and remains confident of a bounce-back in the second half of 2020 thanks to its strong order book.

In December 2019, the market capitalization of the Italian luxury carmaker touched nearly $41.2bn. After the Black Monday crash in March, this figure dropped to $38.7bn. However, the second quarter of 2020 witnessed an increasing trend, with the Ferrari market cap rising to $42.3bn in June. Statistics show the company’s market capitalization stood at $48.3bn at the beginning of this week, a 17% increase since January.

Porsche and Aston Martin Market Cap Plunged in 2020

While Tesla and Ferrari’s stocks performed well amid the coronavirus crisis, other leading luxury sports car manufacturers witnessed a plunge in their market capitalization since the beginning of the year.

Statistics show the combined value of shares of Porsche dropped by 19% in the last eight months, with the figure falling from $23.1bn in January to $18.7bn this week.

The financial results for the first half of the year revealed the German automaker’s sales decreased by 7.3% year-on-year to €12.42bn. The company recorded an operating profit of €1.2bn, while deliveries in the first six months of 2020 dropped by 12.4% globally to under 117,000 vehicles.

Statistics show Aston Martin (LON: AML) more than quadrupled its operating loss for the first six months of 2020 after a sharp fall in sales and revenue amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The British sports car manufacturer sold just 1,770 vehicles in the first half of the year, while total retail sales stumbled to £1.77bn, a 41% plunge year-on-year.

Moreover, the company’s market capitalization halved in 2020, with the combined value of stocks falling from $1.6bn in January to $760.2 million in August.

Porsche Spyder illustrated by Mina Tocalini for 360 MAGAZINE.

Bonhams Motorcar Auction

Bonhams 23rd annual Quail Lodge Auction is giving classic car collectors a virtual – but live – experience streamed directly from Bonhams’ Los Angeles saleroom on Friday, August 14. This platinum-grade auction will have all the components of a traditional auction with a live auctioneer taking bids from around the world, on the phone, online and by commission bid. The added advantage is that Bonhams’ international clientele can follow all the action as it unfolds from anywhere around the world.     

There will be a superb, curated selection of exceptional collectors’ motorcars, all of which will feature in a print and online auction catalog. ‘Virtual viewings’, in which clients from around the globe can schedule a video call with one of our specialists to examine a specific car in detail from front to back, will be offered in addition to the opportunity to see the motorcars in person by appointment at preview venues around the United States.       

1959 PORSCHE 718 RSK SPYDER

  • 1959 Bahamas Speed Week multiple First Place Winner
  • Ex-Bernie Vihl, raced by Bob Holbert
  • In the present ownership since 1974

1957 ALFA ROMEO GIULIETTA SPRINT VELOCE

  • One of 18 Sprint Veloce Zagatos produced  
  • Coachwork by Zagato
  • Mille Miglia eligible

1920 VAUXHALL D-TYPE TOURING

  • Coachwork by Jackson, Jones & Collins 
  • Eligible for many tours and rallies

Consign to the Quail Motorcar Auction,  Live from Los Angeles by 10 July 2020.   

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