The highlights from the show included a Vignale Gamine and a clean BMW 318 (e21).
The quadrifoglio verde traces its roots back to a highly superstitious Alfa Romeo driver.
A rusty piece of metal barely sticking out from behind a garage, sometimes that’s all it takes. A quick glance at the rear-view mirror, turn signal, brakes and turn around: there’s definitely something old and abandoned hiding back there.
Ran When Parked recently visited Toyota’s History Garage museum in Odaiba, an entertainment-focused area of Tokyo, Japan. The museum is part of the Palette Town complex that is also home to a huge Toyota showroom, an even bigger maze-like shopping center called Venus Port, a Ferris wheel, a casino and so forth.
Although PSA Peugeot-Citroën is headquartered in Paris, Peugeot chose to open its museum in its hometown of Sochaux, France. Located a stone’s throw away from the automaker’s very first factory, the museum is home to well over 100 vehicles that are swapped around on a regular basis.
The Automobile Club de l’Ouest (AOC) quietly displayed twenty-one influential Le Mans racers built over the last nine decades on the sidelines of the Geneva Motor Show. Located on the bottom floor of the Palexpo Convention Center, the display aims to showcase how the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the cars that compete in …
Alfa Romeo is showcasing a 1923 RL at the Geneva Motor Show. The RL is the first car to wear the iconic four-leaf clover that has been associated with the Milan-based automaker for over nine decades.