We’re celebrating Bastille Day with an assortment of French cars we’ve photographed over the past few months.
Held annually, the Rallye National du Laragnais takes place on closed public roads that are narrow, fast-paced and very windy.
Participants from all over the region showed up at the starting grid with an eclectic selection of cars ranging from home-made racers to purpose-built open-top single-seaters.
Step inside for a full gallery of pictures from the 2015 edition of the Historic Monte-Carlo Rally.
These four French cars were stolen and dumped in a disaffected quarry decades ago.
It’s officially winter time in the northern hemisphere. Ski stations are gearing up for their busiest seasons, holiday preparations are in full swing and annoyed commuters are getting ready to fire up the snow blower. What vintage car would you most like to take on a trip to the mountains? What one would you trust …
The 309 holds an interesting spot in Peugeot’s history: It started life as the Talbot Arizona and it was designed as a heir to the Horizon.
A white piece of metal caught our eye in the woods while we were driving across the lower Alps last winter. We immediately turned around, parked and made our way across the forest as best we could. A couple of minutes later we found ourselves face-to-face with a Talbot VF1 hidden behind literally hundreds of …
Car-based vans have been incredibly popular in Europe and abroad since the end of World War II. Generally cheaper to buy, register and insure than larger commercial vehicles, these city-friendly vans and pickup trucks have been widely used as delivery vehicles, work mules and passenger haulers over the past couple of decades. Almost every automaker …
How would you caption the following 1980s Talbot Tagora press shot?