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Last of the Breed – Mazda RX-7 FD Spirit R Type A Review

Confession time. Up until recently, I never really “got” the obsession some have with a Mazda-built Rotary engine. Sure, the promise of big turbo power from an engine a fraction of the size of something with conventional cylinders has always piqued my interest, but its never really been my favourite sort of internal combustion. This […]

The BMW M3 E92 is Still Terrific in Every Way

The old saying “they don’t make em like they used to” could perfectly sum up the BMW M3 E92. BMW had their work cut out to follow up the immensely popular E46, so the E92 had to be something pretty special, and it was. Produced from 2007 to 2013, the E92 signaled the arrival of […]

Return of the King – 1968 Lotus Cortina MK2 Review

Every time one thinks of the Lotus Cortina, images of the legendary Jim Clark three wheeling around Brands Hatch on his way to win yet another British Touring Car Championship race spring to mind. The combination of Ford money and Lotus engineering talent came together not once, but twice in the history of the Ford’s […]

Cover star classic – 1949 Talbot Lago T26 Record Factory Berline

1949 Talbot Lago T26 Record Factory Berline

As with most shows or events, there’s virtually always a show stopper that drops jaws and races hearts – and for the next Webb’s Classic Car Auction the 1949 Talbot Lago T26 Record Factory Berline is just that! Automobiles Talbot was once part of a conglomerate of both French and English companies that included Sunbeam, […]

Classic adVantage – 1998 Aston Martin Vantage V600

1998 Aston Martin Vantage V600

As if the Aston Martin Vantage wasn’t powerful and prestigious enough, there’s a V600 model that takes things to another level – and it can be YOURS! Built by Aston’s Works Service in Newport Pagnell, the V600 dynamic driving package was a comprehensive upgrade that could be installed on any Vantage V8. It was also […]

Charming British rogue – Jensen Interceptor

1974 Jensen Interceptor

With its sporty design, long nose, glass hatch and beasty engine, the Jensen Interceptor was a dream car for schoolboys that wanted something just that little bit different, oh and British. Well there’s one coming up for sale soon that could turn that dream into reality. The Jensen Interceptor was first launched in 1966 to […]

Why you should invest in a 1965 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

Mercedes-Benz 230 SL

According to Webb’s Auction house in NZ, ‘Merc’s of this era are always very popular with our clients and the current market is looking very favorable’ – but really, just look at it. Classic Mercedes-Benz lines, desirable and distinctive “pagoda” hardtop roof and just oozing with class. It was more than capable on the track […]

1969 Surtees TS5 up for auction

Not only was actor James Garner (among other things) famous for being the TV sleuth Jim Rockford, Garner also actively participated in auto racing both on-road and off-road and helped create racing cars. He drove the pace car at the Indianapolis 500 on three occasions, owned the American International Racing team, from 1967 through 1969 AND also had a […]

Little Black Dress: 2021 Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce Carbon Review

The Alfa Giulia is still one of the sexiest saloons on the market today. It is quintessentially Italian and despite having been with us for five years now, its flowing lines and mouth-watering curves make for a modern-day design master piece. While everyone has been salivating over the 503hp Giulia Quadrofoglio, and rightly so, one […]

Time to grab a Classic Car – Webb’s Auction

Webbs Auction

What is arguably New Zealand’s largest auction of Collectors’ Cars, Motorcycles & Automobilia goes under the hammer this Sunday 13 December 2020 at 2.30pm. Webb’s Auction House is honoured to present a fantastic offering of 83 lots which expectsto fetch over $3,500,000 under the hammer, this will be a record sale for the Auckland based […]