Most visited car museums in the world

Our connection to the car began more than a century ago when the first “windowless carriage” entered our hearts. Well-known automotive museums showcase both the classics and the evolution of engineering and design. They also remind us of the car’s impact on the world culture and economy and why we have fallen in love with Read More …

A brief history of Ferrari cars

Enzo Ferrari founded the Ferrari Scuderia in 1929 mainly for the production of racing cars because he had no interest in producing passenger cars. Since then, Ferrari has been associated with some of the most sought after sports cars in the world, and this continues to this day. Purchased by the Fiat Group in 1969, Read More …

European retro cars

Europe loves classic cars! Perhaps that’s why the number of cars older than 25 is relatively high in Europe.   Many of these retro cars on European roads are of German origin, for example  Mercedes-Benz. The Volkswagen  classics are also quite popular, as are the  Beetle, Volkswagen  vans, and of course, the Karmann  Ghia. Apart Read More …

Retro cars from the 1930s

The “Silver arrow” masterpiece of Pierce-Arrow The ranking of the most impressive cars from the 1930s may have to start with the “Silver Arrow” of the American company Pierce-Arrow. Of the 5 cars sold at the time, there are three left today, and one of them was bought for $ 3,740,000 in 2015.   The Read More …

How to make an armored car?

The armored cars – more and more topical Recently, the rise of terrorist attacks, organized crime as well as of the new weapons and ammunition, make the armored vehicles more and more topical. The manufacturers are upgrading their existing models, developing new methods, and expanding the production range, because for many people the armored car is Read More …