Over fifty-five years after it debuted in the 1964 film Goldfinger, the Aston Martin DB5 is back, though if you didn’t already buy it, you’re out of luck. Only 25 of these Continuation Edition were made, at a retail price of $3.4M each. There was an application process to even be eligible to buy one, […]
This guest article is written by our Gents Place car expert Brett Hatfield. You can find more of his writing here. Arguably the coolest of all male role models is James Bond. Bond is the creation of Ian Fleming, a British Naval Intelligence Division officer and journalist turned novelist. Fleming relied on his naval background […]
This article (and its accompanying photo) is courtesy of our resident gents car guru, Brett Hatfield. Find more of his car-obsessed writing check out his blog The Driven. The 996 Known internally as the 996, the Porsche 911s from 1999 to 2004 currently represent a staggering performance bargain. Modern enough to encapsulate all the standard […]
This is a guest post from Brett Hatfield. It’s a shortened version of a longer article, featuring more models, which you can find on his car-obsessed website. Every gearhead wants to drive something unique. We yearn for the thrill of g-sled acceleration, the feel of cornering as though on rails, and styling that makes you the […]
This is a second in a series of guest pieces by car junkie Brett Hatfield. You can find the previous one here, and plenty more on his website. The Circuit de la Sarthe, better known as the Circuit des 24 Heures du Mans is the home of the arguably the most famous automotive race in […]
This is a guest post from Brett Hatfield. It’s a shortened version of a much-longer article you can find on his car-obsessed website. There is a little-known car that could have changed almost every facet of the post-war auto world, had it ever been allowed to exist: the 1959 Corvette Scaglietti. The story starts with […]
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