The 10th International Arosa ClassicCar hill climb took place between Langwies and Arosa in Switzerland, transforming Arosa into the ‘Monaco of the Mountains’ once again.
Posted on 2 October 2014
Mantova-Rimini-Siena-Mantova september 2014
Posted on 30 September 2014
The Salon Prive Concours d’Elégance is a world-class event showcasing some of the most important, valuable and rare classic cars and bikes from around the globe.
Posted on 20 September 2014
Now in its third year, the Concours of Elegance is established as a world-class international concours to match the very best. In just two years, 120 of the world’s rarest collector cars have been enticed and assembled on rarely accessed Royal lawns - Windsor Castle in 2012 to mark the Queen’s Jubilee and St. James’s in 2013. Hampton Court Palace in 2014 easily continued this tradition of the absolute best in venues.
Posted on 19 September 2014
Every year in August, around 200 of the most world’s most prized collector cars and motorcycles roll onto the fairway of the famed eighteenth hole at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, located between Carmel and Monterey in California. Featuring one of the most competitive events in the automotive world, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance judges these exceptional cars and motorbikes for their historical accuracy, technical merit and their style. It attracts people from all over the world who either compete in, or simply come to enjoy, this event of elegance and style.
Posted on 19 September 2014
Thornley Kelham had a fantastic day out at the Wilton Classic Supercar event held in the stunningly beautiful grounds of Wilton House near Salisbury in Wiltshire. As the only classic car restoration company invited to show cars at this event, we transported eight classic and vintage cars to showcase some of our latest restoration projects as well as the breadth of our range of projects.
Posted on 11 August 2014
A wonderful 1938 Alta Supercharged Sports 2-Seater has just arrived at our workshops, with a fascinating history of both its maker, Geoffrey Taylor's Alta Car & Engineering Company of Surbiton, Surrey and the car itself, chassis number 66S. 13 Alta cars made between 1931 and 1935 whilst later pre-war Alta cars were even more select, with only six believed to have been made from 1935-39. With supercharger, these Alta engines were rated at 180bhp, giving a top speed approaching 120mph. This made the Alta one of the fastest pre-war sports cars and certainly one of the fastest in the 2-litre class.
Posted on 5 August 2014
SUMMER MARATHON, LIVIGNO ITALY 12-15 JUNE, 2014
Posted on 19 June 2014
The Bob Porter Trophy is awarded by the Amilcar and Salmson Register to the register member responsible for the ‘most meritorious rebuild of an Amilcar’. On May 22nd, some 54 Amilcarists and Salmsonists from as far afield as Hong Kong, Berlin and France gathered for their annual spring event in Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds, to celebrate the presentation of this prestigious trophy. R.H. Porter (known as Bob Porter) was an Amilcar importer at one time and raced one of the owner's winning cars (chassis 11014) 84 years ago!
Posted on 2 June 2014
In 2004 Cirencester Car Club promoted its first Touring Assembly and Economy Run. The event was very well received by participants who enjoyed a scenic tour through beautiful countryside in the picturesque Cotswolds. Since then, the Corinium Run has grown rapidly to become one of the most popular annual events in the Scenic Tours calendar.
Posted on 8 May 2014