Magnificent Marriage: Rare Rolls-Royce Chassis and Fine Parisian Coachwork
By Rich Taylor
May 30, 2016 - While most of the 1678 Rolls-Royce Phantom II chassis built between 1929 and 1936 were bodied by coachbuilders in England or America, a special few high-performance Continental versions were clothed by Kellner et Cie at their fashionable factory right on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. Kellner dates back to 1861, when Georges Kellner first began making carriages. He switched to automobiles in 1903. His son Georges Jr. took over in 1910.
Barnstorming the Back Country
by Dan Clarke
May 29, 2016 - We meet Mark Curtsinger in front of a restaurant on Dolores Street in Carmel. He will be driving us to our Land Rover Experience, where he will also be our instructor.
Sophisticated Porsche Power … Generation after Generation
by Roger C. Johnson
May 28, 2016 - Porsche’s classic style and intriguing mechanicals helped create one of the most enduring and alluring automotive design executions of all time. The flowing, unpretentious lines of the body’s shape and the inspired engineering underneath are so pleasing to the eye – and all other senses – that the brand has established itself as one of the most admired performance cars in the world. Here before you, and covering a span of 40 years, are three great reasons why Ferdinand Porsche would ultimately be recognized as the car engineer of the 20th century.