By Pedro F. About 6 or 7 years ago when AV was still just a personal blog and without a lot of the cares we have today, just for fun I ended up publishing a couple of articles called “The List”. For those, I came up with a series of 40 cars that were on … More “The List” Revisited
After an extended and unexpected summer break, Automotive Views is back in business and we start the Fall with coverage of the Cascais Classic Motorshow, a fairly small but well attended event set on the coastal town of Cascais in Portugal. The Cascais Motorshow includes both a Concours d’Elegance, with a very interesting selection of … More Automotive Views at the 2017 Cascais Classic Motorshow & Concours d’Elegance
Covering the Automobília Ibérica has become a yearly tradition for Automotive Views. The event set in the small town of Moita, Portugal takes over two pavilions which end up packed with all sorts of parts for classic cars and bikes, literature, vintage toys, aftermarket bits and pieces…if it’s automotive related, it’s in there somewhere. However, … More Automobília Ibérica 2017 – The Parking Lots
After a long and unexpected break, Automotive Views is back! For the first time, we had the opportunity to enjoy the Cascais Classic Motorshow, an event set on the coastal town of Cascais, Portugal. With a very interesting set of classics on the lawn at the local racecourse (concours) and open parking spaces for private … More Automotive Views at the Cascais Classic Motorshow
So we all know buying an old luxury car on a modest budget is a bad idea…and I don’t mean bad like “oh it’s a bit of a challenge and it costs a few more bucks than expected” bad; I mean the “was I nuts??? What the hell have I done!?” kind of bad. But … More Old Luxury on a Budget: an Innevitable Disaster?
Station wagons…until now they’ve had a – let’s say – not so glamorous reputation in the States; in fact I can hear some of my Americans friends yawning right now! Seen by a lot of people as nothing but family buses, attributes like sportiness are not something people in the US are particularly accustomed to associate them … More Hop on the Bandwagon