Check out the alternative timeline movie and TV posters
In some classic movies and TV shows, the cars became as big, if not bigger, icons than the human stars. Now we can’t imagine those films without the famous cars – well actually Bristol Street Motors can. It’s dug out the vehicles that might originally have featured, and created posters revealing the would-be alternatives. Some of the cars are quite surprising, but none moreso than the fridge!Continue reading “The Cars that could’ve been the Stars – plus a Fridge!”
Check out my latest video with MotorOverload where we look at best used buys
Here are our Top Six best used cars to buy for under £10,000. We each select out top choices in three categories: small car, family car and convertible/roadster. Let us know who had the best selection and tell us your top choices for under £10 in the comments below.
David Brown borrow the style of James Bond’s Esprit for a famous customer
David Brown Automotive has created a special one-off edition of its Mini Remastered, inspired by James Bond’s Lotus Esprit Turbo from the 1981 movie, For Your Eyes Only.
Originally published 15 February 2012 on Motoring Middle East
In 2012 Motoring Middle East flew over to Kuwait for a few days to cover the extraordinary Kuwait Concours D’Elegance. Check out our amazing coverage republished here.
#ThrowBackThursday to my first go in the cutest, coolest and cleverest little car ever
Second vidcast/podcast with my buddies at Planet Auto – hope you enjoy it!
Planet Auto discuss what they been up to, cars they’ve tested and car news in general.
My latest Motoring Section for Asian Leader Newspaper
Hang on a minute lads, I’ve got a great idea!
#ThrowBackThursday to an epic 13-page feature I conceived and executed for Car Middle East magazine in 2006, to mark the 100th birthday of the father of the Mini – Sir Alec Issigonis. Yup – we pulled off The Emirati Job!
Kid with mini version of a Mini on a Mini
I kid you not – two of the first words my son Junaid ever spoke were Porsche and Mini. Soon it became clear he was quite taken with the new reborn Mini – recognising it, pointing and grinning whilst shouting ‘Mini, Mini, Mini!’ whenever he saw one on the roads.