An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we borrow and take a ride in the L’Ormarins Estate’s Unimog fire tender. With such a large of land to maintain and protect, it is hardly surprising that the L’Ormarins...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we look at a model from one of the auto world’s more innovative manufacturers that was situated behind the Iron Curtain, in Czechoslovakia. Tatra is one of the automotive world’s...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we symbolize S with a model that was a part of an ongoing life-line for one of America’s independent automakers. Studebaker is one those American car companies that tried hard...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we symbolize R with one of America’s most extrovert coupés.   For most of us the name Riviera is synonymous sun kissed coastlines and the good life and in 1949...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we reach Q –no, not Mr Bond’s sidekick – with a car that is part of the Rupert family’s personal collection. Calling a three-box saloon a four-door is unimaginative but...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we have a P – er, no, not that kind – in the shape of a Packard. The story goes that when James Ward Packard bought a Winton in 1898...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we go double-O – no, not 007 – with a surprisingly appealing Opel Olympia.   Every now and again a manufacturer introduces a model that is a milestone in its progress,...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we take a spin (literally!) in an NSX, Honda’s first sports car that bloodied Ferrari’s nose.   A little over a quarter of a century ago, Honda – at the...

An alphabetical series of short driving impressions of some of the museum’s car collection. This month we downsize to an Austin in disguise and its place in a Cooper’s tale. Without doubt, the Mini ranks as one of the world’s most influential cars. Not simply...