Some films are more about the cars than they are about the characters. From Bond to The Fast and the Furious, the automobiles regularly take centre stage. But, there are many super or sports cars that appear in more standard movie fare and completely hog the spot
Your supercar maybe fast and fun but it won’t stay that way for long unless you take proper care of it. Supercars are a special breed of animal that need constant care and attention if they are to remain in top condition.
While you drive y
The Lamborghini Countach was a stunning mid-engined supercar launched in 1974 which lasted until 1990, largely unchanged, demonstrating the high quality of the original vision.
Styled by Marcello Gandini from Bertone - the same studio that came up with
Purchasing a new sports car is a significant investment, in rare circumstances it makes sense to purchase the car outright, but most of the time financing the purchase makes much better use of your capital, especially with finance rates so low.
At Slade’s Garage, we pride ourselves on offering some of the most collectable cars currently available on the market. We search high and low for these ultra rare, desirable vehicles - often they appear in the most unexpected places. But that’s what makes this busine
Here at Slades Garage, we’ve acquired something really rather special. The 575M Superamerica GTC, a limited-edition update to the 575 Maranello it’s based on, is the driving enthusiast’s ultimate prize.
Only a mere 559 were ever produced, which has
Every motoring enthusiast will remember the car chase in James Bond’s Die Another Day, gliding across the ice in what is arguably the most iconic Bond car of all time: the Aston Martin Vanquish. Well,
You know how it’s so annoying when you recognise someone but can’t place where you have met or see
For classical car lovers, the sight of an Austin 7 for sale at Slades Garage is a special occurrence, and this long lost car's effortless charm leaves no doubt as to why that is. After the drooling has stopped and the tears have been swep
On Wednesday 6th January 1915, Salisbury Cathedral was flooded, Oxford was surrounded by water, and residents of Maidenhead were stranded on the upper floors of their homes. In light of last year's events, you might think not much has changed in a century! But, if you were to ask Herbert Druce, who was born in Penn upon that day, you'd find that so much has.
Aged 14, choirboy Herbert jo