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Badasses at Blenheim: Classic Supercars Invade the Duke’s Palace

His Grace the 12th Duke of Marlborough is our sort of chap. Blenheim Palace, to Salon Privé, the posh concours d’elegance that’s starting to look like serious competition for Pebble Beach.
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The “Best” Rolls-Royce: The Belfast Boy’s Silver Shadow

“I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered.” So said George Best, the Belfast-born professional footballer who played as a winger for Manchester United...
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Holy Trinity: RM Sotheby’s Brings a Trio of Ultra-DB4s to London

Its older and better-known big brother gets all the attention, but in many important ways the DB4 is the defining model that created the modern Aston Martin legend.
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Spirit of 1937: The Malahne Sails Again

As pleasure craft go, the luxurious 164-ft. 1937 Camper & Nicholsons steam yacht Malahne has seen a lot of action.
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Time to Ride: Zenith Joins Forces with the Distinguished Gentlemen

The annual Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride now raises more than $5 million per annum for cancer research in the coolest way possible – gents suiting up to ride their motorbikes in outrageous splendour all around the world.
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Castle Rock: Chantilly Arts & Elegance 2016

On the 4th of September, a spectacular Chateau outside Paris will be the scene of the chicest gathering of classic cars this side of Pebble Beach.
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White Noise: A Singular Collection Heads to Bonhams

The late British entrepreneur, businessman and motorcyclist Robert White has left a rather special legacy of the sort any gentleman of taste would be proud to own.
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A Win for Wally at the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta

Monaco-based Wally yachts have long been the most stylish craft at sea. Now they’re also among the fastest. The stunning Wally Wally 45m Saudade just crushed the competition at the 2016 Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta...
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Way of the Wasp: Celebrating 70 Years of Vespa 

Enrico Piaggio, son of Piaggio founder Rinaldo Piaggio decided to address the problem with a new mode of transport: a cheap, reasonably zippy contraption much more suitable to everyday civilian life...