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Mercedes 300SL gullwing crashed

Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing Crashed

A rare Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing was crashed by a mechanic during a test drive near Pleidelsheim in Baden-Wütterburg, Germany.  Classic Car Photography has a soft spot for the Mercedes Gullwing so this story certainly caught our attention. World Car Fans reports According to police, excessive speed was a factor in the driver losing control […]

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Grand Prix FDC Album Cover

Australia Post – Australian F1 Grand Prix in Adelaide

Automotive fans may not realise the extent to which Australia Post got behind the Australian F1 Grand Prix events held in Adelaide in the early 1990s (ie before the event moved to Melbourne).  As we have previously reported, the US Postal Service recently released a series of stamps on the subject of classic American Muscle […]

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50 Years of Racing at Bathurst Stamps

Australia Post – 50 Years of Racing at Bathurst Stamps

When Classic Car Photography posted a blog about the US Post Office issuing a series of Muscle Car stamps, we didn’t mean to imply that this sort of thing only happened in the USA.  Our very own Australia Post has, over the years, issued several series of stamps depicting Classic Cars, Racing Cars, and the […]

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USPS Muscle Car Stamp Set

US Postal Service Issues a New Range of Muscle Car Stamps

The U.S. Postal Service has just released a series of Muscle Cars (Forever®) stamps celebrating five iconic automobiles: the 1966 Pontiac GTO, the 1967 Shelby GT-500, the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona, the 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda, and the 1970 Chevelle SS. Each of these cars represents the adventurous spirit of the muscle-car era. Fast, powerful, […]

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Aston Martin DBR1 - Airfix Kit

Life-Size Artwork of Aston Martin DBR1

Racing fans will have the opportunity to acquire a unique work of art that combines a moment in racing history and an iconic feature of childhood at the Bonhams Goodwood Revival Sale, which takes place this year on Saturday 15 September, 2012. The piece, measuring 6.35m wide by 3.3m tall, represents a life-sized model of […]

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