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The new Ford GT is the toast of the Detroit Motor Show

The new Ford GT is the toast of the Detroit Motor Show

The Ford GT is arguably the most desirable model Ford have ever created with it's history dating back to the iconic GT40 racing car from the 1960s which are now fetching quite ludicrous sums of money on the classic car market. It's spiritual successor built during 2005 and 2006 ...

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Land Rover Defender: The beginning of the end of an Icon

Land Rover Defender: The beginning of the end of an Icon

Heritage, Adventure, Legacy, Dependable and Rugged. No other words can best define the Land Rover Defender and here at Romans International we are very passionate about the iconic Defender. With over 65 years of history, and having ford every stream and climbed every mountain aro...

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Is the ultra rare Maserati MC12 the best supercar investment of the la...

Is the ultra rare Maserati MC12 the best supercar investment of the la...

Bugatti Veyron. Ferrari Enzo. Porsche Carrera GT. Pagani Zonda. When you think of hypercars of the last decade these are the common names that will come up. With our recent acquisition of a Maserati MC12 which is the rarest of them all it begs the question which is considered the...

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Ferrari’s LaFerrari FXX K photos and details revealed

Ferrari’s LaFerrari FXX K photos and details revealed

So Ferrari have just unveiled their highly anticipated LaFerrari FXX-K and it hasn’t disappointed!   The FXX-K is the latest creation from Ferrari’s XX programme, where they take their humble ordinary road cars (in this case the LaFerrari) and turn it into a ha...

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Maybach returns as Mercedes looks to rebrand models

Maybach returns as Mercedes looks to rebrand models

Mercedes is preparing to bring the Maybach name back, using it to form a luxury sub-brand for customers longing for an extra touch of exclusivity and individuality from their vehicle. This is the headline amongst a whole host of model name changes for the Mercedes line up which i...

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Ferrari debut the 458 Speciale A in Paris

Ferrari debut the 458 Speciale A in Paris

One of the most eagerly anticipated cars of 2015, the Ferrari 458 Speciale A has recently been announced as the most powerful convertible that Ferrari have ever created and with it debuting at the Paris Motor Show this weekend its best we take a look at what Ferrari dealers and f...

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Mercedes release details of the new AMG C63

Mercedes release details of the new AMG C63

Mercedes AMG are currently on a role at the moment with the unveiling of the Mercedes S-Class Coupe in the summer, the AMG GT which was recently launched as the replacement for the SLS and now the brand new C63 AMG for sale! As one of the UK’s biggest independent Mercedes-A...

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Mercedes enter new territory with the AMG GT

Mercedes enter new territory with the AMG GT

Mercedes Benz have finally unveiled the AMG GT, a model which has been much anticipated by the motoring world for several months.  The second car developed entirely by AMG after the SLS it shares the same front engine, rear wheel drive 2 seater layout as the SLS, but AMG ha...

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Salon Privé brings automotive class to London

Salon Privé brings automotive class to London

The glamour and class of Salon Privé rolled back into London last week, marking the return of the most exclusive event on the motoring calendar. Held at Syon House in West London from the  3rd of September to the 5th of September, the event brought some of the rarest,...

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Auction world record smashed with sale of Ferrari 250 GTO

Auction world record smashed with sale of Ferrari 250 GTO

Some of the rarest vehicles in the world went under the hammer over the weekend, with the annual Pebble Beach auctions seeing some of the world’s finest machines being sold for millions of pounds with the headline sale of a Ferrari 250 GTO which broke the all-time auction w...

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