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The Car’s The Star – BMW E28

The BMW E28, which was the second-generation of BMW’s mighty 5 Series, was and still is a real looker. Any car with quad lights up front is going to look good, but add in that ‘shark nose’ bonnet and grille, the sturdy ‘three box’ design and of course, the famed Hoffmeister kink, you’ve got yourself […]

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The Car’s The Star – W126 Mercedes-Benz

Introduced in 1979, the W126 Mercedes-Benz S Class was a revolution in luxury motoring. The build quality was off the charts. The car was handsome, long, low and wide and as such, carried the kind of presence that leaders of industry so demanded. It was outrageously comfortable, especially in SEL guise, which featured a longer […]

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The Car’s the Star – War of the Roses

1989's War of the Roses was not a film about love and happiness, it was about a bitter divorce in which a certain Morgan got entangled.
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The Car’s the Star – Christine

Cars and cinema go hand-in-hand. In fact, a car can be an incredible supporting actor, serving to show the attitudes and tastes of any given character. In the case of John Carpenter’s 1983 blockbuster, Christine, the car was even more than that. This 1958 Plymouth Fury was, arguably, the lead.