Ron Webster overcame adversity to win an apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce that became a 35-year career, then after retirement he achieved an equally unlikely dream – his own Bentley, despite being unable to hold a driving licence.
How many thirty-something Dubbers can say they still own their first car? Well, Swiss Scirocco fan, Kewin Coelho can go one better as he still owns the original family car bought in the early 90s when he was just two!
Although derived from the Le Mans-winning XJR-9, making it extremely fast, the TWR-developed XJR-15 isn’t officially part of Jaguar’s past canon of work and therefore often overlooked. We explain the car’s history before track-testing the prototype at Mallory Park in Leicestershire
What if, having reached the summit of Mount Everest – after all that effort and personal sacrifice – Sir Edmond Hillary simply turned to Tenzig Norgay and shrugged his shoulders nonchalantly. It is a bit of a stretch to equate the scaling of Mt Everest to the purchase of your dream supercar; however, This was Spencer Mcleans quandary. After working diligently toward his goal for years, he found himself sitting in his dream-specification Aston Martin –dark blue with cream leather – feeling underwhelmed.