South African Country Life - - Wheels -

Con­cours South Africa 2017

If clas­sic cars are your thing, and I cer­tainly hope they are, you might en­joy a trip out to Sun City from 3-6 Au­gust. There you will be able to lav­ish your ad­mi­ra­tion on some of the world’s most beau­ti­ful ve­hi­cles at the sec­ond Con­cours South Africa, where up to 150 de­sir­able ve­hi­cles are on show. The judg­ing team is headed up by Wayne Har­ley, cu­ra­tor of the Fran­schhoek Mo­tor Mu­seum. En­thu­si­asts wish­ing to en­ter their clas­sic and col­lec­tor’s cars in this year’s Con­cours can visit www.con­courssa.co.za for more in­for­ma­tion.

48 years of Range Rover

For al­most five decades, Range Rover has led the way in the world of lux­ury 4x4s, so grand that the Queen of Eng­land drives one. Or is driven in one. They have come a long way since the first gen­er­a­tion saw light of day in 1970, and to show just how much they have changed over the years, Land Rover has put to­gether an in­ter­est­ing video that il­lus­trates their evo­lu­tion.To watch it, visit www.coun­trylife.co.za/leisure/mo­tor­ing/evo­lu­tion-range-rover

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