The second issue of Linkage is off the press and on its way to subscribers now. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find inside:
Donald Osborne talks risk and reward — and rising to the occasion at both the Met and on the Mille Miglia.
Jay Leno is betrayed by his own speedometer.
Simon Kidston finally finds his father’s lost 300SL Gullwing.
Massimo Delbo blasts through the Valcuvia Valley in a 911T with Carlo De Bernardi — and then mixes the excitement of motorsport with the beauty of Italy on 2020’s Modena Cento Ore.
Elana Scherr forges a trail in the California and Nevada deserts on the Rebelle Rally, with two sisters hunting for adventure in their father’s old ’69 Bronco.
Adam Taft of Perrin Performance shares his collection of tuners and modern classics — and offers his thoughts on where the car world is headed.
Will Weston posts up with his camera at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Thor Thorson dives deep into the Mirage M2 and M3 — both fabulous failures.
Rob Sass takes a close look at a Porsche 914 in Arizona, and covers what it takes for a car to be a star.
Steve Serio talks Iso Grifo with master restorer Chuck Wray.
And we dive into the market news from Scottsdale and Kissimmee, with reports covering Mecum’s $141m month, RM Sotheby’s $6m D-Type, Worldwide’s duesie of a Woodie, Gooding & Co’s digital dreams and Bonhams’ in-person return to the Arizona desert.
Linkage #002 has that and more splashed across 186 glossy pages. Not yet a subscriber? Sign up here.