When, in 1967, Lufthansa became the first airline to operate the Boeing 737, it was hardly a high-water mark for luxury travel.
When yacht designer Tom Fexas reminisced about the halcyon days of Wheeler Yacht Co.
It once was the American Dream, equal parts apple pie and sex appeal, prom night and Hollywood.
A blemish on the aristocratic presence of the new Bentley Continental Flying Spur may well be the car’s terribly awkward, very ordinary na
A sport horse and a sport sedan exhibit a similar set of characteristics: Each descends from a distinguished lineage; each combines everyd
Jaguar’s cheeky X-Type compact was born four years ago in a desperate and hurried attempt to sustain profits by beating the best of the litt
When a young inventor named Alfred Dunhill inherited his father’s saddlery business in 1893, he recognized that horses were about to becom
A native of central Kentucky’s Thoroughbred country, Carl Meyers grew up in a family that had outfitted riders for decades.
Perry Gastis studies his subject with the intensity and concentration of a surgeon before making a determination.
The cases of Carl F.