Cost of petrol set to rise by up to 5p a litre as stations pass on increase in wholesale prices

Cost of petrol set to rise by up to 5p a litre as stations pass on increase in wholesale prices 1p of rise in wholesale prices has been passed on at many petrol stationsRetailers insist they are not to blame for the 5p price riseAA attacked fuel industry for failing to pass on 2p fall in diesel wholesale costs that was worth 2.5p at the pump By Ray Massey PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 25 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:00 GMT, 25 January 2013 Motorists are facing more pain at the pumps, with increases of up to 5p a litre, the AA warned. Already 1p of the rise in wholesale prices has been passed on at many petrol stations – leaving another 4p to come.

Classic Ferrari could fetch up to 4 million at auction becoming one of the world"s most expensive cars

Rare Ferrari expected to fetch 4million when it goes under the hammer: Classic car one of only 74 ever madeFerrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione to be auctioned in ArizonaCar is 17th model in range of 74 from highly sought-after 1960 rangeVehicle has had four owners and can reach speeds in excess of 150 mph | UPDATED: 21:08 GMT, 26 December 2012 A classic Ferrari could become one of the world's most expensive ever cars when it goes on sale next month. The Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione could fetch up to 4 million after a boom in the classic Ferrari market over the last 18 months. The car is one of only 74 models in the 1960 range produced by the Italian car maker.

One of the first (and slowest) Ferraris ever built goes on sale for 750,000

Speed freaks look away: Unique Ferrari that could only reach 105mph goes up for sale for 750,000The 1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe is the 37th Ferrari-made road car The car has a modest 2-litre V12 140bhp and a top speed of just 105mphSalesman John Collins describes it as a 'great investment' | UPDATED: 16:21 GMT, 19 December 2012 It may be a long held dream for many car enthusiasts' to put their foot down and hit top speed in a classic Ferrari. But here's one motor made by the Italian car manufacturer that's not for the speed freak