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Goodwood Revival Names National Motor Museum as Beneficiary
National Motor Museum to be Revival Beneficiary
Goodwood announces the 2014 Revival beneficiary as the National Motor Museum Trust. More »
JD Classics Scoops Four Awards at Pebble Beach
JD Classics Scoops Four Awards at Pebble Beach
JD Classics is returning home to the UK with its best ever result at the famous Concours. More »
Classics Spanning 70 Years up for Auction in King’s Lynn
Classics Spanning 70 Years up for Auction in King’s Lynn
Over 200 vehicles spanning over 70 years will go under the hammer this weekend with ACA. More »
100 Classic Busses Expected at Heritage Motor Centre
100 Classic Busses Expected at Heritage Motor Centre
An exciting new classic show on Sunday 31 August to thrill bus and coach enthusiasts. More »
CarFest South Will Host Sell-out Crowd this Bank Holiday
CarFest South Will Host Sell-out Crowd this Bank Holiday
CarFest South brings classic cars, modern metal and music to Laverstoke Park Farm. More »
Silverstone Auctions Confirm New Autumn Auction
Silverstone Auctions Confirm New Autumn Auction
The Autumn Sale will take place on Saturday 20th September at The Wing, Silverstone. More »
Wilton Classic Supercar Rewards Crowds with Amazing Machines
Wilton Classic Supercar Rewards Crowds with Amazing Machines
The sun shone as classic legends sat shoulder to should with modern supercars. More »
Bavarian Motors to Work Their Stuff at Heritage Motor Centre
Bavarian Motors to Work Their Stuff at Heritage Motor Centre
Europe’s largest gathering of BMW’s is heading to the Heritage Motor Centre. More »
Beaulieu’s Famous International Autojumble is Nearly Here
Beaulieu’s Famous International Autojumble is Nearly Here
There's just three weeks until visitors from across the globe descend on Beaulieu. More »
Group B Rides at Footman James Classic Car Show Manchester
Group B Rides at Footman James Classic Car Show Manchester
Rally cars will be at full throttle at this year’s Classic Car Show on 20th & 21st September. More »
First Ever Range Rover up for Auction in September
First Ever Range Rover up for Auction in September
Chassis number 001, will be going under the hammer at Salon Privé on 4th September. More »
BEN Celebrates 25 Years of Richard Wheatland Art
BEN Celebrates 25 Years of Richard Wheatland Art
The artwork ranges from early vintage Bentleys to scenes of everyday classics. More »

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Features
Film Vs TV: Little Classics Top Screen Cars Film Vs TV: Little Classics Top Screen Cars

With the upcoming Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show at the NEC this November being all about on-screen vehicles, we couldn’t resist putting together our top ten TV and top ten film cars.....
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Launch Details: Jaguar Heritage Lightweight E-type Launch Details: Jaguar Heritage Lightweight E-type

When Jaguar announced earlier this year it was making six new “classic” E-Types, we got excited. Now we’re really excited with a load of images, information and even video footage...
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A Classic Fiat 850 Restoration: Part Two A Classic Fiat 850 Restoration: Part Two

We’ve already heard how two first-time classic car restorers have taken on a little 1969 Fiat 850. Now comes the rest of the work to build a solid foundation...
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Silverstone Classics: The Roundup Silverstone Classic: The Roundup

This year’s Silverstone Classic saw thousands visit the world famous track for one of the biggest classic car racing festivals. It was a weekend of celebration, festivities and unfortunately, tragedy...
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Pointless Opionions
Tom Endean - Little Classics Pointless Opinion

Will we lose our skills?

When we used to make things, most of those things were built by hand. It meant that when something went wrong with your car or bike you could fix it. However, those days are gone and as a group, we (men) are now officially useless. So what does that mean for the future of classic cars and bikes…
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