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Many Classics Expected as Beaulieu Launches Simply VW
Many Classics Expected as Beaulieu Launches Simply VW
Volkswagens of all types and ages will be turning up at Beaulieu’s first ever Simply VW. More »
Renault Puts History in Motion at London to Brighton
Renault Puts History in Motion at London to Brighton
The French firm is, once again, a patron of the Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. More »
Rare Vintage Aston Martin Tourer to go up for Sale
Rare Vintage Aston Martin Tourer to go up for Sale
A rare example of Aston Martin’s first ever luxury four seat touring cars comes to market. More »
Classic Mercedes-Benz in 360 Film for Mille Miglia
Classic Mercedes-Benz in 360 Film for Mille Miglia
Mercedes-Benz has created a clever 360 degree film to mark a special anniversary. More »
Rolls Royce Takes Inspiration from the Past for the Future
Rolls Royce Takes Inspiration from the Past for the Future
Rolls-Royce today announced the name of its forthcoming new car, the Rolls Royce Dawn. More »
Alfa Romeo Celebrates 65 Years since Victory at First F1 Race
Alfa Romeo Celebrates 65 Years since Victory at First F1 Race
65 years ago, on 13th May 1950, four Alfetta 158 race cars created history at Silverstone. More »
Silver Flag to Celebrate Best of Italy in Classic Event
Silver Flag to Celebrate Best of Italy in Classic Event
The 20th Silver Flag hill climb brings 170 classic cars to celebrate the Best of Italy. More »
Jaguar Lines up a Host of Heritage Cars for Mille Miglia
Jaguar Lines up a Host of Heritage Cars for Mille Miglia
Nine of Jaguar’s most decorated and iconic classic cars to compete in the Mille Miglia. More »
1930 Bentley Enters Mille Miglia 85 Years Later
1930 Bentley Enters Mille Miglia 85 Years Later
Bentley’s 1930 4½-litre Blower is aiming to finish what its sibling never started. More »
Aston Martin Bonhams Auction Sees £10.3 Million in Sales
Aston Martin Bonhams Auction Sees £10.3 Million in Sales
Rare and classic Aston Martins go under the hammer through special Bonhams sale. More »
Two Rare Classic Ferraris to be Sold for RNLI
Two Rare Classic Ferraris to be Sold for RNLI
Two multi-million-pound Ferraris are set for sale in October to support RNLI. More »
Jaguar Heritage Holds Their Own Scottish Mini Miglia
Jaguar Heritage Holds Their Own Scottish Mini Miglia
Jaguar Heritage has successfully hosted the inaugural ‘Mini Miglia’ in Scotland. More »

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The Roar of Motorsport Returns to Historic Chateau Impney The Roar of Motorsport Returns to Historic Chateau Impney

It was 1957 when Chateau Impney held its first speed trial. Yet, since remaining quiet for nearly half a century, classic cars will once again recreate those popular events...
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Donington Park Echoes to the Sound of Classic Racers Donington Park Echoes to the Sound of Classic Racers

Once again the Donington Historic Festival saw hundreds of classic cars gather both around the site and on track. We’ve put together the full gallery of action for your enjoyment...
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Stondon Motor Museum Closure in Pictures Stondon Motor Museum Closure in Pictures

Little Classics visits Stondon Motor Museum in Bedfordshire to see its last day before the doors closed for good and the collection gets scattered through auction...
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Report from the Restoration and Classic Car Show Report from the Restoration and Classic Car Show

From completed projects, to rare barn finds resembling not much more than a pile of rusty parts - the 2015 Restoration and Classic Car Show had something for everyone...
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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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