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One of Only Two Steyr Puch 500 Up for Auction
One of Only Two Steyr Puch 500 Up for Auction
Incredibly rare classic car, based on the iconic Fiat 500, to sell on 20th September. More »
Jaguar Re-opens Browns Lane for Classic Cars
Jaguar Re-opens Browns Lane for Classic Cars
Jaguar Heritage has opened a brand new workshop facility at their spiritual home. More »
The Mighty Continue: A History of AMG
The Mighty Mercs Continue: A History of AMG
For nearly 50 years AMG has been home to some of the fastest and most exciting classic cars. More »
Quadrophenia Star Phil Daniels Opens Brighton Pier at Goodwood
Quadrophenia Star Phil Daniels Opens Goodwood Brighton Pier
Daniels visited Goodwood to officially launch the Mods and Rockers installation. More »
Prince Awards Top Classics Cars at Concours of Elegance
Prince Awards Top Classic Cars at Concours of Elegance
1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 ‘Flying Star’ grabs top prize at Hampton Court Palace. More »
Jaguar’s Perfect Ten Shows its Classic Car Prowess
Jaguar’s Perfect Ten Shows its Classic Car Prowess
XE debut will be supported by a film of the ‘Perfect Ten’ Jaguars, spanning the decades. More »
Historic Bristol Cars is Back with New Model Planned for 2015
Historic Bristol Cars is Back with New Model Planned for 2015
The first new car since 2003 will be launched at the Kensington High Street showroom in 2015. More »
Salon Privé Sale Results from Silverstone Auctions
Salon Privé Sale Results from Silverstone Auctions
Partnership between Silverstone Auctions & Salon Privé achieved total sales of £9.9 million. More »
James Bond’s Bentley to Stir Crowds at Hampton Court
James Bond’s Bentley to Stir Crowds at Hampton Court
The car that James Bond “loved more than all the women at present in his life”... More »
New Classic Car from Atlanta to be Launched at Concours of Elegance
New Classic Car from Atlanta to be Launched
Concours of Elegance this week will see Atlanta launch their first new car since 1939. More »
Rare Classic Cars Head to Salon Privé Auction
Rare Classic Cars Head to Salon Privé Auction
We're quite taken by a few unusual classics we’ve spotted lined up for the Salon Privé auction. More »
Goodwood Road Racing Club Confirms 2015 73rd Members’ Meeting
Goodwood Confirms 2015 73rd Members’ Meeting
73rd Members’ Meeting will be held on the weekend of 21-22 March, 2015 at Goodwood. More »

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Features
A Classic Ford Transformed: Part Five A Classic Ford Transformed: Part Five

It’s been over a month since the last update from Mike Hill and his work transforming a 1935 Ford Model Y into a custom hot. It's certainly split opinion, but nevertheless still an amazing machine...
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A Classic Fiat 850 Restoration: Part Three A Classic Fiat 850 Restoration: Part Three

We catch up with Nick and Bob for part three of the restoration of a classic Fiat 850. This time things start coming together with new paint and the engine back where it should be...
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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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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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