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Fearless but Flat-Broke Celebrated at Goodwood
Fearless but Flat-Broke Celebrated at Goodwood
FOS will shine a light on the teams that, despite limited resources, followed their dreams. More »
Jaguar to Celebrate 80 Years in Style at Mille Miglia
Jaguar to Celebrate 80 Years in Style at Mille Miglia
Jaguar is once again taking on the legendary motoring challenge that is the Mille Miglia. More »
Silverstone Classic to Host Triple Triumph Celebration
Silverstone Classic to Host Triple Triumph Celebration
Three classic and iconic TR sportscars will be celebrating major milestones. More »
Classics Hit the Hill at Historic Shelsley Walsh
Classics Hit the Hill at Historic Shelsley Walsh
This weekend (2-3 May) sees the Midland Automobile Club host its first competitive event. More »
Rare Austin-Healey 3000 Set to Break 25 Year Rest
Rare Austin-Healey 3000 Set to Break 25 Year Rest
A ‘barn find’ example ripe for restoration, is sure to create great auction interest. More »
Jaguar Heritage Challenge Ready for Start
Jaguar Heritage Challenge Ready for Start
Jaguar Heritage Challenge is set to begin at Donington Historic Festival over the bank holiday. More »
Ecurie Ecosse Racing Classics Confirmed for Concours of Elegance
Racing Classics Confirmed for Concours of Elegance
The largest ever collection of Ecurie Ecosse classic racering cars confirmed for 2015. More »
Rare Classic Bentley Sees Barons Set New Heights
Rare Classic Bentley Sees Barons Set New Heights
A very rare 1954 Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback went under the hammer. More »
€8 Million of Classic Cars Change Hands in Germany
€8 Million of Classic Cars Change Hands in Germany
Coys has achieved hefty results in excess of €8m at Techno-Classica in Germany. More »
Eclectic Mix of Classics go Under Hammer at Silverstone
Eclectic Mix of Classics go Under Hammer at Silverstone
An eclectic mix of classic cars sell, with a total sale value of more than £330,000. More »
Flying Scotsman Rally Finishes Under Scottish Sun
Flying Scotsman Rally Finishes Under Scottish Sun
110 pre-war classic cars battled over 750 miles from Leeds to Scotland’s Gleneagles. More »
Classic Fire-breathers and Italian Racers Ready for Brooklands
Classic Fire-breathers and Italian Racers Ready for Brooklands
A fire-breathing monster, a Formula 5000 car and hundreds of other exotic classics. More »

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Features
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 historic racing 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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Goodwood 73 Members’ Meeting in Pictures Goodwood 73 Members’ Meeting in Pictures

With blue skies and the sound of roaring historic racing engines, Goodwood’s 73rd Members’ Meeting created a lasting impression, after a hugely successful, busy and entertaining event...
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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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