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Classic Car Workshops – Get The Best

Graham Eason owns and operates Great Driving Days & Classic Fixers. And in doing so, he has built up a wealth of experience, both as a customer and as a classic car garage owner. With that in mind, Graham is keen to explain what you need to do in order to ensure you find the […]

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2004 MG Xpower SV – Classified of the Week

We’ve spoken about the MG XPower SV before, so when we saw this one pop up on our classifieds there was no way we could ignore it. We love this car’s flawed brilliance, not to mention the sheer lunacy of it. It was a car nobody asked for, it was a car so far out […]

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Café Racers – What Are They?

Of all the types and styles of motorcycles, the Café Racer is perhaps one of the best looking, though for a motorcyclist of a certain age, it’s also probably the most uncomfortable to ride.  Characterised by a stripped-down look with low-mounted handlebars, round headlight, high and rear-set footpegs and a faired seat cowling, café racers […]

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Porsche 911 – The Car’s the Star

You can’t go out and build a car as iconic as the Porsche 911 and not expect it to become a star. After all, cars and popular culture go hand in hand. However, in most cases film directors and the like have to put a bit of thought into what machine would best suit the […]

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Quality Service – Five Tools to Make Servicing Easier

To own a classic car is to maintain a classic car. Yes, we could just fire it off to the garage every time something needs doing, but where’s the fun in that? By doing the work ourselves, we get to know our cars a little bit better, we get a chance to check on more […]

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Summer Fun – Five Timeless Convertible Classics

Wind in the hair motoring is something that goes hand in hand with classic cars. Yes, there are classic cars of all shapes and sizes, but even so, it’s the convertibles that we romanticise. The thought of blasting through the countryside in an open-top Jaguar E Type is far more exciting than doing the same […]

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1937 Morris 10/4 – Project Profile

There’s a charm that comes with cars of the 1930s. It was a time when the UK was bustling with car companies, each one trying to be better than the next. New technologies were being investigated and applied, new design ideas were being put into place and as such, new cars seemed to be everywhere, […]

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Classic Motorcycles – From Four Wheels to Two

For as long as I can remember, I have loved cars and like most teenagers, couldn’t wait to drive. I guess it was genetic – my grandfather was a car salesman after the war and my father was, as a result, always at the wheel of something interesting – at least when I was young. […]

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2005 AC Cobra Replica – Classified of the Week

That word. Replica. There’s something about it, something that conjures up images of 17 year-olds gluing XR3i bits to a Popular Plus. Or, at the other end of the scale, there are those unfortunate Toyota MR2 models that have had seemingly endless money thrown at them in order to bear a passing resemblance to a […]

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The Most Rotten Jaguar… In The World!

This latest episode of Car & Classic: The Rescues featuring a Jaguar is of a slightly different tone to the previous ones. In the past, we brought a little Austin back to life, and we have taken a £100 Mercedes-Benz and put it back on the road. Pistons have moved, oil has been swilled, petrol […]