Author: Chris Pollitt

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Five Classics Fit For The Family

There’s a common misconception that classic cars are something that can only really be enjoyed by the owner. And that seems strange to us. Especially now, in a time where it’s more important than ever to usher in a new generation of classic car enthusiasts in the form of our children. Because let’s face it, […]

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1964 Mercedes-Benz W110 – Project Profile

There are classic cars out there that, despite their years and their miles, still cut a dash. Cars that despite being older than some of your grey-haired relatives, still have the reliability, durability and dependability of much newer models. Not every classic car can boast such qualities, and that’s fine. Some are delicate and need […]

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1973 Commer Camper – Classified of the Week

The staycation is hot this year, thanks to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. Yeah, they might have opened up travel to some countries abroad, but really, do you want to risk it? Of course not, which is why staying on British soil is a good idea. After all, the UK is one of the […]

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1972 Bond Bug – Project Profile

Plastic, as they say, is fantastic. Or at least it was in the 1970s UK car market. Okay, not plastic per se, as we are of course talking about fibreglass. But whatever, we wanted to use that opening line. Anyway, we digress. Let’s get back to the car at hand, namely a 1972 Bond Bug. […]

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London Concours – Pursuit of Speed

The London Concours, presented by Montres Breguet, has announced its The Pursuit of Speed display; which will feature some of the biggest hitters from the automotive world. From the still magnificent Jaguar XK120 to the absolutely iconic Mercedes 300SL ‘Gullwing’ and on to the latest Bugatti Veyron and Chiron. ‘The Pursuit of Speed’ is a […]

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1936 Riley 15/6 Kestrel – Classified of the Week

Of all the now long passed names of the UK automotive landscape, there is one that still stirs the soul. A company known for flamboyant and exciting design, and a company that took luxury very seriously. We are of course talking about Riley. And while its bicycle-based beginnings might not be the most obvious link […]

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Land Rover Series 1 – Survival Tactics

Classic cars can often be thought of as being delicate and fragile. After all, these cars that were built many decades ago weren’t screwed together with machine and with modern techniques. Instead, they were assembled by people called Charles or June and while they built the cars to the best of their abilities, the vehicle’s […]

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Eagle GT – The Ultimate E Type

When it comes to making classic cars harder, better, faster and stronger, there are few in the game as prominent as Eagle. This British company has forged a path for itself by taking one the world’s most beloved classics – the Jaguar E Type – and bringing it up to date. An Eagle E Type […]

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1977 Reliant Scimitar GTE – Project Profile

Over the years, there have been many weird and wonderful old cars, and pleasingly, a great many of them come from the UK. Back in Britain’s automotive heyday, we loved building cars that we wanted to build, just for the sake of building them. As such, the automotive landscape was once awash with cars of […]

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It’s Coming Together – Project ‘65

In our last update, which was somewhat shockingly, six months ago, we were shouting with glee about the Cortina having paint on it. As well all know, painting a car is a huge step, as from that point on it’s simply a case of building the car back up. All the horrible, dirty, messy jobs […]