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1935 Rolls Royce 20/25 – Project Profile

If you want pure, unabashed luxury there is really only one car maker you can go to, and that’s Rolls Royce. Today, you can specify elements of your Rolls that would make a six-star hotel blush. Do you want diamonds crushed up in the paint to make it sparkle? Consider it done. How about some […]

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Norfolk Premier Coachworks – Company Profile

Norfolk is perhaps not the first place that comes to mind when thinking of restoration shops. An accent with a fondness of a hard R? Absolutely. The Broads? But of course. James Blunt? Um, yes actually. Eye-wateringly beautiful classic car restoration, however? Not so much.  Though it should be, because Norfolk, or more specifically, Norwich […]

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1992 Daimler Double Six V12 – Classified of the Week

Old Jags, and their even more luxurious Daimler cousins have a menacing, effortless kind of cool about them. You look at an old Daimler and you just nod knowingly. It’s the kind of car that commands respect. It’s also a car with menacing purpose. Take the Daimler we’re looking at here. The long, low and […]

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Five Tips For Buying From Auction

Auctions are fast-paced, exciting and can often be a great way of getting a bargain. However, because they’re so fast-paced, and because they’re full of people that have been going to auctions since they left the womb, they can be incredibly intimidating to those who have never set foot in the bidding circle. So is […]

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Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars

The landscape of car television has become something of a parody of itself of late. There’s too much fake drama, too much of a willingness to skip over the details and far too much in the way of ego. Plus, the whole ‘if we don’t sell this car, we’ll lose the shop’ narrative is awful […]

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Morgan looks to the future…

The Morgan Motor Company, which spends most of its time telling people it’s still 1954, is doing the unthinkable and looking to the future. And by that, we mean the actual future. Not 1975. How so? It’s ditching the traditional steel ladder chassis; the same basic design that has been in use within the non-V […]

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1968 Austin Vanden Plas – Project Profile

If, back in the day, your car had Vanden Plas written on the bootlid, you knew you were doing well for yourself. Vanden Plas started in the late-1800s by building axles and later, luxurious horse-drawn carriages. It wasn’t long, however, before vehicles started to receive the attention of the company’s founder, Guillaume van den Plas […]

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Toyota GR Supra – Car & Classic Review

There are a lot of problems for the new, reborn Toyota Supra to overcome. Firstly, there is a big, German elephant in the room. Yes, this car was co-developed with BMW. So what? So some of the switches, some of the chassis and associated components and of course, the engine, comes from the BMW stable. […]

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1967 Chevrolet Chevelle – Classified of the Week

The nights are drawing in and it’s generally pretty miserable outside. Time to brighten things up with something a little more vibrant. This stunning and very yellow 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu is definitely that. Buy this and nobody is going to miss you. The Chevelle is a big car to begin with, but when you […]

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Project ‘65 – Paint’s On!

One of the biggest highlights of any project or restoration is when the paint goes on. It’s all positive from there. There is no more welding, no more filling, no more prep. It’s a wondrous milestone to reach. So as you can imagine, we’re somewhat over the moon that our mighty 1965 Ford Cortina GT […]