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Bring Back Repair Culture…

Where, exactly, did it all go wrong? Was it the advent of the smartphone? Was it the slow, societal shift into believing everything is disposable? Has it just been an increase in laziness? I don’t know what ground zero was, but the fact remains that these days we just don’t fix things. At the first […]

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Five Must-Have Storage Solutions

The problem with having an old car is that you invariably end up collecting lots of parts, lots of tools and lots of other classic car associated paraphernalia, but we seldom acquire more space in which to house all these things. That’s why you need to play things smart and capitalise on the space you […]

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Stay Toasty – Five Winter Workshop Warmers

Classic cars don’t have the MET Office app. If they did, they might show a bit of restraint when it comes to breaking down. If they knew it was minus three and blowing a gale outside, they might decide to break down when it’s warmer instead. Sadly though, cars have no concept of weather and […]

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Five Must-Have Time-Saving Tools

Life is busy, so when we do find the time to tinker with our beloved classic cars, there is nothing wrong with wanting to maximise that time. We want to be productive and get stuff done, not spend three hours fighting with one particular bolt, or looking for the screwdriver we could have sworn we […]

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Five Gadgets Every Garage Should Have

As much as we would all love to have a fully specced workshop with a four point lift and a professional grade tool chest chock full of the best Snap-On gear money can buy most of us are unfortunately limited by space and/or budget when it comes to garage facilities and so the Edd China […]