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30 YEARS OF THE MG MAESTRO TURBO

It is a mark of time passing that police officers seem extraordinarily young, that you start complaining that modern music is ‘a racket’ – and that you realise the MG Maestro Turbo is now 30 years old.

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NEWSREELS OF THE WEEK – PROMOTING THE GOODS

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Andy Roberts

In addition to presenting the events of the day to patrons of ABC or Odeon cinemas before the ice creams went on sale, newsreel companies often specialised in producing short corporate promotional features.

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50 YEARS OF THE MERCEDES-BENZ W114 AND W115

There are some cars whose line-ups make the plot of the average Alfred Hitchcock film appear comparatively straightforward, and the W114/W115 range belongs in this elite category along with the Citroën DS and the Triumph 1300/1500/Toledo/Dolomite.

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What a Year 2018 has been!

What a year 2018 has been; we’ve run our first ever prize giveaway, attended even more events than ever and taken part in another amazing Guinness World Record attempt! Click the link to read more.

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JAMES RAILTON - AND THE NISSAN CEDRIC THAT CAME IN FROM THE COLD

Written by
Andy Roberts

“I’ve always been a Japanese car guy. My first car was a 1983 Suzuki SJ410, and I have had a 1985 Mazda 323 RWD estate, Suzuki SC100 and 1998 Subaru Impreza etc. I had been looking for a large classic Japanese estate car for a while and when I saw the Cedric, I had to get it”.

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THE HAPPY EATER REVISITED

My recent celebration of the Little Chef had prompted me to return to its fiercest rival, for you cannot think of dining on the move during the 1970s and 1980s without also thinking of the Happy Eater.

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40 YEARS OF THE OPEL MONZA

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Andy Roberts

40 years ago, British motorists were introduced to a coupe that was not only one of the most luxurious cars to bear the Opel badge and a fastback alternative to the Senator saloon but the ideal grand tourer for the professional who could afford a BMW – but who decided not to.

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