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News: Meet the Owner: Geoff Taylor and his 1978 Austin Allegro 1500 Special LE

Limited edition cars tend to fall into one of three categories. There are those made to commemorate the demise of a long-running or even iconic model. There are those built to clear the showrooms before the launch of a significant new model or at least an elaborate facelift.

News: MEET THE OWNER – MELISSA JARDINE AND HER NISSAN LAUREL C31

Melissa Jardine’s fascination with the Laurel stemmed from her family’s old car. In 1993 her father exchanged the Nissan for a base-model Ford Sierra, but such a fine vehicle could never be forgotten.

News: What's a limited-slip differential?

You may or may not be familiar with the phrase 'limited-slip differential' (or limited-slip diff, or more simply LSD). If you've spent much time around either 4x4s or sports cars, however, the chances are that you may be familiar with the concept.

News: MEET THE OWNER - ROBERT CRAWFORD AND HIS SAAB GT850

Fifty-five years ago, a 14-year old motor enthusiast named Robert Crawford was moderately awestruck by his father’s new car; a dark blue 96 ordered from the Ayr dealership Cambuslea Garage.

News: 10 cars that epitomise French style

Here are 10 cars that, for us, illustrate the French way of doing things. You can find more brilliant French cars in our list of the 30 best French classic cars.

News: MEET THE OWNER – IAN MACKENZIE AND HIS FORD FIESTA XR2 MK.I

“I bought it two years ago - I’d just finished a six-year restoration of my Mark III Wolseley Hornet and decided to sell it, so wanted something different from my usual BMC/BL fare. It was on eBay as a classified in Cheshire, so only just over the Pennines from me.”

News: For the Discerning Owner; The Bristol 407

Sixty years ago, ownership of a new 407 denoted a rare combination of exquisite taste and access to a large amount of funds. It was an understated machine that appeared to stand apart from the Aston Martin DB4, Bentley Continental or Jensen 541S.

News: Best classic road trips near London

Sometimes you’ve just got to get out of the city, haven’t you? And the good news, if you’re based anywhere around London, is that you are blessed with dozens of tempting day-trip options. Within two hours of the capital you’ll find beautiful old university cities, quaint half-timbered market towns, elegant riverside villages – and so much more.

News: Meet the Owner - David Sefton and his Jaguar Mk X

David Sefton says: “The Mk X feels quick, planted to the road and makes for a smooth ride over what are my local and incredibly knobbly and potholed ridden roads (very much representative of the UK’s roads as a whole).

News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE ORIGINAL PROTON?

The 1988 Motor Show at the NEC marked the arrival of a new marque to British motorists, albeit one whose products resembled a 1983 Mitsubishi Lancer Fiore. Here was a car that promised “Japanese Technology, Malaysian Style”, at a very reasonable price.

News: Our favourite classic Skodas

Like some other classic car brands – hello Triumph, Rover, Peugeot – the Czech automotive giant Skoda started out producing bicycles. For much of the 20th Century, however, Skoda produced a series of well-liked, affordable cars for the Czech domestic market and beyond.

News: Our top 10 ‘must do’ Classic Motor Show activities!

There’s only two more days to go until the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show 2021 opens this Friday 12th November. To help you decide whether or not to book a last minute ticket for the event , we’ve compiled our top 10 list of activities that will be taking place at the show over the weekend...