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News: MEET THE COLLECTOR – CRAIG DONALD AND HIS FIAT 132 FLEET

A few classic car enthusiasts accumulate a collection of vehicles that make a Lamborghini Miura appear vaguely ordinary by comparison through a combination of hard work, patience, and dedication.

News: MEET THE OWNER – JOHN LANGFORD AND HIS TWO MG MAGNETTE FARINAS

To own one MG Magnette ‘Farina’ would be a sufficient distinction for many a classic car enthusiast – but not John Langford. We recently featured his white 1964 example, which is stunning in appearance and one of the rarest post-war cars to wear the famous Octagon badge.

News: Gadgets and classics - from fog lights to dash cams!

Whether it’s a dash cam or a digital radio, many classic car enthusiasts who take their cars out for long country road trips, choose to add a few modern accessories to their vehicles, so that they can listen to their favourite tunes or provide extra cover should an accident happen.

News: THE MG METRO AT FORTY

On 5th May 1982, British Leyland announced the latest version of the Metro – one bearing a name not seen on a new car since 1979. As the advertisements promised, it was time to “Fasten Your Seat Belts”.

News: Club of the month: The Fiat Motor Club (GB)

This month we’re venturing across the Mediterranean and heading to sunnier climes, as the focus of our ‘Club of the Month’ is the iconic and much-loved Fiat!

News: MEET THE OWNER – STEPHEN DAWES AND HIS ONE FAMILY FROM NEW FIAT 124

Sometimes, when writing about classic cars, you come across a vehicle that is incredibly rare – so rare, in fact, that you cannot remember seeing one on the road in the past three decades. Stephen Dawes’s 124 is not only one of the very few examples left; it is also a one-family-from new Fiat.

News: CELEBRATING THE MG 1300 MK. II

The 1969 Motor test of the MG 1300 Mk II was headlined “At last – real performance”, and in the previous year, Autocar found it “great fun to drive”. They also regarded it as “refined and gentlemanly and will serve equally well the enthusiast driver and his not so enthusiastic wife”.

News: THE VW TREKKER – A CELEBRATION

The year is 1974, Volkswagen GB has initiated a competitor to re-name their latest import, the 182. The winner was a Mr. Nigel Purden of the Midlands with his suggestion of ‘Trekker’ – and it would be fair to say it was virtually sans rivals in the UK.

News: THE REMARKABLE DAIMLER ONE-O-FOUR LADIES MODEL

The 1950s so often appear to be another world – the National Anthem played at the end of cinema bills, newsagents selling Woodbines and The Daily Herald…and vehicles aimed exclusively at the female driver.

News: THE CITROEN DYANE 6 – A CELEBRATION

There is a strong case for suggesting the Dyane is one of the finest family cars of its generation. Here is a Citroën that offers all of the 2CV’s virtues – but with the bonus of a tailgate.

News: DENNIS WATERMAN 24TH FEBRUARY 1948 – 8TH MAY 2022

Dennis Waterman was a part of the lives of several generations of Britons. For some, he will be the Triumph Stag driving former Detective-Inspector Gerry Standing of New Tricks.

News: Meet the Owner - Nicholas Harries and his Humber Sceptre

When the Rootes Group unveiled the Humber Sceptre in 1963, they modestly proclaimed “Never before has there been a car so superbly equipped…with such performance…at so modest a price.”