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News: Z CARS AT SIXTY

Exactly 60 years ago, the BBC broadcast a new police drama series that would go on to capture the imagination of the viewing public. It featured some of the most recognisable vehicles in TV history as Andrew Roberts explains…

News: THE AUSTIN 1800: A CELEBRATION

Any visitor to the 1964 Earls Court Motor Show looking for reasonably priced but imposing four-cylinder transport had a choice of five models.

News: TOP FIVE CARRY ON FILM CARS

The Carry On film remains a staple of Bank Holiday television, affording plenty of opportunities to marvel at how the pictures rarely strayed five miles beyond Pinewood. Of course, they also frequently contained some rather interesting cars…

News: MEET THE OWNER: EDWARD ARMSTRONG AND HIS POLICE AUSTIN MINI COOPER S MK. II

There are those rare occasions when your rare and desirable classic turns out to be even rarer and more desirable than you first imagined. For example, 37 years ago, Edward acquired a 1969 Austin Mini Cooper S Mk.

News: The Austin A110 Westminster at Sixty

When BMC introduced its second generation of ‘Big Farinas’ in late 1961, the Austin A110 Westminster immediately appealed to the nation’s bank managers. It was more formal than a Ford Zodiac Mk.

News: THE WORLD’S RAREST WEDGE?

W.B. and Sons Ltd. have a truly exclusive British car at its auction on the 4th of December 2021. Chassis Number 00099 is the first ‘Wedge’ made on the production line, and it was immediately despatched from Cowley to Longbridge to assess the production line’s build quality.

News: MEET THE OWNER – CAMERON BURNS AND HIS MORRIS 1800

After recently succumbing to the lure of the ‘Landcrab’, Cameron Burns bought himself an 1800 Mk 3. His Morris was fitted with several decadent extras: reclining front seats, hazard warning lights, an alternator and a heated rear screen.

News: THE MORRIS 1800S: A CELEBRATION

It is early 1969, and you have it all; the Scott Walker hairstyle, the Paisley shirt and a Ford Cortina GT Mk. II. Yet, you are beaten by a Morris 1800 bearing an ‘S’ logo on the boot at the traffic lights. What is the world coming to?

News: 17 of the best four-door classics

Here's a quick thought experiment. In your head, make a list of five to 10 of the most beautiful or iconic classic cars ever made. Done? Chances are that names such as the Jaguar E-Type, Alfa 33 Stradale, Citroen DS, Lamborghini Miura and Maserati Ghibli may have made an appearance.

News: 40 YEARS OF THE AUSTIN AMBASSADOR

With twenty facts to celebrate this memorable car:

News: NEC SHOW REPORT

It is always a pleasurable challenge to encapsulate the experience of attending this years’ NEC Practical Classics Car & Restoration Show– especially after such a long absence. Here are just a few impressions but there could be so many others

News: 20 front-wheel drive classics

In the early decades of motoring, almost all cars adopted the rear-wheel drive principle, with the back wheels propelling the car while the front wheels handled the steering.