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The Cotswolds would seem made for a road trip in a classic car. For one thing, it is – like your beloved classic itself – a beautiful and relatively unspoilt corner of England, where traditions (and we'll come to a few of those later) continue year after year.
One of the rarest versions of the Morris Marina was never available in the UK. 1973 saw the Australian-built Red Six debut, with power from a 2.6-litre version of the E-Series engine. Today, Don, who resides in New Zealand, owns a very rare example of one of BL’s most intriguing models.
Ninety years ago, Meccano Ltd. unveiled their range of ‘Hornby Modelled Miniatures’ as companions to their O Gauge railways. However, by April 1934, the firm branded them as ‘Dinky Toys’, and they dispensed with the suffix was dropped in the following year.
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.
The 31st of December 2020 marked the end of Holden cars, and of all the models made during their long history, the EH has a fair claim to being one of the most important. When it debuted in August if 1963, it offered room for six, a choice of two new ‘Red’ engines and a sense of quasi-American glamour that was not over the top.
“You make me feel like Spring has sprung”, sang the late great Frank Sinatra and at Lancaster we recognise and identify with ol’ blue eyes, once the proud owner of an orange metallic 1969 Lamborghini Miura.