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News: Introducing our Club of the Month - the Imp Club, keeping this national icon alive!

“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.

News: 25 endangered classics

The BMW E30, the first-gen Mazda MX-5, the Mini: all classic cars from decades past that you will still see in decent numbers on the roads today. Some old cars just survive well like this, whether it's thanks to a cult following (the E30), doing something extremely well (the MX-5) or just being chock full of charm and character (the Mini).

News: A CAR FOR THE LADIES – THE STRANGE STORY OF THE DODGE LA FEMME

1950s Detroit publicity often reads like a parody of Mad Men – none less so than the car “By Special Appointment to Her Majesty... the American Woman”.

News: THE TRIUMPH ACCLAIM – AN APPRECIATION

This year marks the 40th anniversary of one of the most important cars to bear the Triumph badge. When the Acclaim made its bow on the 7th October 1981, it pioneered Japanese involvement in the British motor industry. It was also the right car launched at the right time – an accolade not shared by many other BL products.

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 ORIGINAL TOYOTA CELICA; A CELEBRATION

One of the many highlights of this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show was the opportunity to marvel at the first-generation Celica.

News: THE EDSEL REVISITED

The year is 1957, and the venue is the internal launch party for the Edsel. There Robert McNamara, the General Manager of the Ford division, tells the advertising guru Fairfax Cone that the company is already planning its demise even before the first customers took delivery. It did not augur well for the new marque.

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.”

News: THE TRIUMPH TR8 REMEMBERED

Forty one years ago, production ended of one of the great post-war British sports cars. One US motoring journalist wrote, ‘I didn’t think they’d ever make cars like that again, but the Triumph TR8 reminds me why I fell in love with cars in the first place’. Countless other enthusiasts feel the same way.

News: Drive In Revisited

Drive In was Thames Television’s prestige motoring programme, commencing in 1972. The footage kindly uploaded to YouTube by Pearson describes the changing face of motoring in the 1970s.

News: Best car factory tours in the UK and Europe

For many true petrolheads, buying, owning, driving and maintaining a car – while hugely rewarding – isn't quite enough. No, if you are a genuine car nut, you want to go a bit further than this – you want to see how these marvels of technology and locomotion actually come into existence.