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News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE RENAULT 8 & 10?

Back in the mists of time, when The Goodies on BBC2 represented a highlight of the week, our family car was a very second-hand 1964 Renault R8.

News: Lancaster Insurance gears up for GTI International

On 2nd - 3rd June, VWs will be out in full force for the annual GTI International. Taking place at Rockingham Race Circuit in Northampton, Lancaster Insurance will be attending the event for the first time.

News: Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars Show 2018

This Sunday (15th July) is the Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars Show 2018 which is taking place in the picturesque grounds of Sherborne Castle. Once again we’re thrilled to be headline sponsor.

News: Sarah Sullivan review – MGOC Championship, Thruxton meet

Not only was it a really hot weekend but coupled with the World Cup and F1 it meant there was a very small grid of 14 cars - there is usually double that!

News: Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars 2018 Review

We’re thrilled to announce that a record number of over 12,000 people attended this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic & Supercars show, up 20% from the last one day event in 2016!

News: Best classic car shows of 2020

The start of a new year means a whole heap of new and exciting car shows to put in your calendar.

News: CHRIS GUNBY’S 1964 TRIUMPH HERALD COURIER

‘I wanted to prove a point – that what matters with a concurs restoration is how the job is carried out. That applies to the most basic of cars – and a grey van as basic as it gets!’.

News: ‘I AM NOT A NUMBER!’ – THE PRISONER MOKE

As the 60th anniversary of the Mini will soon be with us, it is fascinating to consider its impact on cinema and television.

News: MEMORIES OF A “CAPRI GIRL”

Car marketing techniques of the past have a fascination of their own, from the “Mars Bar” Austin Maxis of 1969 to the “Getaway People” who favour National Benzole fuel in their Gordon-Keeble and, of course, the Esso Tiger. Dagenham promoted the Anglia 105E via beer mats that celebrated ‘The World’s Most Exiting Light Car’, and Yugo cars were allegedly ‘In a Class of Their Own’.

News: CELEBRATING CAR CLUBS – THE FIAT MOTOR CLUB

For many years, I have been an enthusiast of Fiats of all ages, shapes and sizes. The sight of that police 2300 Berlina in a re-screening of After The Fox made me crave its tail-finned magnificence and one of the highlights of any 1970s “Poliziottesco” film is the sheer number of 124s in the background of the mean streets of Rome.

News: Do You Remember - The Renault Dauphine Minicabs

The Renault Dauphine was not the first minicab to operate in the UK, for that honour goes to the Ford Anglia 105Es used by Carline Cabs, but they almost certainly enjoyed the highest profile.