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News: 1948 – THE YEAR MODERN MOTORING BEGAN?

Many of you will have already heard of the first ever production Land-Rover that went on display at the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall

News: Lancaster Insurance focuses on their car club family at the Classic Motor Show

Lancaster Insurance, headline sponsor of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show with Discovery, has announced its stand (Hall 1-250) will be focusing on car clubs, the heartbeat of the industry.

News: Do You Remember – The British International Motor Show at the NEC?

For me, the 1980s was the era of the British International Motor Show with five shows that took place between leaving junior school and starting university. There was always that sense of anticipation – plus various brochures to be collected!

News: NEWSREELS OF THE WEEK – WINTER MOTORING

Or, how to motor in the snow with cross-ply tyres, a six-volt electrical system, and wearing your stoutest hat, scarf and overcoat…

News: 40 Years of the Rover SD1

If you are of a certain vintage – i.e. old enough to remember Watney’s Party Seven, Richard O’Sullivan in Man About the House, and the summer of 1976 - you will probably remember the first time you encountered the new SD1 series Rover 3500 some forty years ago.

News: Design Icon – The Range Rover

Many of us have a mental shortlist of those prime classic cars where form and function coalesce to create a genuinely ground-breaking vehicle. The sale on the 29th October by Coys of Kensington of the first production Range Rover for £115, 000 is a very timely reminder of an automotive design so magnificent that one was even exhibited in the Louvre as an ‘outstanding piece of modern sculpture’. - Written by Andy Roberts

News: Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show Sets New Record For 2016

Motoring enthusiasts flocked to the NEC, Birmingham at the weekend for the UK’s biggest indoor classic motoring celebration, setting a new record as around 71,000 people attended this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show.

News: ADRIAN FELL AND HIS 1964 LAND-ROVER FIRE ENGINE

To restore a Land-Rover Fire Engine is a significant achievement – especially one that was once used by your father. Lees Fell worked for the Aylesbury printing firm Hazell, Watson and Viney where 16 members of its staff doubled as part-time firemen.

News: SUMMER MOTORING – 1970S STYLE

As the summer approaches, here are seven recollections about the joys of holiday motoring during the 1970s

News: Overnight restrictions lifted for motorhome and campervan users in England

UPDATE: the latest advice from the government yesterday makes it clear that camp sites and caravan parks in England can open from 4th July, if they are Covid-secure.

News: How to manage on-board water in your motorhome

Read on for our quick guide to water in your motorhome. And remember – a good water system is just one of the motorhome essentials you need to put in place.

News: MEET THE OWNER – TIM LEECH AND HIS ROVER V8S

Forty-one years ago, the sight of a new Rover V8S in the company car park was a sign that its owner had ‘arrived’.