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News: The tools every classic owner should have in their garage

A large part of the joy of classic car ownership is the restoration and ongoing care. Rescuing tired old motors and bringing them back to their former glory; devoting regular Sunday afternoons to keeping your vintage car in show condition: these experiences are what owning a classic is all about.

News: 25 reasons to own an electric classic car

It's clear that the electric car movement is gathering pace, with cars like the Tesla Model 3, Kia e-Niro, Volkswagen ID and Nissan Leaf now familiar sights on our roads. This is good news, because electric cars are, on balance, better for the planet than their petrol or diesel counterparts.

News: MEET THE OWNER – RYAN DAYNES AND HIS DATSUN SUNNY 1200

“I came across it locally for sale with another Datsun Enthusiast - he had purchased the car from the original lady owner who bought it new after learning to drive. She kept it for 42 years so must have liked the car and felt that it met all her needs”.

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: 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 brilliant buys from the '70s

The 1970s brought us some fabulous cars – many of them now undisputed classics commanding huge fees on the used car market. However, a whole other tranche of '70s motors are now nudging towards classic status, yet still relatively affordable.

News: THE BMW 5 SERIES AT FIFTY

And so to another anniversary this April newsletter, as the iconic BMW takes centre stage. Form temporary, class permanent so the saying goes, as Andrew Roberts explains.

News: THE RELIANT SCIMITAR GTE – A CELEBRATION

When Reliant announced the GTE to the press in August 1968 there was, quite simply no other British car like it. The MGC GT may have been over £400 cheaper and had a similar sized engine to the Scimitar’s 3-litre ‘Essex’ unit, but it was less well-appointed.

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.

News: 20 rear-wheel drive classics

Front-wheel or rear-wheel drive? That's been one of the liveliest debates over the course of motor manufacturing history. Each format brings its own advantages. For example, front-wheel-drive (FWD) cars tend to have slightly simpler engineering than their rear-driven counterparts.

News: What is the London Concours event?

Presented by high-end watchmakers Montres Breguet, the London Concours is a luxurious automotive garden party that takes place right in the heart of the City of London every summer.

News: 15 of the best classic Rovers

Here are our favourite Rovers of all time. These are all important cars from a hugely significant British brand – and all now deserve the protection of classic car insurance.