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News: A TIMEWARP FORD FIESTA MK. I

It could almost be 1978 again, for this forty-three-year-old Ford Fiesta L on sale by Performance and Prestige Vehicle Solutions Ltd. has covered just 141 miles since new. In 1981 it was donated to the Science Museum, forming part of their displays until 2017.

News: MEET THE OWNER – STEPHEN LEWIS AND HIS HUMBER IMPERIAL

If you owned a new Humber Imperial in 1966, you were almost certainly one of the elite members of your local tennis club. Not only was it a car as imposing as James Robertson Justice in Doctor in Clover, but the list of standard fittings was also positively lavish.

News: BOND FILMS RETURNING TO THE BIG SCREEN

Many readers are already aware that the 25 Bond films are being re-screened in Vue and Odeon Cinemas across the UK and Ireland culminating in ‘James Bond Day’ on the 5 October.

Classic Fiat Insurance

Why choose Lancaster for a Fiat insurance quote? Lancaster has been arranging classic car insurance since 1984 and Fiat cars have formed a large part of our policies. These cars have been around for a long time and have become a great purchase for people. Not only do Fiat’s have that classic aura about them, they also have a timeless feel which is tough to match. We understand that when it comes to taking out an insurance policy on your Fiat, money is a deciding factor. We have built great relationships with car clubs and partners to provide as many benefits and discounts that we can to try and get the costs down a little.

News: GEMS FROM THE SAINSBURY’S ARCHIVE - SOUTHAMPTON 1977

The year is 1977, and the people of Southampton are still amazed by the recently opened Sainsbury’s hypermarket in the Lordshill district. Some say that this is the biggest news to hit the city since the Silver Jubilee celebrations or the FA Cup Victory of the previous year.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE SUZUKI WHIZZKID?

I recently had the pleasure of experiencing the SC100 “Whizzkid” in the metal – and I had forgotten just how small they are. There were moments when I was convinced that it was ankle-height and the Suzuki remains one of the few cars that makes an Austin A35 seem as large as a Ford Granada.

News: 50 YEARS OF THE HILLMAN AVENGER

The Hillman Avenger is one of the most uber-1970s cars that you are likely to encounter - one that firmly belongs to the realm of Fletcher Maths, How We Used To Live on ITV “Schools Television” and those strange “Pink Panther” chocolate bars from the corner newsagent.

News: THE LEYLAND CAR FROM DOWN UNDER – THE P76

At first sight, the P76 looks as though it belongs in the background of Prisoner Cell Block H, The Young Doctors or any other fine/dire soap opera made by Grundy Television.

News: Do You Remember - The Fiat 133

First point – despite the presence of Ms. Ursula Andress, a SEAT 133 conveys not one iota of glamour.

News: MEET THE OWNER – OLI BRETT’S 1967 MGB GT

‘Young people today eh? With their ghastly music, their taste in clothes, their air of disrespect to their elders and their habit of buying a 1967 MGB GT and subjecting it to an incredible restoration…’.

News: The Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show 2019

There it was on the Simca Club UK stand at Hall 5 of the NEC at the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show with Discovery last weekend.

News: Meet The Owner - The Pringle Family Triumph 1500

‘For most people, it brings them back to when they were learning to drive’ is just one response to the 1972 Triumph owned by Andrew Pringle’s father John.