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News: Can you tow with a classic car?

Think back, for a minute, to your childhood days spent vehicle-watching through the windows of your parents’ car. Do you remember which cars you would commonly see hauling caravans or heavy trailers around the British countryside?

News: THE LAST OF THE WOLSELEYS: A TRIBUTE

Forty-six years ago, Clive Richardson of Motor Sport compared the recently launched Citroën CX with a new British rival. He concluded:“If the Citroën was worthy of the ‘Car of the Year’ award, the credit must go to the CX 2200; the 2000 has too many pitfalls.

News: MEET THE OWNER: STEVE BAXTER AND HIS AUSTIN A55 CAMBRIDGE MK. II

Any Austin A55 Cambridge Mk. II is a splendid machine, but Steve’s example is particularly notable as his granddad purchased it new in 1961...

News: Six of our favourite classics from American Graffiti

Some films define a generation. Other films perfectly evoke a bygone age. A third, rare class of films manages a balancing act between the two – both crystallising a past era and reflecting on its own age, and perhaps even drawing parallels between the two.

News: Classic car paint colours

Whether it's a fierce red evoking white-knuckle motorsport success, or a suave 1960s silver that instantly conjures up evildoers defeated and Martinis shaken, not stirred, some of those classic motors just need to be seen in a certain colour.

News: Classic military vehicles we love

You'll know by now that we love our classic cars here at Lancaster, and are proud to be able to provide classic car insurance for many of the wonderful motors that still adorn Britain's roads and driveways today.

News: Best Alpine drives

The Alps are home to some of Europe's most dramatic scenery – and many of the winding mountain roads that snake through them make for thrilling, engaging drives.

News: Meet the Owner: Geoff Taylor and his 1978 Austin Allegro 1500 Special LE

Limited edition cars tend to fall into one of three categories. There are those made to commemorate the demise of a long-running or even iconic model. There are those built to clear the showrooms before the launch of a significant new model or at least an elaborate facelift.

News: ‘Puff the Magic Wagon’ stars with Lancaster Insurance at the 2021 Classic Motor Show

Lancaster Insurance will embrace the post Covid state of excitement amongst classic car enthusiasts from all over the world, as the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show hits the NEC this November. In its ninth year as headline sponsor, Lancaster Insurance will watch the sensational ‘Puff the Magic Wagon’ take centre stage at stand 250 in Hall One.

News: How to preserve the value of your classic car

The age and condition of their various components means that classics will need a little more care and attention if they are to retain that vintage sparkle that you love them for.

News: MEET THE OWNER – MELISSA JARDINE AND HER NISSAN LAUREL C31

Melissa Jardine’s fascination with the Laurel stemmed from her family’s old car. In 1993 her father exchanged the Nissan for a base-model Ford Sierra, but such a fine vehicle could never be forgotten.

News: THE AUSTIN A30 AT SEVENTY

The year is 1951, and one of the star attractions of the London Motor Show is the latest small Austin. Countless visitors to Earls Court marvelled at the ‘chassis less’ construction – a ‘first’ for Longbridge, the smart lines and the new 803cc OHV engine.