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News: MEET THE OWNER – PETER COBB AND HIS MGB LE ROADSTER

Peter Cobb finds the best aspect of driving his MG ‘is when you get it out on the B-roads in Surrey where I live, with the hood down it transports me back to the ‘eighties.’

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE LEA-FRANCIS LYNX?

The 1960 Earls Court Motor Show was the venue for the re-appearance of one of Britain’s most famous car marques. This famous concern, well known for its vintage sports cars, makes a welcome return to motor manufacturing with a roadster of distinctive styling to say the least.

News: DVD OF THE WEEK – RETURN OF THE SAINT

Return of the Saint was the last of the ITC ‘International Man of Mystery’ series and the only one that I can recall seeing on its first airing, probably because of the opening credits. Who could not be enthralled by the instrumental theme tune by Brian Dee and Irving Martin as an animated Saint logo evaded irate stuntmen and leapt from Bedford TK lorries into MGB Roadsters?

News: A history of British Leyland

It's probably fair to say that the name 'British Leyland' conjures up mixed associations these days – pride in the postwar boom years of British motor manufacturing, to be sure, and in some iconic individual cars such as the Range Rover and Jaguar XJ-S.

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 journey of a classic car from its first version to present day: MGB

We chart the ups, downs and ups of the MGB. From shiny new car, through unloved second-hand bargain, to all-time classic

News: All about the new Electric MGB GT

There’s been a slew of electrified classic cars to hit the market recently, with manufacturers including Aston Martin and Volkswagen all trying to perfect the formula for blending classic looks of the past with a motor that’s fit for the zero-carbon future. The latest attempt to nail the formula comes from British company RBW with an electrified take on the MGB.

News: FIVE BRITISH LEYLAND SPECIAL EDITION CARS

The Special LE made its bow on the 5th of April 1978, for £2,965.95. For this modest sum, the buyer gained five-speed transmission, Sundym tinted glass, a passenger door mirror, a lockable fuel cap, a push-button radio, a tachometer and a leather-covered steering wheel.

News: FIVE BRITISH LEYLAND SPECIAL EDITION CARS

FIVE BRITISH LEYLAND SPECIAL EDITION CARS Or five familiar Leyland cars in very exclusive guises…

News: Legal cover. Is it worth adding to your policy?

It’s bad enough being involved in an accident, but if your injured and it’s not your fault, you could be left facing massive bills not always covered by your normal motor policy.

News: Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix Part One

The Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix was a busy weekend as I raced solo in the Classic F3 Championship and with Ben in the Historic Formula Ford Championship and Guards Trophy. We’ll be recapping the jam packed meet in the next few blogs!

News: Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix Part Two

Part two of the Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix takes a look at racing action in the Classic F3 – Chevron B34 and below is a review by Max Bartell.