22nd March 2019
Ford’s challenger to the high-tech new Mini was the mechanically conventional Anglia with its glamorous transatlantic style. They’re now a sought-after classic Ford.
This Easter will see Motorfest move to its new home at Chetwynd Deer Park, Shropshire, for two days of family fun on April 21-22.
East Anglian Motor Auctions is back with another eclectic Classic and Retro Car Auction on March 30, which promises to be a haven for affordable heroes and dream cars alike. Whether buyers are looking for a usable daily, project or an investment, there should be something for everyone.
Three luxury cars dubbed the ‘Aristocars’ from episode four of the latest Top Gear series are to go on show as part of the World of Top Gear exhibition at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
Running an older car often goes hand-in-hand with careful budgeting. Part-worn tyres can be a smart money-saver, but as trading standards teams continue to discover and report, there is a pronounced risk for such customers.
Richard Edmonds auctions tend to generate quite a bit of interest, and their latest event on March 9 was no exception. As previewed earlier in the month, there was plenty on offer to stoke the interest of collectors and enthusiasts alike. A range of modern and older classics were present, with some truly special examples gaining particular attention.
The RAC is paying homage to the Report on Motoring by looking back at the results over the past 30 years providing a definitive study into the highlights of its findings.
The VolksWorld Show takes over Sandown Park, Esher this March 23/24 as thousands of the UK’s most impressive VWs come together for a two-day celebration of the iconic German brand. Here are 10 reasons why it’s a show you really don’t want to miss…
Hot on the heels of our story on car clubs embracing a younger generation comes a call to action from FIVA president, Patrick Rollet. Speaking at the recent Retro Classics event in Stuttgart, the Frenchman spoke of his concern for the longevity of the classic car scene, with not only a need to welcome younger owners, but also younger cars.
It was 30 years ago that Jaguar became a part of Ford and embarked upon what many regard as its most successful era of modern times.