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  • MG ZT BUYER’S GUIDE

    MG ZT BUYER’S GUIDE

    3rd December 2019

    The MG ZT was more than a Rover 75 in sports shoes. Much, much more. It was a performance saloon par excellence and today makes for a superb classic sporting bargain.

  • LAST SAAB SELLS FOR £37,500

    LAST SAAB SELLS FOR £37,500

    3rd December 2019

    The last Saab to leave the Tröllhattan factory has sold at auction in Sweden for SEK 465,000, or around £37,500.

  • ACE CAFE CAR MEETS

    ACE CAFE CAR MEETS

    2nd December 2019

    The Ace Cafe has announced its list of monthly car meets, bringing a wide mix of machinery to the historic London venue based just off the North Circular (A406).

  • ROOTES ARCHIVE CENTRE CLOSE TO TARGET

    ROOTES ARCHIVE CENTRE CLOSE TO TARGET

    2nd December 2019

    Just over four years have passed since Stirling Moss set the wheels in motion for the Rootes Archive Centre Trust to raise £185,000 towards a new building in which it could preserve the history of the Rootes Group, and now it’s almost paid for.

  • DUTCH SPEED LIMIT TO BE CUT?

    DUTCH SPEED LIMIT TO BE CUT?

    29th November 2019

    The daytime speed limit on Dutch motorways looks set to be cut to 100kph (62mph) in a bid to tackle a nitrogen oxide pollution crisis. The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, has taken what he has described as a “rotten measure” but a necessary one.

  • FLUX FINDS FUTURE CLASSICS

    FLUX FINDS FUTURE CLASSICS

    27th November 2019

    Over 400 classic car enthusiasts have been surveyed by insurance broker Adrian Flux, with the aim of finding out which cars they think will become the next generation of collectables.

  • ALVIS LOAN PROJECT

    ALVIS LOAN PROJECT

    26th November 2019

    On the Alvis stand in Hall 1 of the NEC this year, amongst the usual gleaming chromework and engineering marvels was a special 1949 Alvis TA14.