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  • CW OPINION – DECLINE OF THE AUTOJUMBLE

    CW OPINION – DECLINE OF THE AUTOJUMBLE

    17th December 2016

    The scene is one familiar to the majority of classic car enthusiasts- a battered trestle table bending under the weight of the contents of someone’s garage. Mysterious mechanical parts in grease paper and odd collections of hubcaps sit next to…

  • CW OPINION – GOING HALVES ON A VW GOLF

    CW OPINION – GOING HALVES ON A VW GOLF

    17th December 2016

    It’s quite possible I’ve posed this question before, nevertheless, it will be posed again (basically, because it provides a source of light entertainment). Do you know the difference between insurance and assurance? Don’t cheat and resort to a dictionary or…

  • Modern Classics insurance crisis

    Modern Classics insurance crisis

    14th December 2016

    A growing number of ‘modern classics’ – cars on the cusp of historic vehicle status – are being refused cover by classic insurers.

  • Classic MoT Extension?

    Classic MoT Extension?

    10th December 2016

    Historic vehicles over 40 years old could soon be exempt from annual MoT testing, dependent on the outcome of a Department for Transport (DfT) consultation...

  • Land Rover Reborn Experience

    Land Rover Reborn Experience

    7th December 2016

    Land Rover Classic has decided to open its doors, allowing visitors to go behind the scenes and see the restoration of an early Land Rover live...

  • Are Lotus for sale?

    Are Lotus for sale?

    5th December 2016

    Rumours persist that Lotus will soon be up for sale as its parent company Proton struggles to pay the bills.

  • Longbridge assembly comes to an end

    Longbridge assembly comes to an end

    1st December 2016

    Car assembly at the historic Longbridge factory – home of Austin and adopted plant of MG – finished on Friday, September 23, ending a 110-year chapter of British automotive history. BBC News has confirmed there will be 25 redundancies.