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  • DEBUGGING CLASSIC CAR MYTHS

    DEBUGGING CLASSIC CAR MYTHS

    Paul Wager on 7th May 2020

    We debug some of the classic car myths, rumours and received wisdom that would catch out the unwary classic car writer. 

  • ANNIVERSARIES CELEBRATED ON REGENT STREET

    ANNIVERSARIES CELEBRATED ON REGENT STREET

    Matt Bell on 28th October 2019

    The celebrations for Regent Street and it's 200 years at the heart of London continue with the country’s biggest free-to-view car spectacle next month, and to add to the anniversary feel, the milestone birthdays of no fewer than five British motoring industry icons will be commemorated.

  • MK2 FORD ESCORT TO BE REBORN

    MK2 FORD ESCORT TO BE REBORN

    Matt Bell on 19th August 2019

    The iconic Mk2 Ford Escort could be going back into production if a plan by a British partnership comes to fruition.

  • LISTER CLASSICS LAUNCHED

    LISTER CLASSICS LAUNCHED

    Matt Bell on 15th July 2019

    The Lister Motor Company has launched its latest division, Lister Classics, catering for a comprehensive range of used Lister cars as well as a number of modern classics from other marques.

  • BLINDED BY THE HEADLIGHTS

    BLINDED BY THE HEADLIGHTS

    Matt Bell on 1st July 2019

    Being dazzled by ridiculously bright headlights is a situation that many classic car drivers will relate to, especially when at the wheel of smaller, low-slung vehicles.

  • ACOUSTIC CAMERAS PROPOSED – NOISE NOT ALOUD

    ACOUSTIC CAMERAS PROPOSED – NOISE NOT ALOUD

    Matt Bell on 24th June 2019

    New cameras are currently being tested that can detect if your car is too noisy. The Department for Transport is trailing the ‘acoustic cameras’ over the next seven months in several locations – and they could ultimately lead to fines for owners of loud vehicles if the technology is developed.

  • YOUNG DRIVERS UNABLE TO PERFORM BASIC CHECKS

    YOUNG DRIVERS UNABLE TO PERFORM BASIC CHECKS

    Matt Bell on 21st May 2019

    New research suggests that older is wider when to car maintenance, with half of young people unaware of how to perform the most basic checks on their car.

  • COMING DOWN HARD: HARD-TOP CONVERTIBLES

    COMING DOWN HARD: HARD-TOP CONVERTIBLES

    Matt Bell on 10th May 2019

    When is a convertible not a convertible? When it’s also a coupe… We look at a selection of hard ‘soft’ tops to check out how you can enjoy the best of both worlds.

  • THE MILEAGE GAME

    THE MILEAGE GAME

    Matt Bell on 9th May 2019

    Anyone who has ever used one of the old-style Glass’s Guide books will know that for almost as long as anyone can remember, mileage has been the absolute key to a vehicle’s value. It’s still true today where modern cars are concerned, despite the advances in technology and lubricants that mean most cars produced in the last 20 years are capable of clocking up enormous mileages without wearing out.

  • CELEBRATING THE UNEXCEPTIONAL ANNIVERSARIES

    CELEBRATING THE UNEXCEPTIONAL ANNIVERSARIES

    Matt Bell on 30th April 2019

    The 2019 Festival of the Unexceptional (or FOTU) will be held for the sixth year in succession on Saturday, July 20. Originally staged by insurance specialist Hagerty back in 2014 as the first event of its kind in Europe – to celebrate the ordinary, everyday cars that have now all but disappeared – the light-hearted gathering has already achieved cult status.