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  • TRIUMPH TR3 BUYER’S GUIDE

    TRIUMPH TR3 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 12th April 2019

    Sophistication doesn't come into it with this '50s Triumph, but with its Spartan, no-frills nature comes unadulterated driver enjoyment.

  • KELSEY PROJECTS HEAD TO AUCTION

    KELSEY PROJECTS HEAD TO AUCTION

    Matt Bell on 3rd April 2019

    We love to buy classic cars here, as evidenced by the variety of old motors filling the office car park. But sadly, we can’t keep them all if we want to be able to reach the front door. That’s why two of the fleet will be among the consignments at SWVA’s next classic car auction when it takes place later this month.

  • CAR CLUBS EMBRACING A NEW GENERATION

    CAR CLUBS EMBRACING A NEW GENERATION

    Matt Bell on 15th March 2019

    Not only do traditional classic car clubs do a great job of preserving our motoring heritage, they provide employment for a significant number of people and a social space for thousands upon thousands of members.

  • PALE IMITATION OR WORTHY SUCCESSOR?

    PALE IMITATION OR WORTHY SUCCESSOR?

    Matt Bell on 28th February 2019

    Landmark vehicles always create a problem for manufacturers; just how do you follow that initial success? Here we take a look at some significant classics and ask whether what followed was actually good enough

  • TRIUMPH 2000 GATHERING

    TRIUMPH 2000 GATHERING

    Matt Bell on 25th February 2019

    Whereas other car clubs just have a national day, or weekend at a fixed venue, the Triumph 2000 Register makes a week of it and chooses a different location each year.

  • INTERNATIONAL MG AND TRIUMPH SPARES DAY

    INTERNATIONAL MG AND TRIUMPH SPARES DAY

    Matt Bell on 25th February 2019

    This year’s International MG and Triumph spares day on February 10 proved to be pretty cold, so respect is due to all those hardy souls who turned out to staff their club stands.

  • TRIUMPH SPITFIRE BUYING GUIDE

    TRIUMPH SPITFIRE BUYING GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 20th February 2019

    Based on the compact Herald saloon, the Triumph Spitfire was Triumph’s attempt to take on the Austin Healey Sprite and the new MG Midget. Here's what you need to know before buying one.

  • MARKET TRENDS – SEPARATE-CHASSIS TRIUMPHS

    MARKET TRENDS – SEPARATE-CHASSIS TRIUMPHS

    Matt Bell on 30th January 2019

    Small Triumphs make one of the best starter classic breeds in the business. But you needn’t settle for a saloon, there are plenty of sporting options too. In this Market Trends we explore four separate-chassis Triumphs; the Herald, Vitesse, Spitfire and GT6.

  • MG AND TRIUMPH SPARES DAY

    MG AND TRIUMPH SPARES DAY

    Matt Bell on 17th January 2019

    Fans of two iconic British sports car brands will gather at Stoneleigh Park for popular annual International MG and Triumph Spares Day on February 10.

  • IN THE SPOTLIGHT: TRIUMPH GT6

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT: TRIUMPH GT6

    Matt Bell on 8th January 2019

    The poor mans E-Type and the overlooked Triumph, why isn't the GT6 appreciated more? We take a quick look at its history.

  • CLASSICS WORLD OPINION: THE CLASS OF ’59

    CLASSICS WORLD OPINION: THE CLASS OF ’59

    Matt Bell on 8th January 2019

    Exactly six decades ago, the British motor industry was about to enter one of its most important years – and not just in terms of new-model launches. Paul Guinness explains…