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Medcalf Vintage Bentley – Open Day

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Medcalf Vintage Bentley – Open Day

At their premises, in Liss, Hampshire those inspired by Bentley’s from the twenties and thirties gathered at the premises of William Medcalf to grab a chance to look around and quite simply be inspired.

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 15

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 15

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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Detroit – A Century Past

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Detroit – A Century Past

Whilst President Trump vows to revitalise the American auto industry, a collection of images offer an insight into Ford car manufacture from 1917.

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Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – Classic Car Marketplace

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Chevrolet Corvette Stingray – Classic Car Marketplace

Here at Classic car mag.net we enjoy watching the classic market and think it’s time to detail some of the vehicles you can purchase right now. We also want open our sales room to readers; offering you the option of advertising your classic by producing a small write up and pictures. Its free to all and contact can be made through our web site or facebook page where we can advise on the transfer of pictures and copy. Trade & private sales welcome.

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The World’s Greatest Car Collection – Came from Bingo?

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The World’s Greatest Car Collection –  Came from Bingo?

William (Bill) Fisk Harrah was born September 1911 in California, his father was a respected lawyer and real estate agent whilst young Bill attend UCLA to study mechanical engineering. The Great Depression forced Harrah senior into near bankruptcy retaining just one leased building on the pier at Venice Beach; this became a small time gambling venue for locals and visitors offering slot machines and a version of Bingo.

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Simply the Best – Bugatti Type 35

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Simply the Best – Bugatti Type 35

Given the choice of any automobile ever produced, irrelevant of budget my dream machine is the Type 35. This desire stems from the first time I viewed one up close and in full flow. It was a 35B and unlike any other car I feel this Bugatti is more than just an automobile, it’s a […]

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 14

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 14

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses… Pre WW1 Thornycroft Cars – England 1903-1913 Often overlooked as a car manufacturer due to their decades of success producing every conceivable commercial vehicle, John Thornycroft designed a steam road vehicle as early as 1862. The […]

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Dockside Delivery – Girder-fork Van at 70

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Dockside Delivery – Girder-fork Van at 70

Mention three wheeled transport from Tamworth and the first thing that flashes through most minds are two brothers from Peckham, a ‘plonka’ named Rodney and one yellow Robin. Whilst we jest now Reliant Engineering knew they had a ‘cushty number’ with their tri-wheeled commercial prior to the commencement of hostilities in 1939. The idea originated […]

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 13

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 13

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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The Malta Classic Car Collection – 2017

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The Malta Classic Car Collection – 2017

It has been a few years since my last visit to the Classic Car Museum in Qawra, much has changed with the addition of many new and recently restored vehicles plus a clever collection of period clothing, furniture and pictures to compliment the paint and chrome on show. What’s it all about? well as their […]

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