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HSCC to celebrate the Ford Escort

HSCC to celebrate the Ford Escort

The Historic Sports Car Club will celebrate 50 years of the Ford Escort with two special one-model races at Brands Hatch on Sunday 23 September. The double-header races on the Indy circuit will be open to a range of race-prepared examples of the famous race and rally car and it is hoped to have one […]

Classic Car Marketplace – 1972 MGB GT

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Classic Car Marketplace – 1972 MGB GT

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 […]

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Valletta Concours d’Elegance 2018

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Valletta Concours d’Elegance 2018

As classic car mag.net has covered the Malta Classic event each October over the past few years, we thought many of you might enjoy a classic car show of some distinction that takes place on the island every May. The Valletta concours brings together examples of motoring art from the country’s finest collectors and restoration […]

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If access is tight, reach for these smooth-action AF ratchet ring spanners from Laser Tools

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If access is tight, reach for these smooth-action AF ratchet ring spanners from Laser Tools

Ratcheting spanners are ideal for use in areas with restricted access, and this high-quality 9-piece AF combination ring/open-ended set from Laser Tools (part number 6699) boasts smooth 72-tooth ratchet mechanisms that make them a pleasure to use.

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Goodwood Marshals Club – Charity Day

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Goodwood Marshals Club – Charity Day

With full sessions, even on the coldest of winter days, there were plenty of classics to admire at this year’s charity day organised by the Marshals Club at Goodwood…so classic car mag.net took its ‘Box Brownie’ along to capture the day’s festivities. Each December the volunteers that contribute so much to motoring events across Sussex […]

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An Incredible Journey – Book Review

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An Incredible Journey – Book Review

  The lost world of the 1930s circled by two men in one small car. By Max Reisch & Peter H Reisch. Translated by Alison Falls To fully appreciate why this book makes such a memorable read, it’s best to understand the background to the Austrian adventurer Max Reisch (1912-1985). His first epic journey took […]

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How to Import a Classic Car Into the USA

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How to Import a Classic Car Into the USA

Importing a classic car is not child’s play, but it is possible to do it if you have a plan and know what you’re doing. For situations where there might be a bumpy ride or flight, then there’s a type of automobile transportation that’s fully covered to protect the bodywork from dents and scratches too. […]

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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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Russian Motor Vehicles-The Czarist Period 1784-1917

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Russian Motor Vehicles-The Czarist Period 1784-1917

Book Review – Russian Motor Vehicles-The Czarist Period 1784-1917 By Maurice A. Kelly Pre-revolution Russian motor vehicles, were there such things? The question that forced me to acquire this in depth and heavily researched book. The answer I was looking for is yes and very impressive machines they were too. You see, Russian vehicles were […]

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