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How to Cut the Costs of Driving with Cheaper Car Insurance

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How to Cut the Costs of Driving with Cheaper Car Insurance

How to Cut the Costs of Driving with Cheaper Car Insurance Today, many families and individuals alike simply couldn’t get by without a car to help them get from A to B. A lot of us use our vehicles to take us to work, help us pick the kids up from school, and make sure […]

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DL – Isle of Wight Motor Vehicles 1896-1939 By Mark Chessell

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DL – Isle of Wight Motor Vehicles 1896-1939 By Mark Chessell

The registration letters DL were native to the Isle of Wight from the dawn of motoring until being replaced by HW in 2001. This book is not (as many will assume) an in-depth catalogue, exploring the workings of the Ministry of Transport or DVLA; its far more than that. A celebration of the islands transport […]

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2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be the toughest yet

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2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be the toughest yet

The 2019 Roger Albert Clark Rally will be the toughest yet, with 300 stage miles in five days of rallying when the 12th edition of the rally runs in November 2019. After the runaway success of the 2017 edition, Rally Manager Colin Heppenstall has confirmed that the 2019 rally will build on that success when […]

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Ford Escort celebration tops HSCC Brands Hatch weekend

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Ford Escort celebration tops HSCC Brands Hatch weekend

The Historic Sports Car Club’s 50th anniversary celebration races for the Ford Escort top the Club’s race meeting on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit this weekend (22/23 September). As well as two races dedicated to Ford Escort Mk1s and Mk2s, a busy programme takes in nine other HSCC championships and categories as well as a […]

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5 Jaguar Classics That Don’t Get Any Better

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5 Jaguar Classics That Don’t Get Any Better

Jaguar has always excelled at fine-tuning its state-of-the-art vehicles. By consolidating and improving the carefully engineered sports performance of their classics, Jaguar has been turning heads for nearly a century. The company’s dedication to restoring and preserving its heritage allows for Jaguar classics such as the E-type, XK120, Mark 2, XJ6 and XKR to be […]

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Isle of Wight Classic 2018 – The Extravaganza

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Isle of Wight Classic 2018 – The Extravaganza

Eight hundred classics brought over two thousand guests to shows at Newport Quayside on Saturday 15th and Ryde Seafront on Sunday 16th September. Under blue skies every era of classic car was represented from early vintage to the latest supercars and the ‘something for everyone’ policy brought in the crowds. At times it seemed like […]

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HSCC racers head to Spa

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HSCC racers head to Spa

Nearly 150 racers from the Historic Sports Car Club will head to Belgium this weekend (14-16 September) to race at the world-famous Spa-Francorchamps circuit. The high-profile Classic Six-Hour weekend features three grids dedicated to HSCC members, with rounds 10 and 11 of the Silverline Formula Junior UK Championship, the final race of 2018 for the […]

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Classic Re-Collection

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Classic Re-Collection

Sharing Classic Memories… in this series we ask classiccarmag.net readers… Have you ever driven, owned or even been a passenger in the; Skoda Felicia Just to be clear, we are referring to the beautiful Felicia convertible produced from 1959 to 1964 at the Mlada Boleslav Factory, home of the Czech manufacturer since the 40s. Originally […]

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Whitney Straight – Affluent Autosport

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Whitney Straight – Affluent Autosport

Cut from the same cloth as many a ‘Boys Own’ hero, the honours that follow his name recognise many achievements and point to a life lived to the full; my interest is simply because I knew the man. My teenage years around West London included the compulsory part-time job and mine was the unskilled assistant […]

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Fast Fords are out in force at CCA’s September Sale

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Fast Fords are out in force at CCA’s September Sale

80’s Fast Fords are proving incredibly popular at CCA’s September Sale Highlights include a rare Tickford Capri, a lightly restored Escort RS1600i, an impressive Mk1 Fiesta XR2 and a very low mileage Focus RS Mk2 The September Sale will be held at the Warwickshire Event Centre on 15th September A number of high-quality fast Fords including a rare 1985 Ford Tickford Capri […]

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