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Transport Shortages; Ford’s Popular Answer

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Transport Shortages; Ford’s Popular Answer

Ford’s Dagenham plant took just three weeks to get back into production following ‘Victory in Europe Day’ towards the end of May 1945 and by the 21st June the first car rolled off the production line; a pre-war design Anglia 8hp. The Anglia E04A was a revision of models that can be traced back to […]

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Peter at the double in HSCC Historic F2 at Hockenheim

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Peter at the double in HSCC Historic F2 at Hockenheim

A double victory for German racer Hans Peter got the HSCC Historic Formula 2 FIA-sanctioned International Series off to a fine start when a strong entry contested the opening two races at Hockenheim over the weekend (21/22 April). The Formula 2 races played a leading role in the event that celebrated the life of Jim […]

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Historic Road Sports star at HSCC Snetterton

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Historic Road Sports star at HSCC Snetterton

Some tremendous racing from the Historic Road Sports Championship contenders capped the day as the Historic Sports Car Club organised the racing on the Snetterton 200 circuit on Saturday (21 April). Warm spring sunshine, an enthusiastic crowd, largely incident free racing and slick organisation all added up to an excellent day’s racing at the Norfolk […]

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HSCC Historic Formula 2 starts at Hockenheim

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HSCC Historic Formula 2 starts at Hockenheim

The HSCC Historic Formula 2 FIA-sanctioned International Series will get off to a flying start with a strong entry for the opening two races at Hockenheim this weekend (21/22 April). The Formula 2 races will play a prominent part in the event that celebrates the life of Jim Clark, who died at the German track […]

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HSCC heads to East Anglia

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HSCC heads to East Anglia

The Historic Sports Car Club will head to Snetterton in Norfolk on Saturday (21 April) for a nine-race programme on the 200 circuit. The day’s focus is on sports and saloon car action from five of the club’s championships. Another excellent field of cars in the 70s Road Sports Championship will contest a double-header with […]

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NCWC Inc.: What an Extended Auto Service Warranty Can Do for You

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NCWC Inc.: What an Extended Auto Service Warranty Can Do for You

One of the main benefits that you can get from an auto service warranty is the peace of mind and assurance that costs will be covered in the event that your vehicle needs a repair. NCWC Inc. is a prominent car service plan provider that offers various types of coverage in order to suit your […]

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HSCC unveils 2018 Jaguar Classic Challenge

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HSCC unveils 2018 Jaguar Classic Challenge

The Historic Sports Car Club has unveiled details of the 2018 Jaguar Classic Challenge, run in conjunction with Jaguar Land Rover, with four high-profile race dates as well as an invitation race supporting the Le Mans Classic in July. The Jaguar Classic Challenge is open to XK series, C-type, D-type, Mk1 and Mk11 saloons and […]

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Show-Goer Southern Classics Tangmere

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Show-Goer Southern Classics Tangmere

The superb aircraft museum at Tangmere played host to Southern Classics first show of the season and as with many spring time events the weather did its best to upset the ‘show-goers’. Hundreds of enthusiasts arrived for the ten o’clock start and lines of auto-jumblers offered the show something extra. To quote from the Southern […]

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50 Classic Cars Going Under The Hammer

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50 Classic Cars Going Under The Hammer

nternational auctioneers Coys are back in town with 50 classic and sports cars worth millions going under the hammer at their long-established Spring Classics auction on April 24th at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London. Chris Routledge, CEO of Coys, said: “Our Spring Classics auction has for decades been a prelude to motoring season which is […]

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Classic ReCollection

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Classic ReCollection

Sharing Classic Memories… in this series we ask classiccarmag.net readers… Have you ever driven, owned or even been a passenger in the; GAZ Volga From the Russian translation Bonra, the Volga idea was first promoted post WW2 with the initial production examples leaving the Gorky Plant a decade later. Early models mimicked the look of […]

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