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Credit Suisse Sponsors The New Classic Car Auction Yearbook

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Credit Suisse Sponsors The New Classic Car Auction Yearbook

The new Classic Car Auction Yearbook 2014-2015 provides knowledgeable insights into the classic car auction season from September 1, 2014 until August 31, 2015

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First Right Hand Drive Production Jaguar E-Type Driven To The Max

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First Right Hand Drive Production Jaguar E-Type Driven To The Max

In 1961, Autocar took E-Type 9600HP to Belgium for a high speed test, looking to assess Jaguar’s claim that a standard roadgoing E-type could achieve 150mph

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Uk’s Biggest Classic Car Motoring Event Comes To Birmingham

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Uk’s Biggest Classic Car Motoring Event Comes To Birmingham

Around 250 of Britain’s best motoring clubs will showcase rare and exciting marques ranging from pre-war through to modern classics, supercars to saloons, American muscle cars to Japanese performance, European elegance to Great British sports cars, and many more

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Fashionista Pagoda Joins NEC’s Beautiful Line-Up

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Fashionista Pagoda Joins NEC’s Beautiful Line-Up

With ‘Pagoda’ SLs currently one of the hottest tickets in classic circles, this model is certain to receive plenty of attention when its displayed at Birmingham’s NEC

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Best British Classic Car To Be Reveled At London Show

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Best British Classic Car To Be Reveled At London Show

It’s the question that car enthusiasts have been arguing over since the invention of the internal combustion engine – what is the best British car ever made

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Fantastic Racing At HSCC Silverstone Finals

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Fantastic Racing At HSCC Silverstone Finals

The programme opened with a qualification race to accommodate the 47-car Formula Ford entry. Unfortunately, a multi-car tangle at Brooklands bought out the red flags and it was Ross Dryborough ahead of Chris Sharples in the results.

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Former Avengers Jaguar XJ12-C Broadspeed Feches £62,000 at Auction

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Former Avengers Jaguar XJ12-C Broadspeed Feches £62,000 at Auction

The car wears chassis number eight (2G1008BW) and features the original 5.3-litre V12 engine that powered secret agent Steed’s British sportscar during the 26-episode series

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Selling Your Classic Car

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Selling Your Classic Car

With the introduction of the internet, gone are the days of just advertising your car in a dedicated classic car magazine Exchange & Mart or Auto Trader
(although these may be ideal for some), which made for a buyers market and left sellers difficult to guage the true value of their classic car, which is really
just the price someone is prepared to pay for it, introducing ebay…

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Wolseley 1100 – A Classic Piece of Old England

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Wolseley 1100 – A Classic Piece of Old England

The ADO16 project or the Mini’s big brother was first launched with a Morris badge; it would be manufactured world-wide, become Britain’s bestselling car year on year and after 12 years of production brand new examples of the VP Princess were still in local dealerships.

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World-Wide Classic- Mercedes 219 Ponton

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World-Wide Classic- Mercedes 219 Ponton

When combat finally ceased in 1945 Germany’s motor industry was in ruins; the Daimler Benz factories were virtually destroyed but surprisingly just 12 months later some pre-war models left the rebuilt Sindelfingen Works and by 1953 the first of the ‘Ponton’ (Pontonkarosserie) models appeared.

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