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What To Expect At Retro Classics 2019

Retro Classics is one of the largest classic and collector car shows in Europe. For 2019 the show is even bigger with over 3000 cars attending. If you love classic and collector cars, the Retro Classics show in Europe should be on your to do list for 2019. Billed as one of Europe’s largest class...
By Tyler Heatley Jan 26, 2019

Why you (secretly) want a Rover 800 Sterling

Traditionally lampooned and ignored by collectors, the 800 has now found an audience with a new breed of classic car enthusiast. Here's why Approaching any Rover 800 Sterling with an open mind is difficult. That badge on the front, with its accompanying chrome grille and British stature, largely...
By Calum Brown Jan 09, 2019

Why The Range Rover P38a Deserves Space In Your Garage

Forever lampooned as a liability by keyboard warriors and marque snobs alike, the second generation Range Rover (P38a) remains criminally underrated. Here's why you should ignore the horror stories and buy one... There is one question often repeated to myself while stuck at the side of the road,...
By Calum Brown Jan 09, 2019

How reliable is a £50 Alfa Romeo 156?

We buy a 2000 Alfa Romeo 156 for the grand total of £50 ($63) and embark upon a tour of Cumbria and Scotland. What could possibly go wrong? I didn’t plan on falling head over heels for an [Alfa Romeo](https://www.autoclassics.com/makes/alfa-romeo) 156. Like most enduring love stories, the dyna...
By Gillian Carmoodie Jan 08, 2019

Where did the Ferrari logo come from?

You’ve all seen it, and some of us have worshipped it. But where did Ferrari’s iconic prancing horse stem from? This is the true story behind the most recognised automotive logo of them all If you piloted European skies during the first World War, a certain logo struck fear through the heart. ...
By Calum Brown Jan 08, 2019

UK Government Releases Historic MoT Rules – It's Good News!

The long-awaited UK MoT exemption rules have been released, and owners of historic cars, especially specials and modified classics, can breathe a sigh of relief The UK's Department for Transport has released the long-awaited definition of a Vehicle of Historic Interest (VHI), which will define t...
By David Lilywhite Dec 18, 2017

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