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4 Tips for Restoring a Classic Car
4 Tips for Restoring a Classic Car Breathing new life into a classic car that’s been marred by the passage of time is an enjoyable, even exciting thing. However, whether you’re interested in restoring a muscle car to its former glory, or wish to rejuvenate a faded luxury vehicle, you will need to do things...
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The Royal Enfield Bullet
The Royal Enfield Bullet While there are more than a few well-known classic motorbikes hailing from the UK, few have attained the fame of the Royal Enfield Bullet, which has been in production since 1931 through to today (although now under the ownership of Royal Enfield India). The Bullet might not have the same cultural...
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The Jensen FF: A Crowning Achievement of Automotive Design and Performance
The Jensen FF: A Crowning Achievement of Automotive Design and Performance When you think about British-produced automobiles, chances are good that MG comes to mind, as well as Morris and several others. However, Jensen definitely deserves to be on that list, even at the top, particularly when considering the Jensen FF. The Jensen FF Manufactured...
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The MG M-Type: Birth of the Midget
The MG M-Type: Birth of the Midget The car that ignited the success of MG as a world-renowned automaker and an undeniable power in the sports car market segment was the MG M-Type. This diminutive sportster offered seating for only two people, and was an immediate hit, with buyer demand soaring as soon as it...
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Choosing Your Restoration Car: A Guide to Picking the Right Option
Choosing Your Restoration Car: A Guide to Picking the Right Option Classic car restoration is many things. However, most of all, it is a labour of love. That should be your mantra through all the steps in the restoration process, and holding that in mind will help when frustration inevitably arises. It also helps to...
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The Bentley S1: End of the R Type
The Bentley S1: End of the R Type Sleek and unmistakable, the Bentley S1 remains one of the automaker’s most iconic vehicles, and birthed a series that would run until it was replaced by the T series in 1965. While the car was manufactured from 1955 to 1959 (for the S1 only), there were only...
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The Norton Commando – The Last Great British Motorcycle
The Norton Commando – The Last Great British Motorcycle The Norton Commando started production in 1967 and ran through 1977. During that time, it built a reputation for performance,  and stability not found  other British motorcycles. It was also popular for its lack of engine vibration due to the unique framework used in its design....
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Make Plans to Attend the London Motor Show
Make Plans to Attend the London Motor Show While the British Motor Show might have gone the way of the dodo, the UK isn’t left out of the world of great motorsports events. There are plenty to choose from, but one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year is the London Motor Show....
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The Jaguar Mark 2: Grace, Pace and Space
The Jaguar Mark 2: Grace, Pace and Space Sir William Lyons’ maxim of “grace, pace and space” was apparent in the design of the Jaguar Mark 2 from the very beginning. This mid-sized saloon was produced from 1959 through 1969 (although the last few years it bore a different name), and it remains an icon...
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4 Must-Experience Drives in the UK
4 Must-Experience Drives in the UK Whether you drive a supercar or a classic, there’s nothing quite like the freedom of the open road. And, make no mistake, there are loads of amazing drives throughout the UK. However, we’ve compiled a few of those that we feel should be at the top of the heap...
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