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Great UK Road Trips: The EVO Triangle
Love hitting the open road? Long to see what the UK has to offer in terms of great driving and great sights? Believe in the power of three? If that sounds like you, then the EVO Triangle has a lot to offer. The Triangle points north, northeast, and is located in Wales. Don’t let that...
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The History of the Velocette Thruxton
The name Velocette might have died out decades ago, but some of the company’s motorcycles can still be found. Of course, the name is legendary in British racing circles. Velocette was known for manufacturing quite a few performance bikes, including the Viper and the Venom. The Thruxton, which debuted in 1965 and stopped production in...
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History of The BMW R50
Learning about the BMW R50 While BMW might be more synonymous with luxury cars today, that hasn’t always been the case. The automaker got its start manufacturing airplane parts, a fact that is commemorated in the current hood emblem on their cars. However, they also had quite a presence in the world of motorcycles. The...
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A Closer Look at the 1985 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Coupe
When it comes to iconic road machines, few marques have the recognition that Porsche enjoys. While the automaker has produced some very memorable cars more iconic than the 1985 Porsche Carrera 3.2 Coupe, such as the 1973 2.7 or the 2.7 RS, the ’85 entry was pretty notable for a number of different reasons. The...
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The History of the Austin Healey 100/6
When it comes to the world’s most iconic roadsters, few models can compete with the Austin Healey 100/6. The body style was actually produced from 1956 through 1959 with only a few changes. In the Beginning Donald Healey envisioned the original 100 as a competitor to the MG and Jaguar models that dominated the market...
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Choosing the Right Restoration Shop to Work with You
You’re mechanically inclined. You might even be a mechanic yourself (either present or ex). However, chances are good that you dont have the space at your home to conduct a full restoration of your dream car. You probably lack essential equipment as well – a vehicle lift is a big expense, and not something that...
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Auto Restoration For Passion or Profit
For many, the choice to restore a car is simply an offshoot of their passion for automobiles. They have a “dream car” they’ve longed to restore for years. When they finally find the time and money to buy a fixer-upper, they embark on the quest. However, others get into it not so much out of...
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6 Vital Tips for Car Restorers
Restoring a classic car is a labour of love. It’s an incredible journey to take a vehicle from the point of not operating at all to being fully restored to its original glory. However, it’s also a journey that can be fraught with pitfalls to snare the unware. Whether you’re a first time restorer, or...
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