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5 Signs Your Restoration Car Should Be Ditched
We all have that dream car that we’d love to restore. Whether you’re a fan of classic luxury vehicles, or classic sports cars, the drive to seek out that dream model and bring it back from the junkyard is powerful. However, there are some vehicles that are best left alone. These aren’t necessarily specific makes...
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6 Simple DIY Restoration Tips for Your Classic Car
There’s nothing quite like taking a beloved icon of days gone by and breathing new life into it through a loving restoration. Whether you ultimately plan to drive, garage, or sell your restoration car, the process is the reward. Of course, you’ll encounter quite a few steps in that process that require the help of...
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History of The Matchless Silver Hawk
Showcasing the iconic look of bikes from the 1930s, the Matchless Silver Hawk is a classic bike that lacks the acclaim lavished on many other models, despite the fact that it shared the same DNA as the Silver Arrow and was one of only two luxury market bikes introduced at the time with a four-cylinder...
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History of The Moto Guzzi V 65
The Moto Guzzi V 65 Th Moto Guzzi V 65 has been described with words like “light” and “nimble”. While it originally debuted in the mid-1980s, it remains a perennial classic, particularly for riders who appreciate the ability to ride comfortably and even reach high speeds. Today, it remains one of the best examples of...
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History of The Triumph Stag
Designed as a luxury sports car, the Triumph Stag had immense possibilities, and debuted to significant applause. While it would eventually go on to achieve infamy, the early days were quite promising.  The Origin of the Stag Interestingly, the Triumph Stag originated from an experiment in terms of style and design. Harry Webster, Triumph’s then...
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History of The Alfa Romeo Montreal
Differences between Concept and Production Over the seven years it was officially available, the Montreal saw very few updates or changes. In fact, Alfa Romeo had already stopped production of the vehicle before it officially was discontinued. While the car was initially popular with consumers, the high price tag meant that sales were ultimately slow,...
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The Pure Rally UK Beach Run
Want to take your own car through a rally race? You have plenty of options, but rally organiser, Pure Rally, may have one of the more interesting runs for your money. For a nomina
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How to Survive Your First Rally Race
Entering most rally races requires two things – a vehicle capable of competing with some of the best in the world, and enough money to pay the often very high entrance fees. Of course, entering a rally race and actually surviving the event and coming out the other side in good shape are two different...
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What to Expect at Truckfest 2018
Founded in 1983, Truckfest has grown to become the largest trucking festival in all of Europe. It is held throughout the UK over the course of the year, with events taking place in Peterborough, Ipswich, Malvern, Newark, Edinburgh,Kent, Shepton Mallet, and Knutsford. If you have a love for big, powerful engines, and massive vehicles, Truckfest...
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Make Plans to Attend Bug Jam 2018
Do you love all things Volkswagen? Whether you’re passionate about the original Bug, about the original “hot hatch”, about the VW van, or something completely different, you cannot afford to miss Bug Jam 2018. This will be the 32nd Bug Jam, and it will be held over the course of three days in July at...
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