Drew and Paul of Salvage Hunters Classics Cars are back!

Drew Pritchard and Paul Cowland are back with another brand new series of Salvage Hunters Classics Cars. This time round the guys have raised the bar once again with the classics they’ve bought and restored. Plus the new series has arrived at an ideal time, with the Covid19 putting everyday life, plus the whole classic car world into complete lockdown. So we petrolheads can look forward to a whole 2…

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Porsche marks Le Mans winner Richard Attwood’s 80th birthday

Richard Attwood, one of the most successful works racing drivers of Porsche AG, celebrated his 80th birthday on 4 April 2020. 50 years ago, the British racing driver Attwood achieved the first overall victory for Porsche at the 24 Hours of Le Mans together with Hans Herrmann. Attwood developed a passion for motorsports at an early age – inspired by the car dealership run by his parents. After racing in…

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Series 1 Jaguar E-Type restored after being abandoned for 41 years

One of Britain’s leading E-type specialists, E-Type UK, has completed a transformative restoration on a barn-find 1964 Jaguar E-type Series I 3.8 FHC. Found in the previous owner’s unused garage in southeast England, this particular car had been left sitting since 1979, but has now been given a new lease of life by E-Type UK. Finished in period with an Opalescent Silver Blue exterior and matching blue interior, the new…

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MHD Watches introduces new motorsport inspired MHDSA2

MHD Watches has launched the new MHDSA2 Timepiece, drawing inspiration from the world of motorsport. The creation of by Automotive Designer Matthew Humphries, he was Chief designer at Morgan Motor Company and was responsible for cars such as the stunning Morgan Aeromax, Morgan Supersports and the new Morgan 3 wheeler. Now he is designing his own watches and his designs draw heavily from the automotive world. Record breaking cars such…

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Alvis offers free technical support to owners working at home

With classic car workshops closed and owners keen to have cars ready for when restrictions lift, Alvis’ parts division Red Triangle, is offering its customers, free technical support to them to undertake jobs at home during the restrictions. Whilst its own workshop is now closed, Red Triangle is still able to ship genuine parts to owners around the world and sought ways it could help them to do work themselves…

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Free Alfa Romeo S3 Spider Buyers Guide

The Alfa Romeo Spider is a dream car that combines gorgeous Italian style with the romantic image of top down motoring. Which when combined with that wonderful Alfa Romeo twin cam soundtrack, gives an unforgettable convertible driving experience. If you are in the market for an Alfa Romeo S3 Spider then now is the time to buy. Prices of the original Duetto and boat tail Spider’s have really shot up…

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Unique 1956 Lister-Maserati racer leads Bonhams private sale

A unique ex-works 1956 Lister-Maserati 2.0-litre sports-racing two-seater has sold for £575,000 in the Bonhams Motor Cars private sale held last weekend (28/29 March). The Lister-Maserati was originally scheduled for the Bonhams Goodwood Members’ Meeting Sale at the 78MM. But with the event cancelled due to Covid19, a selection of lots from the catalogue were offered for private sale. The fascinating Lister-Maserati 2.0-litre racing car was built for and first campaigned…

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RM Sotheby’s offers rare Apollo 5000 GT at Essen Auction

RM Sotheby’s are offering a very rare and interesting 1965 Apollo 5000 GT Coupé at its Essen sale, which is now taking place from the 24-27 June (original date 26-27 March was postponed). A fascinating blend of European style and North American mechanics, the Apollo GT was the brainchild of Milt Brown, Ron Plescia, and Ned Davis. They dreamed of taking on Ferrari and other high end sports car manufactures, by…

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The best uses for your Classic Car Garage

Of course, your garage is first and foremost for your classic car. It keeps it protected from the outside elements, prevents less-well intentioned people from getting at it while you’re not around, and provides a workshop for you to carry out maintenance and repairs. Since you’ll likely be spending plenty of time in your garage, it’s nice to make it your own. Some might choose to decorate it a little,…

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London Concours postponed and rescheduled to August

It has been confirmed that this years London Concours will now take place on 19th-20th August. Originally scheduled for 10th-11th June, the events organisers have decided to postpone and move the date as a result of the current Covid19 crisis. Planning for the forerunner to the Concours of Elegance is already well advanced, with many of the 100 display vehicles confirmed to attend and commercial partnerships secured. With the support…

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