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Since any day now we’ll be celebrating 101 years since Bentley Motors was founded by W. O. Bentley in Cricklewood, North London, we had a close look at William Medcalf [ … ]
As mythological constructs go, the fabled ‘one lady owner’ second hand car has long been regarded with the same wariness as the existence of unicorns or an Alfasud composed of [ … ]
Snapped by an eagle-eyed member of the team… A Ferrari 275 GTB… … and very nice too.
For the car geek, a trip overseas is always a treat and particularly, for those of us who live outside the USA at least, one which involves crossing the Atlantic. [ … ]
At the Geneva Motor Show, every car maker from the humblest to the most luxurious, launched their latest hybrids and electric cars, many vowing to stop making combustion engined cars [ … ]
A special car, by name and by provenance, the Thin Wall Special, a predecessor of the Vanwall cars, kindly brought to the Total Elf HTX Mike Hawthorn Grand Prix of [ … ]
The UK has a long and proud history of DIY projects, from the TV instructionals by Barry Bucknell in the early 60s …. Yes, I do remember them ….. to [ … ]
Following on from the fantasy world of Goodwood Revival, Graham brings us back down to earth exploring the £10-20,000 new car market. At the SMMT’s test day, he drives the [ … ]
The recent “Hot Hatches – Where Are They Now?” infographic, and Mike Gates’s Fiesta ST piece, brought a big grin to my face as I remembered driving so many of [ … ]