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News: Can I drive my classic car during the coronavirus pandemic?

UPDATE: the latest advice from the government makes it clear that non-essential travel in England over greater distances is now allowed. We have been receiving a lot of enquiries so have put together the guidance below to ensure you stay within the law as you take your classic car out again.

News: Celebrating 70 years of the VW Transporter

The VW Transporter is an iconic vehicle that deserves its place in the automobile hall of fame. 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the much-loved Transporter.

News: MEET THE OWNER – JAMES NICHOLSON AND HIS FIAT ARGENTA VOLUMEX

Classic & Sports Car recently celebrated the Fiat Argenta as one of Martin Buckley’s “Guilty Pleasures”.

News: MEET THE OWNER – ROBERT NUTTER AND HIS HILLMAN AVENGER 1500 GLS AND TIGER

If you owned a Hillman Avenger 1500 GLS back in 1973, it was obvious you were the kind of person who was ‘going places’.

News: CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW ORGANISERS PLEDGE SUPPORT TO SPORTING BEARS AS COVID-19 PUTS A HALT ON DREAM RIDES

Plans for the 2020 Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, are steaming ahead now that indoor exhibitions have the greenlight from government.

News: THE FORD ESCORT MK.III AT 40

September 1980 saw Ford unveil the latest Escort - and to celebrate four decades of what was once Britain’s most popular car, here are 21 thrilling facts:

News: Seven Chrysler UK/Talbot Special Editions

Which of these seven fine cars would have lured you into your local dealership? 1972 Hillman Avenger Top Hat The Avenger was only two years into its production run when Chrysler UK unveiled the Top Hat.

News: Classic car road tax explained

There are many benefits to be had from running a classic car besides being both fun and a useful investment. Classics can be surprisingly economical, as some essential items like Read this guide to classic car road tax and get informed.

News: A TRIBUTE TO ABINGDON

On the 24th October 1980, one of the world’s most famous car factories closed its doors. Here we pay tribute to just some of the cars that were made in Abingdon.