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News: SIXTY YEARS OF MINI MEMORIES

My earliest memory of the Mini dates from 1974 when every Thursday a neighbour’s maroon ten-year-old Morris Super De Luxe would transport us to the delights of the Hedge End branch of Fine Fare (‘Jacob’s Cream Crackers – 2p Off!’).

News: THE VOLKSWAGEN TYPE 2 CAMPER

Sixty-eight years ago, the German coachbuilder Westfalia noted how many Type 2 owners would use their VW as overnight accommodation for weekend trips, and so they introduced their “camping box”. As the name suggests, it was a detachable compartment containing a folding bed, a two-burner cooker, a towel-rail, a “vanity mirror”, a washing up bowl and two drawers.

News: Club of the month: BMW Car Club of Great Britain

In the year that sees two BMW anniversaries, 50 years of the 2002 and the E3 "New Six" saloon, our February club of the month goes to ‘BMW Car Club of Great Britain’.

News: Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix Part Two

Part two of the Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix takes a look at racing action in the Classic F3 – Chevron B34 and below is a review by Max Bartell.

News: Old Advert of the Week - Lada

‘Lada’ and ‘Glamour’. For many, the two words go together about as well as Take Me Out and ‘Television programmes that do not make you want to put your set on eBay’ but you cannot deny that marketers tried their hardest over the years. One brochure features an elegant young couple, she in mink and him resembling an extra from a 007 film, as their 1300 is poised to whisk them to an evening of romance, elegance and other phrases not automatically associated with Lada ownership. Another 1986 gem for the Canadian market points out the ‘classic European styling’ of the four-door and the station wagon that was ready for a ‘wilderness weekend’.

News: LAST YEARS SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TRABANT

A two-door saloon with a transversely mounted engine driving the front wheels, rack and pinion steering and independent suspension that debuted almost years before the Mini.

News: 60 YEARS OF THE MINI VAN

The British Motor Corporation unveiled the Austin and Morris Mini Van in 1960, and when production ceased twenty-two years later, they were as much part of everyday life as ageing punks mooching around the local Wimpy Bar.

Two Year Agreed Valuation

We understand how much you value your pride and joy and we’d like to make you aware that your Classic Car Insurance policies could be extended to include our Two Year Agreed Valuation for just £18.00 per year.

News: MEET THE OWNER – STEPHEN HITCHCOCK AND HIS AUSTIN A35 VANS

‘I’ve always been more a van man than car man’ remarks Stephen Hitchcock and, as proof, he is the proud owner of not one but two Austin A35s. The 1959 orange example has been a part of his fleet for the past two years and the grey (and red) 1960 model since 2004 - ‘I used it to advertise my business’.

News: MEET THE OWNER – NEIL KIDBY OF THE AUSTIN 3-LITRE OWNERS’ CLUB

Late 1976 – a time when New Rose by The Damned was introducing middle England to punk rock and when a tin of Watney’s Party Six and a Vesta Curry constituted a very reasonable night out.

News: SIX SPLENDID ACCESSORIES

Travel back with us to a time of Spangles, Texan Bars and when these accessories would make your Austin Maxi 1500 look like a Lincoln Continental. Almost.

News: Meet The Owner - Nick Price and His Triumph Herald 948 Convertible

Sixty years ago a new small car was unveiled to the motoring press, and various dealers in a musical gala staged at the Albert Hall. Your host was Mr. Bob Monkhouse, and the star of the show was, of course, the Triumph Herald.