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News: TONY BROOKS AND HIS ROVER P5B MOTOR CARAVAN

This  P5B 3.5 Litre Motor Caravan owned by Tony Brooks goes by the name “Apollo”, and it is one of the most distinctive classics you are ever likely to encounter.

News: Which is best – caravan or motorhome?

Which is best – caravan or motorhome? It’s a great question and one that anyone getting into the world of ‘on the road’ holidays will ask themselves. Just as with finding the right motorhome insurance you’ll need to weigh up a fair amount of options before coming to a conclusion.

News: HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY LAND ROVER!

On 30th April 1948, visitors to the Amsterdam Motor Show were able to appreciate a new Rover product, one that was far removed from the marque’s image of providing transport for bank managers, doctors and solicitors.

News: 60 YEARS OF THE ROVER P5

Some of the greatest motor cars wear their distinction lightly – cars such as the Rover P5 3-Litre.

News: Motorhome and Caravan Show 2018 Ticket Giveaway T&C's

Ticket giveaway to the Motorhome and Caravan Show in Manchester on the 18th - 21st January 2018!

News: The Austin Champ - The Land Rover Rival That Could Have Been a Contender

As the Land Rover Defender has recently passed into motoring history, it is timely to remember one of the British pretenders to its crown. The Austin Champ now seems to belong to a black and white past of National Servicemen in Pathé Newsreels and low-budget science fictions films about alien beings invading Chobham Common. - Written by Andy Roberts

News: 30 Years Of The Rover 800

Little can seem as remote as the recent past and this is certainly true when seeing an early Rover 800 at the Classic Motor Show - a car to conjure an era of ‘yuppies’ and ‘Filofaxes’. We celebrate 30 years of this classic car. - Written by Andy Roberts

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE ORIGINAL ROVER STERLING?

1986 - the year I started sixth form and my first sighting of an imposing metallic silver saloon. It was a car that looked as though it could cope with any road conditions while barely dislodging the owner’s Filofax and A-ha cassettes. It was the new Rover Sterling, a car attempting to bridge the worlds of the Ford Granada Scorpio/Vauxhall Senator and BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz. Enthusiasts will tell you that it more than succeeded in this goal.

News: Brief history of Land Rover

Right up there with the plucky vim and vigour of the original Mini and the elegant power of the Jaguar E-Type, the rough and tough all-terrain Land Rover is synonymous with Great Britain.

News: Motor Sport and Williams Showcase the Famous Rosberg Racing Dynasty in 'Family Ties' Themed NEC Display

To celebrate the ‘Family Ties’ theme of this year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, two Williams F1 cars driven by one of the most famous father/son dynasties in the history of the sport will be on display at the NEC show, held 10-12 November.

News: MEET THE OWNER – JON HARPER AND HIS ROVER 2600

'Never been painted or welded, which goes to show miracles can happen'. And Jon Harper's 1978 Rover 2600 is believed to be the only example in Avocado, that uber-1970s BL colour scheme, still on the road in this county.

News: THE RANGE ROVER AT 50

The 17th June saw the launch of one of a select group of cars that deserves to be referred to as ‘iconic’. And so, here are 12 facts about the Range Rover: