We take a look at the most popular classic car to come out of the USA. The Ford F-Series (Bonus Built) which launched in 1948 and to this day one is born every 52 seconds… read more>>
New motorbike sales saw an increase last year, despite the National lockdowns - a sign that more people than ever are hungry to get out on two wheels. read more>>
9th July marks the first proper ‘live’ Goodwood auction for the Bond St firm since the pandemic was announced. read more>>
René Lalique (1860-1945) was a jeweller, a glassmaker, and an artist. Although known for his exquisite glassware, intricate perfume bottles, and a series of luxurious commissions, Lalique also enjoys an alluring automotive connection. read more>>
We are proud to announce the winner of our inaugural Show Us Your Head competition. read more>>
We tend to associate classic British 500 singles with the 1940s - 1950s, but Velocette always followed their own path, and their 500 was no different. read more>>
We take this for granted today. A tank of unleaded, a pint of milk, and perhaps a cheeky chocolate bar picked up on the way to the cashier; the process of refuelling our cars has become the very definition of convenience. read more>>
John Wyke, a motorcycle enthusiast from Wrexham, has received a classic motorbike to restore at his care home residence after an appeal went out from staff. read more>>
Audi is celebrating fifty years of it’s “Vorsprung durch Technik” slogan this year by looking back at the milestones that helped them build their DNA. read more>>
It comes as no surprise that footballers are notorious for splashing out on their cars. And, it’s a well-known fact that leasing cars is popular among footballers, so that they get the chance to drive lots of different vehicles, and on their wage, they can afford to do so. read more>>
It’s not often a car comes along that helps to define a genre, but the Audi Sport quattro is arguably that. The ultimate evolution of a car that, for some, is the very essence of the 1980s and perfectly encapsulates the bonkers Group B rally class that blew the doors off competitive motorsport. Despite its short life it remains a bona fide icon, even if its designer still isn’t convinced about its looks. read more>>
For nearly seventy years, the Chevrolet Corvette has been providing American buyers with cut-price admission to the world of sports cars. Appearing as the Space Age blasted off, it offered style and speed at a reasonable price yet was still the car piloted by NASA astronauts. Today it remains an appealing way of exercising your muscle car dreams. read more>>
There is much debate among enthusiasts as to whether converting your classic to electric would take away from the authenticity and feel of driving a classic. But for those who are interested in making their classic more environmentally friendly, Classic Motor Cars are leading the way and they say it won’t. read more>>
Head to The Classic at Silverstone on Friday 30th July where there will be the opportunity to win yourself a motorcycle in Silverstone Auctions dedicated motorcycle sale. read more>>
A Merry Motoring reader has shared the story of his old Saab96 that he was given for his 21st birthday in the hopes that a fellow reader may have more information about the classic vehicle. Read Tim’s story below. read more>>
As enthusiasts across the UK remove dust sheets and open the garage doors for the summer, time spent ensuring your rubber is ready for action will pay dividends in the long run. read more>>
A new rally for classic vehicles that pays homage to the Dakar has been set up. Starting in March 2022 and covering over 4000 miles, there are still spaces available for those who want an adventure next year. read more>>
Are you planning to showcase your classic this summer? Car Facts Disc allows you to upload details about your vehicle, revealing it's history with images and video so your car can tell it's own unique story. read more>>
The National Motor Museum are celebrating the life of Murray Walker MBE with a tribute evening on Saturday 14th August. read more>>
The British Motor Museum and MG Motor UK have entered an agreement that will see Lord Austin's office moved to the museum to ensure it's long-term future. read more>>
Goodwood's festival of speed is taking place as planned from Thursday 8th-Sunday 11th July 2021 as a pilot event as part of the Event's Research Programme. read more>>
Natasha Lomas has set the record as the youngest every navigator to finish an official HERO-ERA regularity rally at thirteen years old in her endurance rallying debut. read more>>
Back in 1991 on 23rd June, Johnny Herbert crossed the finish line and won the Le Mans 24 Hour race and Mazda became the first Japanese manufacturer to win the world’s most famous endurance race. read more>>
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