The first of The Classic Motor Hub’s 2017 events is to take place this Sunday, 2nd April at their motoring base in the Cotswolds.
The Coffee and Classics meeti … More
Following the announcement earlier this month that Vauxhall is to be sold to the French PSA Group, Hagerty celebrates the finest cars to have been produced by t … More
Sam Skelton thinks that in trying to be cool, society is looking backwards.
I’ve spoken a lot about the unexceptional in my column of late – the cars we like b … More
The most recently revived of Lord March’s celebrations of motoring is now firmly established on the historic race calendar, and for many it has quickly eclipsed … More
Every so often in the classic car scene you hear of someone who has maybe 5 or 6 cars. You might even express mild envy at the idea of having a different car fo … More
The first big auctions of the year are always occasions to watch. First there is the American excess of Scottsdale, Arizona, then a few weeks later the roadshow … More
The heritage of Anglo-Australian cars is so rich and varied that it was almost impossible to limit this list to merely ten. In the end, personal tastes/prejudic … More
Formula One racing in the 1960s was a world away from the sport we see today. During that decade, 10 different constructors won a Grand Prix, the concept of own … More
A few years ago, things were simple: classic cars were those built between 1930 and the 1970s. Everything older was vintage or veteran; everything newer was jus … More
Although the car is primarily a thing of practicality, it also has a strong aesthetic element. Right from the start, when the latest fashions in horse drawn car … More