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  • The Turning Point: When Old Cars Become Classics

    By John Mayhead on 22/02/2019

    You all know the story: the 1956 Ferrari 250 GT ‘Tour de France’, an SCCA racer and supporting automotive actor in Disney’s The Love Bug later abandoned by the ... More

  • The Parallel Pom

    By Robert Sherston on 22/02/2019

    When he’s not answering the Hagerty telephones, Tim Sawyer is usually found behind the wheel of his Mk 1 Ford Escort. More

  • Jaguar – The Social Mirror

    By Sam Skelton on 22/02/2019

    Our man Skelton thinks that old Jags sum our nation up like nothing else. More

  • Auction Roundup

    By Richard Barnett on 22/02/2019

    In Paris or King’s Lynn, people want to buy a classic, and they’ll pay big money too. More

  • Brexit- What you need to know

    By Hagerty on 20/02/2019

    You may have noticed that here at Hagerty we love to use our classics, and we encourage all our policyholders to drive their vehicles as much as they can. More

  • Keep the Drive Alive

    By Hagerty on 28/01/2019

    Imagine a world where the only vehicles were self-driving automatons. More

  • Written Gems – Classic Automotive Literature

    By John Mayhead on 25/01/2019

    If I’m shopping in my local town centre and have a few minutes to spare, I often seek solace in the calm of a traditional second-hand bookshop. More

  • The Three-Car Garage

    By Hagerty on 25/01/2019

    Ok, so the rules are simple: You have an unlimited budget, and a three-car garage. More

  • Hagerty DIY: Soldering

    By Hagerty on 25/01/2019

    Soldering – it is one of those skills that seems so easy, but often ends in a clump of spiky metal that has the breaking strain of a warm chocolate bar. More

  • The Parts Bin: Shared Parts for Classic Cars

    By Gary Axon on 25/01/2019

    Manufacturing parts for cars is an expensive game, which is why so many manufacturers have borrowed parts from other cars. More