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  • Obituary: Norman Dewis OBE, 1920-2019

    By Gary Axon on 20/06/2019

    Enjoying a drink in the late evening heat in Valletta, Malta, last weekend, I heard the sad news of the passing of Britain’s greatest and most charismatic test ... More

  • Auction Watch

    By Robert Sherston on 20/06/2019

    It is a strange time in the classic car auction world. More

  • A Very British Italian Job

    By Marcus Atkinson on 27/05/2019

    Those of you who have seen photographs of Hagerty’s Festival of the Unexceptional will recognise Stowe House, the Restoration-era grand stately home of the Temp... More

  • Oranges aren’t Lemons

    By Sam Skelton on 23/05/2019

    When I was at school, people used to mock gingers. More

  • Shift Happens: The High Carb Diet

    By John Mayhead on 23/05/2019

    There comes a time in every classic owner’s life when he or she succumbs to the attraction of a carburettor upgrade. More

  • Under the Bonnet: Burlen Carburettors

    By Paul Garlick on 23/05/2019

    We’ve all heard of SU (Skinners Union), AMAL and Zenith carburettors, but did you know that all of these products are now made and maintained by Salisbury-based... More

  • The Lure of the Pre-War Car

    By Richard Barnett on 23/05/2019

    Who says there’s no demand for pre-war cars? More

  • Alphabet Bikes: BMW, KTM, FS, XS...

    By Iain Macauley on 23/05/2019

    You can probably place most bikers' age by the bikes they mention, the things they've done on them, race riders names, and the general lament they utter at the ... More

  • The Lure of the Pre-War Car

    By Richard Barnett on 23/05/2019

    Who says there’s no demand for pre-war cars? More

  • Starter Motor

    By Hagerty on 26/04/2019

    One of McKeel Hagerty’s drivers (if you excuse the pun) is to promote the love of motoring through to the younger generations, so it is not surprising that Hage... More