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Ferrari 250 GTO Parts Found Among Classic Car Component Trove

Recently, Coys auction house unearthed a treasure trove of classic car parts. After a lot of investigating, a full kit for building a Ferrari 250 GTO has been discovered. The parts include the chassis frame for a 1962 Ferrari 250, original Ferrari Tipo...

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Lotus Calls For Public Search To Help Find The Original Mark I

2018 has been a year of several car milestones and Lotus is joining the festivities by celebrating its 70th anniversary. To commemorate the occasion, Lotus wants to track down the car that started it all and the company needs your help. The Lotus Mark I,...

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Nissan Survey Shows That Many British Drivers Feel Nervous On The Road

Driving can be a stressful experience and a recent survey carried out by Nissan looked into the driving behaviours of UK motorists. The research revealed a number of interesting factors, which included many British people feeling anxious when driving on...

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Celebrating The Beauty Of The Lancia Aprilia Pininfarina Convertible

At the recent Silverstone Classic 2018, a number of brilliant classic cars were sold. One of the finest was the Lancia Aprilia Pininfarina Convertible, which sold for £151,875. The work of Battista Farina, only 10 Lancia Type 439 chassis received his...

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Vertical Aerospace Goes For A More Realistic Approach To Flying Cars

In 2018, there’s been a lot of talk about flying cars being a future method of transport. A lot of companies are experimenting with the technology, but one British startup claims to be taking a more realistic approach. Vertical Aerospace have built and...

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Recognising The Appeal Of The Toyota Corolla AE86

The Japanese car industry has emerged as one of the most dominant automotive industries in the world. Many exciting models have been produced, with the Toyota AE86 being one of the most impressive. Such was its design that it gained international fame,...

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Rare Premier Car To Be On Display At London To Brighton Run

The London to Brighton Veteran Car Run is one of the most prestigious classic car events in the world. Every year, hundreds of vintage motors are proudly displayed, and a rare American vehicle made its debut at the 2018 event. The Premier is a beautiful...

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UK Joins Initiative For Autonomous Car Platform To Find Potholes

Potholes are among the biggest challenges that motorists face on the road, which is why several manufacturers are investing in technology that can deal with them. Jaguar Land Rover, Transport Scotland and Transport for West Midlands are three UK companies...

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James Bond May Not Drive An Aston Martin In The Next Film

The relationship between Aston Martin and James Bond has been well established. It’s been rumoured Bond won’t drive an Aston Martin in the next film, as Lotus Cars have thrown their hat into the ring. The newly appointed CEO of Lotus voiced interest in...

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5 Myths About Classic Cars

Myths are just as prevalent when it comes to classic cars as any other walk of life, ranging from the outright absurd to the somewhat plausible. Many classic car myths are out there and some may even be true in certain circumstances. However, we’re taking...

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Phone Detection Signs Are Being Trialled On UK Roads

Many road accidents are caused by people using their phones while driving. In Norfolk, new technology is being trialled to prevent drivers from texting when behind the wheel. Norfolk-based Westcotec have developed a system that allows phone usage to be...

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UK Driving Licences Could Be Invalidated On EU Roads With No-Deal Brexit

With Brexit drawing nearer, government officials are preparing for every possible scenario, including a no-deal situation. According to the Department For Transport (DFT), British driving licences may no longer be valid in the European Union in the event...

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