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News: What is the Heart 200?

The Heart 200 is a new, 200-mile touring route around some of central Scotland's most dramatic, beautiful, and storied landscapes – centred around the cities of Perth and Stirling as well as The Trossachs system of glens, hills and lochs, and the rugged Perthshire Highlands.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER – THE VAUXHALL VX 490 FIVE-SPEED?

The year is 1977, and this writer is poring over the latest Vauxhall brochure, a pastime almost as entertaining as The Goodies on BBC2. Suddenly, he comes across an FE even more glamorous than the VX2300 GLS.

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Whether you’ve embarked on a full on restoration or you’re coming around to the idea of mending your motor whilst keeping it off the road, or simply keeping a vehicle SORN and in storage to protect your investment - whatever your reason to keep your vehicle laid up, Lancaster Insurance can arrange specialist insurance cover for Accidental Damage, Fire and Theft.

News: The Story of the Renault Frégate

The Frégate is more likely seen in vintage brochures than on the road, but it was more than a footnote in Renault‘s history. Firstly, it was their first post-war large car, and secondly, its styling inspired the Dauphine.

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News: THE MINI COOPER: A CELEBRATION

Sixty years ago, the British Motoring Corporation introduced to the public the latest versions of the Mini, the Morris Cooper and its badge-engineered twin, the Austin Seven. At first glance, they seemed to be a sporting version of the ‘Super Mini’ launched a few months earlier. However, keen drivers paid close attention to the race-tuned to 997cc 55 bhp engine with twin SU carburettors, close-ratio gearbox and front disc brakes.

News: THE TRIUMPH DOLOMITE: A CELBRATION

The year is 1971, and motorists reading The Illustrated London News learned some rather depressing news; “paralysed by strikes and other factories slowed down for lack of components.

News: 40 YEARS OF THE TRIUMPH ACCLAIM

Forty years ago, British Leyland unveiled the last car to wear the Triumph badge and the first Japanese car to be made in the UK. To celebrate, here are 20 facts about the Acclaim...

News: Morris Marina Owners Club – 50th anniversary charity run

The Morris Marina Owners Club are continuing their celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Morris Marina in 1971 and the belated 40th anniversary of the launch of the Morris Ital in 1980.

News: Land Rover Monthly magazine launches Practical Land Rover

Warners Group Publications, publishers of Land Rover Monthly, Britain’s fastest-growing Land Rover magazine, has launched a brand-new Practical Land Rover magazine.