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News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE ORIGINAL HONDA PRELUDE?

In 1979, you just knew that anyone who drove a new Honda Prelude was a sophisticated type; one who understood the intricacies of fondue cooking and who had one of those new “home computers” in their study.

News: MEET THE OWNER – NEIL KIDBY OF THE AUSTIN 3-LITRE OWNERS’ CLUB

Late 1976 – a time when New Rose by The Damned was introducing middle England to punk rock and when a tin of Watney’s Party Six and a Vesta Curry constituted a very reasonable night out.

News: 70 YEARS OF THE MORRIS J-TYPE

Back in the days when everyone apparently lived in black and white, a Morris J-Type would have been as much an aspect of daily life as queueing at the local Co-Op or grumbling about the wild music of Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group.

News: TEN PIONEER BRITISH HATCHBACKS

The forthcoming 50th anniversary of the Austin Maxi is a reminder of its pioneering role as a British five-door saloon.

News: 50 YEARS OF THE FIAT 128

Of the many automotive anniversaries celebrated this year, the Fiat 128 has to be one of the rarest on British roads.

News: SIX SPLENDID ACCESSORIES

Travel back with us to a time of Spangles, Texan Bars and when these accessories would make your Austin Maxi 1500 look like a Lincoln Continental. Almost.

News: Meet The Owner - Joseph Frederick-Thomas Gabrielli and His Ex-Police Ford Anglia 105E

It is a scene straight from one of those episodes of Gideon’s Way or Edgar Wallace B-films that are re-run on Talking Pictures Television.

News: Do You Remember - The Fiat 133

First point – despite the presence of Ms. Ursula Andress, a SEAT 133 conveys not one iota of glamour.

News: ONE FAMILY FROM NEW – EDDIE BRAMLEY’S FORD CONSUL

It almost goes without saying that any Consul Mk. II “Lowline” is a highly desirable classic.

News: MEET THE OWNER – LIAM GRIFFIN AND HIS YUGO CONVERTIBLE

In the month of February, with its grey weather, many of us dream of sunny days, 99 Flakes and open-top motoring.

News: MEET THE OWNER – JAMES WINCH AND HIS UFO SHADO JEEP

The year is 1980 and Earth is under attack from an army of bad mannered aliens whose goal is to invade the Home Counties to kidnap humans and harvest their organs for use in their bodies.

News: DO YOU REMEMBER THE SCAMMELL SCARAB?

In the background of British films and television programmes of the 1950s and 1960s such as The Ladykillers, The Baron or the Look at Life travelogues you will often see a three-wheeled delivery vehicle in the distinctive red and cream livery of British Railways.