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News: Covid-19 Message

We appreciate you might be worried about the impact the coronavirus may have on your insurance with us. Please be assured that we are closely monitoring the situation and doing all that we can to provide the services you require at this time.

News: End of year message from Andrew Evanson

What an incredible year 2017 has been; we’ve worked with two of the classic car community heavyweights on a great charity initiative, supported more shows and expanded our offering.

News: TOP TEN NEWSREELS OF THE WEEK: SAFETY FIRST

The mode of delivery, the cars, the street scenes, the clothes and the cinematography may all inevitably seem dated - but the message of so many of these newsreels remains very relevant:

News: Vehicle theft: Don't let your classic become another statistic

Whether your classic has been in the family for years or is a new addition, being the victim of vehicle theft can be devastating. As classic car values soar, this is becoming common. Whilst we may not be able to stop every vehicle being stolen, there are a number of ways we can help reduce the chance and here at Lancaster, we’ve created a list of helpful hints and tips that may help.

News: MEET THE OWNER – BARRY DAVIES AND HIS VAUXHALL VX2300

‘I wanted a car from my teenage years ... something my father had’.

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: 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: Our top tips for keeping your classic car secure

Car thefts have risen rapidly in the last five years, putting a greater emphasis on ensuring you are doing all you can to keep your pride and joy secure and in your possession.

News: OLD ADVERTISEMENTS – THE FORD CORSAIR

I have long had a soft-spot for the Corsair, the Ford that once bridged the gap between the Cortina and the Zephyr. It has an agreeably mid-Atlantic air, with an appearance faintly reminiscent of a 1961 Thunderbird but dimensions more suited to British roads.

News: Motorhome and Caravan Show 2018 Ticket Giveaway T&C's

Ticket giveaway to the Motorhome and Caravan Show in Manchester on the 18th - 21st January 2018!

News: 50 YEARS OF THE ESCORT

One of my favourite automotive brochures of the 1960s features a very disgruntled looking Hugh Futcher (Carry On support actor, panicking Sapper in Quatermass & The Pit and more recently the star of a Specsavers ad) aboard a pedal car.

News: TOP TEN 1970S SMALL ESTATE CARS

Or, ten very individual ways to carry luggage and passengers without spending a monarch’s ransom on fuel -