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The perfect drive-in movie cars

The idea of the drive-in movie is deeply embedded within US culture and has been romanticised so successfully by Hollywood over the decades that we Brits have often looked upon it with envy. The truth is, we’ve never been particularly well set-up to translate the format over the pond in …

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The most literal car names ever

Naming a car is a tricky business and you’ve got to feel for the poor soul responsible for devising a striking yet language-transcending name for every new model that enters the market. This is especially the case now motoring is more than a century old and a heck of a …

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Classic car and Restoration Show 2017

The increasingly popular; Practical Classics, Classic car & Restoration Show took place last weekend, and as usual, we’ve got you covered with the best snaps from the show. The event is now officially the fastest growing classic car event in the UK, and this year, over 21,000 classic car enthusiasts …

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Mini remastered for the 21st century

Any purists of the classic Mini brand looking at the cars that make up the brand’s model range today are fully entitled to feel aggrieved. The likes of the hiked-up, bloated Countryman and the awkwardly extended Paceman that have emerged from the brand under BMW ownership feel worlds away from …

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The best-selling cars of 2016

2016 was another record year for Britain’s new car market with almost 2.7 million sold, according to annual registrations figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. Some 2,692,786 new cars were registered throughout 2016, marking a 2.3 per cent uplift on the previous year and making 2016 …

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Brexit boost as Nissan commits to UK

One of the biggest fears before June’s EU Referendum was what Britain’s self-imposed departure from the European Union would mean for its booming car manufacturing industry. 2015 marked a ten-year high with 1.58 million new vehicles built in the UK and almost four in five of those heading overseas. Britain’s …

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