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Fancy VW Type II split screen camper?

1960 Volkswagen Type II 23 Window Split Screen Samba Deluxe IF you’re in the market for a classic car, a VW camper, or just love to view them, get yourself to Ascot on Saturday (11th). More than 70 classic and collectors’ vehicles will be going under the hammer at Coys ‘Spirit of Motoring’ auction. The […]

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Latest MINI unveiled in Oxford

TODAY has witnessed the launch of the latest MINI car. The revamped design was unveiled at the UK production plant in Oxford. Among the features of the new MINI is an all-new vehicle architecture and a range of new fuel-efficient engines to give owners even more fun behind the wheel. While not a radical revamp, […]

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What a FAB1 act of generosity from Rolls-Royce

THE world’s most prestigious car company has come up with a fabulous effort to support charity. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars proudly has presented FAB1, a Rolls-Royce Ghost Extended Wheelbase looking pretty in pink, to support FAB1 Million and Breast Cancer Care. The FAB1 Million project, headed by Chris Evans, has the aim of raising £1-million for […]

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Rolls-Royce plans Spirit of Ecstasy celebrations

Join the centenary of Spirit of Ecstasy celebration at Syon Park, near London, later this year. THE Spirit of Ecstasy centenary celebrations will take place at Salon Privé this year, as Rolls-Royce Motor Cars toasts 100 years of the famous flying lady hood figurine. The event, which takes place from 22nd to 24th June, will […]

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MoTs for veteran cars may become a thing of the past

Pictured leaving the Palace of Westminster in Lord Montagu’s 1914 Rolls Royce Alpine Eagle from the National Motor Museum collection, are Lord Montagu of Beaulieu (front driving), Minister Mike Penning MP (front passenger), Rt Hon Greg Knight MP (rear). CARS made before the war may not need to have a MoT test for much longer […]

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Bentley Mulsanne

The Mulsanne looks the epitome of style and class. As far as luxury marques are concerned, few have a history equal to Bentley, says Frederic Manby. I WAS doing the regulation 60mph when a cock pheasant flew into the Mulsanne windscreen. That will be a talking point in the coops. “Hear about Charlie? Only flew […]

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