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Tons of Classic & Vintage Spares Go On Offer

Gerry Walker

Tons of Classic & Vintage Spares Go On Offer

Until his sudden death last October, Gerry Walker (pictured above) spent over 40 years selling spares, services and automobilia to 1000s of classic vehicle owners the world over.

Now his family are putting the entire stock of the famous Morecambe based company - Lancaster Vintage & Classic Spares - he ran with his late partner Mel Woods, up for sale this month, literally tons of items for vehicles from the 1920s to the 1970s.

Website Exclusive: British Motor Museum celebrates the British car with a special symposium

Website Exclusive: British Motor Museum celebrates the British car with a special symposium

The British Motor Museum is to celebrate the British car with a special symposium. ‘Celebration of the British Car Symposium’ takes place on 24 September from 9.45am – 5pm. The panel of speakers, who are leaders in their fields of journalism, academia, authors and critics, will give their view on the future of Britain’s motor industry and what we might be celebrating in 50 years. Supported by Arts Council England, the lecture offers an insight into Britain’s motor industry past, present and future.

Website Exclusive: Revving up to Revival

Gorgeous TR5 - a previous winner

Website Exclusive: Revving up to Revival

Deep within garages and workshops all across Britain, feverish preparations and final touches are being made as thousands of classic vehicle enthusiasts ready themselves for one of the pinnacle events in the historic motor racing calendar – the Goodwood Revival.

This unabashed, all-encompassing spectacle of thrilling on-track action, glamour, music and fashion – all celebrated in true retro style – takes over the Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit from September 9th – 11th, 2016.

50 Year Milestone for 'The Sportscar That Swims'

50 Year Milestone for 'The Sportscar That Swims'

IT MAY SOUND LIKE SOMETHING FROM science fiction, but one of the Lakeland Motor Museum’s most unusual exhibits - an amphibious car built to ‘swim' through water - is marking its 50th birthday.

The 'Amphicar’ is one of the most unconventional cars ever produced and was marketed as the “sports car that swims”. A small flotilla made it safely across the English Channel in the 1960s and one was even driven by the former owner of Belle Isle - the largest of Windermere’s 18 islands - making it a regular sight gliding across England’s largest natural lake.

Robey Stars at 19th Innishannon

Robey Stars at 19th Innishannon

Making a triumphant homecoming at what was the warmest and brightest Innishannon rally over its two days on June 5-6 for nearly a decade, was Eddie Fox's 1914 Robey 6hp traction engine 33348, says Peter Love.

When you get a phone call from 'Mother' Mary Desmond, the secretary of the Innishannon Steam & Vintage Rally inviting you, one has to say yes! This is the biggest event of its kind in the Republic of Ireland and is very much worth attending.

Website Exclusive: THE GREAT GATHERING OF CITROËN-LOVERS IS BACK IN THE NETHERLANDS

ICCCR 2012 in Harrogate

Website Exclusive: THE GREAT GATHERING OF CITROËN-LOVERS IS BACK IN THE NETHERLANDS

Four years after the last meeting in the UK, the Netherlands will host the 16th International Citroën Car Club Rally (ICCCR) taking place from 11-14 August.

The event, supported by the brand and organised in partnership with Amicale Citroën Internationale (ACI), is unmissable for Citroën enthusiasts and owners. Almost 3,000 Citroën models throughout the ages will come together to delight the 10,000 expected visitors.

BREAKING NEWS - Hoghton Tower Classic Cancelled

BREAKING NEWS - Hoghton Tower Classic Cancelled

The Lancashire Classic Car & Motorcycle Show, planned for Hoghton Tower, nr. Preston, this Sunday (August 14) has been cancelled.

Organisers Classic Shows only announced last week that a new and better field had been made available to them at the well-known Lancashire venue, but 'catastrophic' levels of summer rain in the area mean that, no matter where they turn, their plans are scuppered.

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