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TV STARS TO APPEAR LIVE AT STONELEIGH RESTO SHOW

TV STARS TO APPEAR LIVE AT STONELEIGH RESTO SHOW

The Carole Nash Restoration Show at Stoneleigh on 23 October, 2016, will feature a new Live Stage area.

Show organiser Tom Siddall says he is 'proud' to announce that this new addition will also create a 'first' in the classic car world. Starring at the show will be former Top Gear presenter Steve Berry, bringing the first ever live debut of an episode of his radio show, Steve's Speedshop.

Back Where It Belongs...

Back Where It Belongs...

The Ulster Festival of Steam and Transport has been going for over many years, 49 to be precise. The world economic down turn in 2009 affected Northern Ireland more that you might know and in addition affected rally attendance right across the board here as well.

Lister Knobbly Stirling Moss Edition Makes U.S. Debut

Lister Knobbly Stirling Moss Edition Makes U.S. Debut

LISTER MOTOR COMPANY’S KNOBBLY Stirling Moss edition has made its U.S. debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance last month.

The limited run car wowed crowds over the course of the prestigious event making several stellar appearances including on the famous Lodge Concept

The MK1 Cortina Owners Club National Show a Winner!

The MK1 Cortina Owners Club National Show a Winner!

THE MK1 CORTINA OWNERS CLUB held their NATIONAL SHOW at Stratford-upon-Avon Racecourse last month - a winner!

“I think I can safely say it was a great weekend” the club's Membership Secretary Brian Raymond told CMM. “We had great weather, great company, and, of course, great cars - what more could you ask for?

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.

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