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Mini Remastered by David Brown Automotive

Mini Remastered by David Brown Automotive has resurrected the original Mini for the 21st century. The Mini Remastered is a handcrafted masterpiece with updated style, technology and engineering excellence, whilst retaining all the spirit and personality of the original. The original Mini body has been de-seamed, strengthened and sound-proofed throughout.  Sculpted body-coloured wheel arch extensions […]

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Changes to Victorian Club Permit Scheme

Changes to the Victorian Club Permit Scheme commencing 31 January 2015 The Victorian club permit scheme (CPS) is a log book based permit scheme that allows motoring enthusiasts to enjoy limited road use of historic vehicles which comply with relevant standards. Based on consultation with vehicle clubs, peak bodies and the Victoria Police, VicRoads is […]

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1974 vw golf

VW Golf to Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Volkswagen will celebrate the VW Golf’s 40th anniversary this week at Techno Classica to be held in Essen, Germany, from March 26th to 30th. Production of the VW Golf commenced exactly four decades ago, in May 1974. The first generation VW Golf was a front wheel drive car and was a replacement for the iconic […]

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Last Edition VW Kombi in Hannover Museum

Last VW Kombi Made Now On Display in Germany

Volkswagen’s last Type 2 Bus/Kombi ever assembled is now on display in Hannover, Germany, as a permanent exhibit in Volkswagen’s Commercial Vehicles display. As a Kombi fan from way back, Classic Car Photography has been following the saga surrounding the demise of the VW Kombi.  Here is a  previous article on the subject:  Volkswagen to […]

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Maserati 250S Reimagined

1957 Maserati 250S Reimagined

Talented artist Frederik Tjellesen wanted to imagine what a modern interpretation of the Maserati 250S topless racer would look like. And he came up with this sexy speedster. The Maserati 250S is a very beautiful and unique race car of which only four examples were ever built. Configuration was essentially a twin cam, dry-sump four-cylinder […]

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Caterham Seven 485

Caterham Seven 485 for Australia

Caterham Cars Australia has just announced that the next new model for Australia will be the Caterham Seven 485.  Extract from Caterham Cars Australia’s latest Press Release: This new model is the first to arrive under a new model nameplate naming philosophy.  Caterham have decided to emphasize the Seven aspect of the name to a […]

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Caterham Cars 40th Limited Edition Pack

Caterham Cars Celebrates 40 Years

Caterham Cars has reached 40 years of production and they plan on celebrating the milestone by offering a free Limited Edition Pack for all Seven customers. Caterham has been building the Seven since 1973, when original owner, Graham Nearn, acquired the rights to the model from Colin Chapman.  It has continually developed the sportscar but […]

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