POWER TO THE PEOPLE

James May’s Adventures in Politically Motivated Cars Although there are any number of shows that have come along in their wake, cars on television are most famously associated with Top Gear, about which I’m sure we all have strong views… at least about its presenters....

LOVELY OLD(ER) THINGS

Buying a pre-war classic can be tricky Most of us who got into classics got into them because we had find memories of the cars we drove in out youth, or maybe a little later if we never really grew up! But as readers of The Classic Motoring Review well know, our...

BIDDING WARS

Why We Love Auctions (And Yet Hate Them!) The entire classic motoring world has in the last decade or so become hugely affected by the auction business. Hardly a week goes by without a specialist website, newspaper or magazine headlining the sale of this or that...

NEW THREATS TO OLD CARS

Governments are increasingly intolerant of the classic machinery we love – time to make a stand According to research by the Adams Group, in terms of sales the classic car trade was worth about £5.5billion to the British economy but the Federation of British Historic...

NEW vs. OLD – THE CLASSIC DEBATE CONTINUES

Most of us appreciate old cars more than new ones, but what about old journalism? Referring to the thought-provoking piece by the late, great Denis ‘Jenks’ Jenkinson in Classic Motoring Review No. 3, a letter published in the current issue from reader Kenneth Lang...