Video: Beautifully Restored 1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV Driven!

There’s something truly romantic about driving classic Italians. Get behind the wheel and almost immediately it feels like there’s an orchestra playing in your head. Something along the likes of Luciano Pavarotti enthralling you his best operatic performance. Or Nino Rota serenading you with the theme to ‘The Godfather’. There’s just something other wordly about […]

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2022 Jaguar E-Type 60 Edition

First pair of Jaguar E-type 60 Collection cars completed

Following its announcement of the project 7 months ago, Jaguar Classic has completed its first matched pair of E-type 60 Collection cars, revealing full specifications for the 12 expertly restored and sympathetically uprated units of the 3.8-litre E-type model. The two cars have been unveiled in time for the 60th anniversary of the iconic British […]

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Jaguar Classic adds 1953 C-Type to Continuation Programme

Jaguar Classic’s Continuation Programme has been gaining popularity since it was started with the D-Type, followed by the XKSS and Lightweight E-type. At the Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works facility in the UK, very limited numbers of these iconic models have been handbuilt for customers. Now, the C-Type is added to the collection on its […]

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2020 Lunaz Rolls-Royce EV

You don’t have to wait 20 years for a fully-electric Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will eventually offer a fully-electric model and its CEO has indicated that this may happen around 2040. As it is, many companies are already ‘electrifying’ their new models and have announced plans to increase the proportion of models with hybrid or all-electric powertrains during this decade. UPDATE [29/9/21): Rolls-Royce will have its […]

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Yokohama GT Special Classic HR

Yokohama revives production of classic tyres for old car models

Owners of classic cars will know that when it comes to getting replacement tyres, finding the right size can be difficult. Understandably, over time, tyremakers have stopped production of older tyre products as demand has fallen and technology has also advanced. Now Yokohama is reviving some of the company’s iconic heritage brands, incorporating modern technology […]

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Nissan has developed new technology to make custom body parts faster and at lower cost

For nearly as long as there have been cars, people have been collecting and customizing them. Until recently, however, if owners of classic cars wanted to replace a damaged bonnet or fender on an out-of-production model, they had to search through junkyards or hire a craftsman to make a one-off replacement (which might be costly). […]

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CLASSICS: CRT Community Charity Initiatives (CCI) & MY Classic Cars M’sia Feed The Hungry

CRT Community Charity Initiatives’ latest monthly feeding programme in the Masjid India area of KL, was held on 2nd Feb 2019. This street feeding idea was mooted with the help of Rukshan Munesinghe, the Director of My Classic Cars, Malaysia as part of its quarterly feeding initiative to give back to the less fortunate with a sumptuous […]

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MyClassic Cars Puts On A Good Show @ KLIMS 2018! [+Photo Gallery]

Now here’s something that I personally feel every Motorshow should have, a section for classic cars! I don’t think I’m the only classic car fan to visit KLIMS (or any motorshow for that matter) so let’s keep this going! Nice one Rukshan and friends @ MyClassic Cars (<– link to their FB page), good show! To the organisers […]

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FEATURE: Why I Bought A 28-Year Old BMW E30 And Broke Every Rule In My To-Do Book [+Videos]

This is all someone else’s fault. Really. You see the problem with being the so-called resident old-skool classic car guy, is that friends (and the occasional total stranger) sometimes ask you to assist them in scoping out an old car that’s tickled their fancy. It happens to me a lot, and I’m actually considering starting […]

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