Good Night And Fine Day For VSCC
Classic & Sports Car|April 2018

The Vintage Sports-Car Club kicked off its 2018 schedule with two events on consecutive weekends, beginning with the Measham Night Rally on 20-21 January.

The Leicestershire meeting attracted a 50-strong entry and was hit by fog, ice and snow, but John Potter and David Kirkham came through the gloom to win the Measham Trophy in their Alvis 12/50.

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Good Night And Fine Day For VSCC

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Minis Take Top Gongs At The Gong

Minis Take Top Gongs At The Gong

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Ex-Clark Aston Up For Auction

One of the most celebrated Aston Martin DB4GT Zagatos – ‘2 VEV’ – will be offered on the open market for the first time in nearly half a century at Bonhams’ Goodwood Festival of Speed fixture on 13 July.

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Classic Metal Takes Over Docklands

More than 700 classic cars packed into the ExCeL centre for the London Classic Car Show, which took place from 15-18 February.

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Chassis Number One Set For Rebuild

JUE 477, the first production Land-Rover in an enduring series that lasted 69 years, briefly went on show at the RAC Club on London’s Pall Mall in February – 20 years after it was hidden from view.

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Balance Of Power

Greg MacLeman gathers – for a world exclusive – two generations of Ford GT with a sublime GT40 MkIII, but which one does he want to take home?

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Sexy 6C Coupe Is One Of A Kind

The Alfa Romeo 6C-2500 was introduced in 1939, and continued in production in small quantities throughout WW2.

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Mick Walsh From The Cockpit

Few people have clocked up more miles in early cars than Austin Bromley, but the Ford Model T, which celebrates its 110th birthday this year, seems to prompt such adventures. From veteran motorcycles to Camaro drag-racers, Bromley has eclectic tastes, but the Model T remains a favourite. For him, motoring with friends on North American back-roads is automotive heaven.

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Simon Taylor Full Throttle

We drive classics not just to remind ourselves how cars used to be, but so we can ponder how everything used to be: bobbies on the beat, pea-soupers, driving in mackintosh, scarf and trilby because you hadn’t shelled out the extra £6 for the optional fug-stirrer, winding down the window to give hand signals.

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