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Ebay Classic Car Fraudsters on the Rise

September 3rd, 2018

One of the stand out stories about classic car fraudsters this year was the revealing of a $4.5 million crime scheme in the US. News such as this is becoming more common which is unfortunate, as online market places have provided a place for enthusiast to take advantage of great deals and keep essential parts in circulation.

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Behind the wheel of a Wolseley

June 28th, 2018

It was in September 1960 that my late parents bought what is now my 1958 Wolseley Six-Ninety, paying £745 for the then two year old car to replace our old Morris.  I was aged three and so it could be said that I have grown up with the Wolseley.

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Are Price Hikes on Classic Vehicles Justifiable?

June 8th, 2018

Heritage has previously discussed the potential of a discrepancy between enthusiasts and classic car auctions/investors.  A lot of enthusiasts have cited how investors can hike up prices of beloved classics to then take them off the road to wait for an opportunity to maximise their return on investment.

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A New Age of Electric Classic Cars

June 8th, 2018

As well as converting classics there has also been an influx of brand new cars that are powered by electricity while also drawing design influences from classic cars. From Ferrari’s to VW buses we’ll take a look at some of the recent announcements.

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TV Shows for the classic car enthusiast

April 11th, 2018

Calling all Classic car enthusiasts. Are you watching the current car related TV shows on Quest? Which is your favourite?

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Top tips before you head out driving this Easter weekend

April 4th, 2018

Be sure to give your classic car a quick basics check before you head out to drive, especially if it has been parked up in a garage

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DVLA set to change rights to previous owner’s details

April 4th, 2018

Previously, classic car owners have enjoyed the ability to be able to record the stories of their classics by asking the DVLA for historic information. The tightening of this information means that data on who originally owned a car is no longer available.

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Classic Car Museum Proposed for Site in Oxfordshire

March 28th, 2018

Plans have been revealed for a new classic car museum to be built on a 63-hectare site in Oxfordshire. The museum would cost around £24 million, with further ideas to build demonstration tracks and holiday housing.

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Practical Classics Restoration Show

March 21st, 2018

The UK’s fastest growing Classic Car event, the Practical Classics Restoration Show, is returning to the NEC Birmingham this March.

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Our New Look Website

February 8th, 2018

As many of you may have noticed, we have given our website a touch up with a brand new look and feel. This means that our services are laid out in a fresh, re-designed way

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