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Motoring Classics Spring 2014
Motoring Classics Spring 2014
Motoring Classics Spring 2014

Motoring Classics Spring 2014

Thanks to the foresight and motivation of Mark Wilsmore, the infamous Ace Cafe was resurrected and turned into a mecca for all enthusiasts of two, three and four wheels. Through our cover story we recount a few snippets of its ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Motoring Classics Summer 2013
Motoring Classics Summer 2013
Motoring Classics Summer 2013

Motoring Classics Summer 2013

According to Michael Ware, the former curator of the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, there are an incredible 143 car museums in the UK. No doubt they all have something interesting to offer, but we cut to the chase and persuad...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Motoring Classics Spring 2013
Motoring Classics Spring 2013
Motoring Classics Spring 2013

Motoring Classics Spring 2013

The move to E10 petrol has sent ripples of fear running through the classic car fraternity. We quizzed BP’s Global Fuels Technology department on this and other related matters and obtained some unexpected answers - see ‘Fuel F...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Motoring Classics Winter 2012
Motoring Classics Winter 2012
Motoring Classics Winter 2012

Motoring Classics Winter 2012

TR fans will need little introduction to BMH dealer Moss Europe, whose history from office-less supplier to the TR Register to £15.6 million company occupying 60,000 sq ft of modern warehousing is explored on the opposite page....
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Elefant/Ferdinand

A full description of the first WWII purpose built, fully enclosed tank destroyer in the German arsenal from its birth on the drawing board in Ferdinand Porsches design studio, through production to the operations in the field.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Railroads of the Civil War: An Illustrated History

Over the course of the first half of the nineteenth century, America would find itself following two increasingly divergent tracks: an industrialized North and an agricultural South. By 1860 railroads were firmly entrenched in ...