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With summer in mind, British Motor Heritage subsidiary Tex Automotive has launched a range of licensed baseball caps. Finished in black, they are of fully-adjustable one-size-fits-all design and offered with the following choice of six high quality embroidered logos – Austin Cooper S, British Motor Heritage, MG, Morris, Morris CooperContinue Reading

Hampshire-based classic car enthusiasts support frontline rescue services and citizens affected by war

A husband-and-wife team of classic car enthusiasts from the New Forest are to donate two fully prepared vehicles to support Ukrainian medical services as part of a life-saving mission in Eastern Europe. Richard and Gosia Myers have enlisted the help of a number of local businesses to prepare the twoContinue Reading

The HCVA has today launched its latest initiative to help classic vehicles achieve Net-Zero CO2 emissions. The Historic and Classic Vehicles sector is already the epitome of sustainability with “Reuse, Repair, Recycle” at its core. Whilst we all recognise that classic vehicles are a large part of our heritage asContinue Reading

The inaugural meeting of the Historic and Classic Vehicle User Group took place on 7th October 2021. This brought together the DVLA, key membership groups, the Association of Old Vehicle Clubs in Northern Ireland (AOVC), the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) and the Royal Automobile Club (RAC), andContinue Reading

Hagerty Identifies The UK’s Most Financially Viable Classic Cars To Restore

Hagerty is best known as a classic vehicle insurer, but with a 600,000-member strong Drivers Club, an 800,000-circulation printed magazine and 1.4m subscribers on YouTube they are one of the world’s largest automotive lifestyle brands. Hagerty UK regularly continually monitors the classic car market and provides insight to the community.Continue Reading

New Poll Shows Interest Growing in Historic Vehicles - Flivver Online

The UK Government has revealed plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 followed by the same sanctions being placed on all hybrid vehicles five years later, in 2035. The move is part of the UK Government’s £12 billion strategy for stimulating green industry andContinue Reading

Final Call For Nominations For The 2020 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards

The finalists for the 2020 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards, which recognise outstanding achievements within the British historic motoring and motorsport world, have now been revealed. The judges had an impressive and diverse list of candidates across all the categories to scrutinise and have now selected their finalists in eachContinue Reading