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22nd Annual Chicagoland British Car Festival

22nd Annual Chicagoland British Car Festival a Success More than 500 British car owners and enthusiasts were greeted by blue skies and a cooling western breeze at the 22nd annual Chicagoland British Car Festival. The event took place Sunday, September 7, at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, just outside of Chicago. The festival was…

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Mitty Mania Summer 2008

British Cars Add to the Global Tapestry at Road Atlanta By Scott R. Lear Many events claim to offer something for everyone, but the GRM Speedfest at the Classic Motorsports Mitty presented by Mazda is truly an all-you-can-eat buffet of automotive delicacies from around the world. Held this year from May 1-4, the Mitty served…

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Ten Safety and Convenience Upgrades for Your British Car

By Gary Anderson So you’ve just bought that British car of your dreams or are in the final stages of restoration and are looking forward to getting it out on the road. It may be show-worthy, but this won’t become a trailer queen. But wait: even if you’d like to keep it as original as…

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Palo Alto All British Car Show

Palo Alto All British Car Show, El Camino Park, September 9, 2007 By Mike Chaput, photography by John Quilter If there was ever a place destined to host a British Car Show, it’s the college town of Palo Alto, California home of Stanford, birth place of Hewlett-Packard and most importantly the location of the Palo Alto British…

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Buttonwillow Raceway Park

12th Annual British Extravaganza Presented by Moss Motors By Mike Chaput; photography by Moss Motors staff It was a fine central California weekend, perfect for racing and showing British cars at Buttonwillow Raceway. The usually sweltering weather of early May had given way to a kinder, gentler weekend, the cars were plentiful and the crowd…

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2005 British Extravaganza

Moss and VARA celebrate a decade of success By Ken Smith It hardly seems possible that a decade has passed since I took my little sportscar up to what seemed to be the end of the world. In 1996, Dr. Dan Longacre (who raced a 1964 MGB at that time) and The Vintage Auto Racing…

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English Spirit

Braving Rain at the Rolling British Car Day By Dan Kahn We heard about the 11th Annual Rolling British Car Day a few weeks prior to the event. The concept was simple, yet brilliant: take advantage of the fantastic Southern California weather with not one, but two car shows, and throw in a parade and…

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British Value Guide: MG TD-F

By Rick Feibusch Sportscars are as American as apple pie. In the early days of motoring, many of the world’s sportiest speedsters and raciest roadsters were built right here in the good ol’ US of A. While cars like the Stutz Bearcat, Mercer Racabout, and the Apperson Jackrabbit could burn up a track with the…

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British Value Guide: TR250/6

By Rick Feibusch The Triumph TR6 just might be the last mid-sized British roadster bargain. While exceptional examples are in the $15,000 area, very presentable drivers can still be had for about ten grand. This buys a gutsy little roadster with lots of bottom end, a snarly exhaust note, and an interior that can accommodate…

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Car Show Spectacular

Whoever said that British car shows ain’t what they used to be hasn’t been to one recently. Just as used to span the globe to cover the constant variety of sports, we spent the summer and fall attending British car shows. Here are highlights of five outstanding meets. Whoever said that British car shows ain’t…

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