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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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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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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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Classic Car Insurance

Correctly Covering Your Assests! By Jim McGowan Insurance is like taxes—you just hate to write the check. It’s a nebulous thing: You send out money but nothing comes back. We all hate buying something we can’t touch or feel. But for anyone who’s had reason to call in that insurance investment, filing a claim can…

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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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Protection Selection

Damage control for your car’s paint and interior By Jim McGowan Regardless of your British car’s vintage, make, or model, the only way to guarantee its continued survival is to protect it from garage encounters, road hazards, and Mother Nature’s fury. The best damage control technique is to be proactive rather than reactive: You don’t…

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Editorial: British Car Shows Breed Better Stories

By Robert Goldman This editorial was going to be a harangue about the lack of a truly big British car day in Southern California. We have as high a population of British classics here as anywhere in the U.S., yet it’s been years since Southern California could muster 500 cars all on the same day….

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MG Car Nut

By Peter Calabrese Robert Frost once wrote, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by…” So it is with me and my MG Midget. While the purists among you Spridget owners may be content to drive the curvy back roads of the countryside in your stock Midgets or Sprites,…

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Sweating Bullets

The basics of show readiness By Geoff Wheatley What do judges look for at auto shows? At almost every car show that I attend, this is one of the most asked questions by classic car owners. For some unknown reason, many show participants believe the answer or answers are as difficult to obtain as the…

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