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Practical Classics

Dec 01 2020
Magazine

Practical Classics magazine has a 30-year tradition of delivering the very best, hands-on classic car experiences to its readers. Every staff writer and contributor works on and restores their own classics. Each issue is packed with: * Rigorous buying advice * Real-world product tests * Inspirational classic driving features * Fascinating historical insight Practical Classics is also a campaigning title, taking the concerns of classic car owners to Parliament and keeping its readers' classics where they belong - on the road. So come and join PC in the workshop - the kettle's on.

WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP • Where the team gives Clarkson a lesson on classics

November no show • Classic Motor Show postponed to 2021

THE MONTH IN 5 PICTURES

Starting HANDLE • Danny Hopkins champions a brilliantly diverse hobby

! DULL BUT IMPORTANT • Legislation/survey news

Don Hayter RIP • MGB designer dies at the ripe old age of 94

THIS MONTH WE LOVE…

MY MONTH IN 5 PICTURES • Danny hatches a plan with a bright yellow Marina…

Rover to ride again! • Mega-mile 216 saved from scrappage, sold for charity

BEAULIEU SERVICING FOR ALL! • National Motor Museum opens its workshop doors to the public

NEWS IN BRIEF…

MOGGY MATRIMONIES • Mint Morris Minor gets to the church on time

Ex-Works Triumph found • Former Paddy Hopkirk 2.5 PI breaks cover in Scotland

The temptation page • Go on, treat yourself or your classic to the latest kit on the market

BOOKSHELF

CLUBS EVENTS

Where to go this weekend…

MEMORY LANE • Electric motors and internal combustión engines

Swift Swede REVIVED • Aircraft engineer John Allen takes technical excellence and project management to new levels

YOUR SHOUT • Classic emails, letters, tweets, posts & threads

Quick posts

YOUR CROSSWORD

Practical Classics

YOUR CARS • The classics you love, drive and restore

SPOTTED • Older cars in everyday use

Catching SPIES • After yet another 007 movie postponement, PC presents the best replica Bond Lotus ever

How Fabian did it…

‘Event organisers are the heroes of 2020’ • Missing events? You can still flash your classic…

‘Electric washers were once oh-so decadent’ • John reminisces about early technological advances

‘I get turned on by another person’s junk’ • A love of vehicular detritus is tricky, admits Theo

RUST IN PEACE • Your barn finds and discoveries in the field

Picture PERFECT • Danny Hopkins celebrates 100 years of Mazda with a recreation – car and location

IAN AND HIS 626 4WS • Rare Mazda saloon was the 1988 flagship

GO ON, SHOW US YOURS! • Fancy seeing your brochure shot in PC?

MARKETPLACE • Classic values & essential buying advice

The Good Auction Guide • PC’s pick of the best classic auctions

PRACTICALLY CLASSIC • Emerging classic at bottom of its price curve

TRENDING AND ENDING? • What’s hot and what’s not in the market

If I had the money… • Russ Smith’s pick of cars offered through ClassicCarsForSale

Oxfordshire Sevens • An Austin Seven haven in the Oxfordshire countryside

WHAT I BOUGHT/SOLD THIS MONTH… • 1998 FORD MONDEO ST24 ESTATE DANNY HOPKINS

Austin A30/A35 • Small but perfectly formed this DIY-friendly icon is a hoot to drive and own

THREE QUESTIONS WITH AN A35 OWNER • Heather Walsh’s A35 has been in the family since new

Bond Baiters • If we were a Bond Villain what car would we choose?

‘I took on Land Rover and won. Well, not quite…’ • James Walshe learns how to drive his newly purchased Panda...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 162 Publisher: H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED Edition: Dec 01 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 27, 2020

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Practical Classics magazine has a 30-year tradition of delivering the very best, hands-on classic car experiences to its readers. Every staff writer and contributor works on and restores their own classics. Each issue is packed with: * Rigorous buying advice * Real-world product tests * Inspirational classic driving features * Fascinating historical insight Practical Classics is also a campaigning title, taking the concerns of classic car owners to Parliament and keeping its readers' classics where they belong - on the road. So come and join PC in the workshop - the kettle's on.

WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP • Where the team gives Clarkson a lesson on classics

November no show • Classic Motor Show postponed to 2021

THE MONTH IN 5 PICTURES

Starting HANDLE • Danny Hopkins champions a brilliantly diverse hobby

! DULL BUT IMPORTANT • Legislation/survey news

Don Hayter RIP • MGB designer dies at the ripe old age of 94

THIS MONTH WE LOVE…

MY MONTH IN 5 PICTURES • Danny hatches a plan with a bright yellow Marina…

Rover to ride again! • Mega-mile 216 saved from scrappage, sold for charity

BEAULIEU SERVICING FOR ALL! • National Motor Museum opens its workshop doors to the public

NEWS IN BRIEF…

MOGGY MATRIMONIES • Mint Morris Minor gets to the church on time

Ex-Works Triumph found • Former Paddy Hopkirk 2.5 PI breaks cover in Scotland

The temptation page • Go on, treat yourself or your classic to the latest kit on the market

BOOKSHELF

CLUBS EVENTS

Where to go this weekend…

MEMORY LANE • Electric motors and internal combustión engines

Swift Swede REVIVED • Aircraft engineer John Allen takes technical excellence and project management to new levels

YOUR SHOUT • Classic emails, letters, tweets, posts & threads

Quick posts

YOUR CROSSWORD

Practical Classics

YOUR CARS • The classics you love, drive and restore

SPOTTED • Older cars in everyday use

Catching SPIES • After yet another 007 movie postponement, PC presents the best replica Bond Lotus ever

How Fabian did it…

‘Event organisers are the heroes of 2020’ • Missing events? You can still flash your classic…

‘Electric washers were once oh-so decadent’ • John reminisces about early technological advances

‘I get turned on by another person’s junk’ • A love of vehicular detritus is tricky, admits Theo

RUST IN PEACE • Your barn finds and discoveries in the field

Picture PERFECT • Danny Hopkins celebrates 100 years of Mazda with a recreation – car and location

IAN AND HIS 626 4WS • Rare Mazda saloon was the 1988 flagship

GO ON, SHOW US YOURS! • Fancy seeing your brochure shot in PC?

MARKETPLACE • Classic values & essential buying advice

The Good Auction Guide • PC’s pick of the best classic auctions

PRACTICALLY CLASSIC • Emerging classic at bottom of its price curve

TRENDING AND ENDING? • What’s hot and what’s not in the market

If I had the money… • Russ Smith’s pick of cars offered through ClassicCarsForSale

Oxfordshire Sevens • An Austin Seven haven in the Oxfordshire countryside

WHAT I BOUGHT/SOLD THIS MONTH… • 1998 FORD MONDEO ST24 ESTATE DANNY HOPKINS

Austin A30/A35 • Small but perfectly formed this DIY-friendly icon is a hoot to drive and own

THREE QUESTIONS WITH AN A35 OWNER • Heather Walsh’s A35 has been in the family since new

Bond Baiters • If we were a Bond Villain what car would we choose?

‘I took on Land Rover and won. Well, not quite…’ • James Walshe learns how to drive his newly purchased Panda...


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