Changes to Motoring Events due to Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect the possibility of motoring events taking place. The uncertainty of the ongoing lockdown situation, particularly bearing in mind the large numbers of people who attend these events, has been making planning and organisation extremely Read on! →

Online Car Auctions: a pitfall for trade sellers?

The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has driven car auctions entirely online. An obvious solution to keep auctions going but one that does make a difference when it comes to the law in England & Wales. In short, rights are being conceded Read on! →

Goodwood 78th Members’ Meeting update

Goodwood has just announced that the 78th Members’ Meeting which was due to take place on 28-29 March 2020 has been postponed until 2021. The provisional dates are 10-11 April 2021. Further details will follow in due course, and more Read on! →

Classic Car thefts down

During the current corona virus situation there has been a drop of more than 50% in the theft of “classic” cars. The 19 reported such thefts from January to March this year is down from last year’s figure of 39. Read on! →

Coys in administration

Coys of Kensington Automobiles has gone into administration. The administrators were appointed on April 17 by the High Court of Justice. This does not appear on Coys’ own website which is still listing its next classic-car auction scheduled for July Read on! →

Last Porsche 911 speedster auctioned

Following an online auction hosted in America by RM Sotheby’s, the last Porsche 911 (991) to come off the serial production line went for $500,000 (excluding buyer’s premium). Porsche Cars North America, Inc. will match the winning bid to raise Read on! →

Good news on fuel for classic car owners

Welcome good news for concerned classic car owners now that the Government has confirmed that it will continue to make fuel containing 5% bioethanol (E5) available for owners of historic vehicles. Rachel Maclean, parliamentary under-secretary at the Department for Transport, Read on! →