Monthly Archives: March 2012

Collectible Classics Up For Auction

In Mallusk, an auctioning company will be selling a large collection of classic cars that used to belong to the ex-President of the East Antrim Old Vehicle Club. Donald Davies, past president of the club and a classic car aficionado from Glengormley, passed away in November last year. Davies, 72, left behind him a large collection of collectible vintage cars. … Continue reading


Ethanol Spike In Petrol Gives Shivers To Classic Car Owners

The current fuel problem is no stranger to anyone in the world. But did you know that the fuel type running in car and bike engines at present may severely harm your classic car? Due to the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation that was announced by the Government in 2005, petrol now comes mixed with up till five per cent ethyl … Continue reading


Vintage Bentley Set To Become Most Expensive British Classic Ever Sold

An old classic Bentley will be sold in the open market for a record price of £5 million, making it the most expensive British classic ever to be sold. The 1929 Bentley 4.5 Litre, which belonged to British racing champion Sir Henry ‘Tiger Tim’ Birkin, shot to fame when it touched a staggering 137mph during the illustrious Brooklands Outer Circuit in … Continue reading