Hello, and welcome to Classic-Cars-Online the on line place for information on all things for the classic car community. I have 2 classics myself a 1969 MGB GT and a 1972 Triumph Spitfire which I am in the process of a full nut and bolt restoration of which is taking a lot longer than I expected! Although my 2 classics are quite "common" in classic car terms I am interested in all classics and given the time, space and money then my drive would contain a few more "exotic" examples perhaps a E Type Jaguar, a Bristol or a Lotus (we can all dream). You can also try classic-car-magazine here.
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