• A working, 1950s pick-up

    A working, 1950s pick-up

    Chris Graham on 21st August 2020

    Mike Neale reports on a rare and desirable working, 1950s pick-up that was bought and restored so that it could be used to transport and AJS motorcycle.

  • A stationary engine treat

    A stationary engine treat

    Chris Graham on 20th August 2020

    Alan and Lynne Cullen reflect on a stationary engine treat to be found tucked away in the wonderful, Butterley Museum, Derbyshire.

  • A terrific Thames Trader

    A terrific Thames Trader

    Chris Graham on 16th August 2020

    Ian Chadwick is building a fine collection of restored lorries. Peter Simpson samples one of his recent restorations, truly a terrific Thames Trader!

  • Hy-Mac 480 excavator restoration

    Hy-Mac 480 excavator restoration

    Chris Graham on 11th June 2020

    Jeremy Rowland enjoys a trip to see the superb results of an exacting and expert, 'nut and bolt' Hy-Mac 480 excavator restoration.

  • Industrial Stuart-Turner P55

    Industrial Stuart-Turner P55

    Chris Graham on 4th June 2020

    Two-stroke engines are like Marmite; people either love or hate them. But Philip Thornton-Evison is a big fan his industrial Stuart-Turner P55

  • A first class delivery!

    A first class delivery!

    Chris Graham on 2nd May 2020

    Having restored a red Morris JB mail van, Gordon Wilson needed a green GPO van to match it. Peter Simpson tells the story of a first class delivery, and gets to see the rest of the collection, too.

  • Superbly-restored 1939 Foden DG5

    Superbly-restored 1939 Foden DG5

    Chris Graham on 1st May 2020

    David Reed drops in on Steve Boot, to see his superbly-restored 1939 Foden DG5; a recent returnee to the rally scene, following many years away and a second rebuild.

  • Back to barracks for Lord Roberts! 

    Back to barracks for Lord Roberts! 

    Chris Graham on 14th April 2020

    James Hamilton was invited to witness Fowler road loco, Lord Roberts, being sent back to barracks as it returned to one of its old working haunts.

  • Richard Hornsby traction engine

    Richard Hornsby traction engine

    Chris Graham on 11th April 2020

    Bob Butrim recounts the history and restoration story of Mark Leahy’s fine, 1890 Richard Hornsby traction engine in Australia. 

  • Royal Navy Austin K2/Y restored

    Royal Navy Austin K2/Y restored

    Chris Graham on 29th March 2020

    This 1943 Royal Navy Austin K2/Y ambulance has spent far more of its life ferrying farm workers and produce around, than transporting injured military personnel, as Richard Gunn explains.

  • Peugeot J7 camper rejuvenated

    Peugeot J7 camper rejuvenated

    Chris Graham on 28th March 2020

    The Peugeot J7 camper is bigger, cheaper and a lot rarer than a VW alternative, and has every bit as much character, as Mike Neale discovers.

  • Ford Model A restoration

    Ford Model A restoration

    Chris Graham on 25th March 2020

    Enthusiast Dave Sibbald’s Ford Model A restoration has allowed him to take a step back in time, as Bob Weir discovers.

  • Lucky Scania survivor!

    Lucky Scania survivor!

    Chris Graham on 13th March 2020

    Although Jon and Jamie Holey’s restored 1987 Scania 142M had a relatively short working life, it was a far from easy one. Peter Simpson meets this lucky Scania survivor, and its enthusiastic owners.

  • Power and glory

    Power and glory

    Chris Graham on 12th March 2020

    David Lemonius has been a County man for many years, and this interest has culminated in the restoration of a fine Super 6. This is his story about that tractor; at tale of power and glory!

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