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  • The Golden Age of Motoring Sale

    The Golden Age of Motoring Sale

    Chris Graham on 14th February 2024

    We report on the recent Bonhams Golden Age of Motoring Sale and the fascinating range of veterans and steamers sold at the event.

  • Ford’s Thames Trader; a personal tale

    Ford’s Thames Trader; a personal tale

    Chris Graham on 2nd October 2023

    Alan Dale takes a personal look back at the Thames Trader, which enabled Ford to take the fight to Bedford and Commer in the 1950s.

  • 1941 Ford 11Y truck

    1941 Ford 11Y truck

    Chris Graham on 11th August 2023

    We spotlight a 1941 Ford 11Y truck that still runs as well today as it did when it left the factory during World War 2.

  • The world’s largest motor graders!

    The world’s largest motor graders!

    Chris Graham on 9th June 2023

    Keith Haddock takes a look at some of the world’s largest motor graders, most of which are now relegated to the history books.

  • Brilliant Beamish!

    Brilliant Beamish!

    Chris Graham on 2nd June 2023

    David Reed reports from the wonderful, two-day steam gala which took place recently at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North.

  • The sad demise of 1953 Mediterranean Sky

    The sad demise of 1953 Mediterranean Sky

    Chris Graham on 23rd March 2023

    Henry Brayshaw traces the history of a once famous ship from the 1950s, which ended its days as the Greek ferry Mediterranean Sky.

  • The wartime history of General Motors

    The wartime history of General Motors

    Chris Graham on 13th March 2023

    Ed Burrows delves into the wartime history of General Motors, which manufactured around 1.2 million trucks during World War Two.

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