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  • Fastest 50: 2018 Yorkshire winners named by Ward Hadaway

    Fastest 50: 2018 Yorkshire winners named by Ward Hadaway

    Source: The Yorkshire Post, March 2018

    The Yorkshire Post and Ward Hadaway Yorkshire Fastest 50 awards 2018 held at Aspire in Leeds. 'Jonathan Simpson celebrates with colleagues Suzanne Latimer, Rachel Pease and Andrew Thirkill at Pure Retirement winners of the Fastest Growing Large Business and Overall winners. Picture Tony Johnson.Read more at: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/fastest-50-2018-yorkshire-winners-named-by-ward-hadaway-1-9072670 ...

  • The faster you go the better it gets

    The faster you go the better it gets

    Source: Classic Cars - March 2018

    [The List] - Your dream drive mad real. Philip Martin's car past is laregly made up of nippy roadsters and hatches, bar a brief spell of a rotted MK2 ownership. Can a fine example still set his pulse racing fifty years later?...

  • Classic Car show is on road to success

    Classic Car show is on road to success

    Source: Gazette & Herald - July 2017

    One of the growing attractions at this year’s Malton Show was the classic car exhibition which had doubled in size from 60 vehicles to 150. Nick Szkiler from the Malton based classic & Sportscar Centre.................

  • Gleaming classic cars prove a star attraction

    Gleaming classic cars prove a star attraction

    Source: Gazette & Herald, July 2016

    One of the new attractions at this year's MaltonShow was a classic car exhibition displaying a widerange of more than 60 unique vehicles. Nick Szkiler, from the Malton based Classic & Sportscar Centre, which ran and judged the section said it had been a great success.  ...

  • Classic addition to Malton Show

    Classic addition to Malton Show

    Source: Gazette & Herald, June 2016

    This year the Malton Agricultureal Society unveils its new Classic Car section. Classic car enthusiasts from all over Yorkshire will be exhibiting at Malton Show. . . . ....

  • Classic cars set to draw the crowds

    Classic cars set to draw the crowds

    Source: Malton & Pickering Mercury, June 2016

    This year there's a new event at Malton Show which is bound to attract thoes who love and own classic cars. Vintage vehicle enthusiasts from all over Yorkshire will be exhibiting at the show and entry numbers have been so high that extr space has been allocated at the showground. ...

  • Living North Magazine

    Living North Magazine

    Source: Living North Magazine, June 2016

    Malton-based Classic & Sportscar Centre celebrated their 25th birthday with a black tie dinner at The National Railway Museum in York. 
  • A genuine sense of appreciation and kinship

    A genuine sense of appreciation and kinship

    Source: Practical Classics, May 2016

    Chatting to Quentin Willson surrounded by railway carriages on a Saturday night in Yorkshire does seem like a strange dream sequence from the darkest inroads of the Larkin mind, but it’s true. You might even want to know why. Quentin was a speaker and I was a guest at a dinner marking 25 years of a North Yorkshire based dealer – the Classic & Sportscar Centre.

  • C&SCC Celebrates 25 Years

    C&SCC Celebrates 25 Years

    Source: Classic Car Mart, May 2016

    Classic & Sportscar Centre has been enjoying exciting times recently, having seen staff levels nearly doubled in the past 18 months across three divisions covering sales, restoration and maintenance. Earlier this month, the Yorkshire-based classic car specialist also celebrated 25 years in business with a star-studded event at the National Railway Museum in York....

  • Firm's 25-year celebration

    Firm's 25-year celebration

    Source: Gazette & Herald, April 2016

    A MALTON-based company is celebrating 25 years in business. Classic & Sportscar Centre marked the anniversary with a dinner for staff and customers from around the world at the National Railway Museum in York. ...