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Nick Szkiler came across the motor, believed to have belonged to Hitler's second-in-command Hermann Goering, rusting away on a Russian farm.
There's no doubt that cars have come a long way over the years but has all the technology that is crammed into modern vehicles really made things better or has something important been lost in the process?
Continuing our series on classic car traders, plus what's happening on the forecourts and who has the best deals! This month Grundy Mack
With sleek style, old-world charm and fine manners, the MGA has a foot in old and new MG camps. Paul Hardiman is the go-between
If you are worried that buying a classic car from a dealer means paying through the nose, fear not! At Grundy Mack you can buy with confidence at prices similar to the private market. Jonathan Hill went to investigate their sales and service.
Intrigued by the idea of a motor museum where all the exhibits are for sale, Russ Smith heads for Yorkshire to find the man with the vision and drive some of his cars
One of the most striking features of the classic vehicle movement in the last few years has been the high incidence of buyers seeking vehicles that they can get about in and use on events.
Two businessmen from Huddersfield visited Poland to give Christmas cheer to sick children.
What better for visiting Yorkshire transport museums than three contrasting Bradford-built Jowetts, reckons Nick Larkin. But he returns from the trip an angry young man
Huddersfield businessman and self-confessed car fanatic Nick Szkiler organised an emotional reunion for an 82-year-old former chauffeur and his favourite car.