If you’re a British car fan you have to adore the major British classic car magazines, Classic & Sports Cars and Thoroughbred & Classic Cars. The former seems more oriented towards those who drive their cars; the latter caters more to those who collect cars. Together they’re wickedly expensive in the US, available only at the big box bookstores but worth every farthing. They’re both brilliantly photographed and very well written, so much so that I’ve collected quite a library of them over the past 20 years.
Alastair Clements now edits Classic & Sports Cars and he recently posted this item on his company blog. It’s so well done – and fits so well with my philosophy around classic car ownership – that I had to share it here.