Blog Greg MacLeman

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MoT exemption: an overdue change or dangerous move?

It’s been a wild 24 hours for those of us who own classic cars. With one swoop of a pen, the Department for Transport has exempted most classic ...

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Could continuation classics herald the end of the booming market?

News broke this week that Aston Martin is set to build a limited production run of continuation Lightweight DB4GTs and, rather than get me ...

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Lusting after a languishing classic

For the past two years, my classic fleet has consisted of just one car: my MGB. The lack of space that goes with living in London is the main ...

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One Triumph, three friends, two thousand miles

There’s nothing better than having an adventure in your classic; I get a real buzz from driving to far flung destinations with friends. My MG has ...

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Investment in top-end classics takes a sinister turn

Never talk about religion or politics, they say. I put it to you that we add ‘investment’  to that short list. In particular, investment in ...

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Braving the weather bomb

It's getting to that time of year when the tabloids begin to warn us that world-ending snowstorms are heading straight for the UK, and that ...

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100 years of passion: C&SC returns to the birthplace of Maserati

It’s fair to say that the world of automotive journalism is place where, more often than not, the cliché is king. This is particularly true of ...

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Multi-million pound show car? Not for me

Over the past few years the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show has become the undeniable king of the British show season. It's been the ...

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Life in the fast lane: Greg MacLeman takes on The Stig

Ask most petrolheads what they honestly think about their driving talent and the majority will tell you they're pretty good. Ask a group of ...

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Chasing McQueen through California

When I found out that I would be covering the 2014 Monterey week, the name of one man popped into my head – Steve McQueen. The actor and motor ...