My Classic 1989 E30 BMW 325i SE

Ongoing diary including video reports and Instagram posts

Follow #BCGBMWE30 on social media Bookmark this page to follow my ongoing series with this car – everything that happens with the ownership of this BMW – one that I’ve owned for the second time. I used to own a blue one just like this back in the 1990s, and it was one of my most missed cars.

Testing out the GTechniq Ceramic GWash car shampoo on the BCG BMW E30 325i SE today – it’s supposed to have superior dirt removal, but also provide a protective coating. I give the dirty bimmer a wash, see how it is to use, and will check in about a week to see if it’s down any better at repelling dirt. And then try the second shampoo that GTechniq has sent to me on a regular basis. Stay tuned to find out how I get on.

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Jensen Interceptor R Restomod Review

Coolest name in British Automotive History gets new muscle!

This stunning brown British classic sportscar looks like it’s time-warped in from the 1960s or 70s. Well, it certainly may have originated from that period, but this is essentially a new car, or rather what is popularly known as a ‘restomod’. 

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Lancia Aurelia B20GT ‘Outlaw’

Stunning little hot-rodded Restomod by Thornley Kelham at 2021 Concours of Elegance yesterday

This little beauty was a real eye-catcher. Absolutely loved the Lancia Aurelia B20GT ‘Outlaw’ hot-rod style Bracca-spec car, made by Thornley Kelham of the Cotswolds and displayed at the 2021 Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace. At first glance it’s an American-inspired chop-top hot-road restomod, but in fact there’s a back-story that proves, this is how one car actually was back in the day. Check out the exquisite interior too! #BCGEvents

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Why the 1969 Camaro was the best Chevy ever

When Chevrolet scratched a cat and ate Mustangs

In Dubai, UAE, around 2012 I shot this beautiful 1969 Chevrolet Camaro belonging to Khalid Bin Hadher of Performance Garage for featuring to go on the Motoring Middle East website. He later resprayed it to yellow and soon I’ll post up another feature we did with it then – stay tuned.

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All-new, yet still old, but lovely, Morgan Plus Four

I know what you’re thinking – that’s still just the same old Morgan, what’s new about that?

Well apparently it’s ‘the most revolutionary advancement in the model’s 70-year history – 97% of its components are new’.

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