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Something borrowed, something new. The rise and rise of the Restomod

Posted by - Tim Earnshaw on 15 March 2023 (Updated 20 March 2023)
Categories: Advice
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Blending classic looks with modern tech, Windrush’s Restomod enthusiasts take a closer look at the best of the latest launches.

Many enthusiasts choose a side to champion, either classic cars or modern cars. The style and flair of a classic has undeniable appeal with charm and character aplenty to add the icing on top of driving performance and pleasure – but with age comes occasional issues. Modern enthusiast cars offer all the speed, safety, and thrills anyone could wish for, but what they gain in useability they can lose in individual character and individuality.

Does the Restomod blend the best of both worlds with its mix of classic looks and modern tech? At Windrush, our long-term car storage team loves a Restomod and here we select our favourites from the latest releases.

Singer 911 DLS

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The Singer DLS (Dynamics and Lightweight Study) is a bit different to the usual 964-based Singer as it was designed to be light and fast, while retaining some of the Singer styling characteristics. A carbon fibre body starts things off, but it’s the Williams-developed, turbocharged 4.0-litre flat-six with 500hp that sets this car apart. Being a Singer, it has all the finishing touches you’d expect, along with a rather eye-watering price tag of $1.8 million.

Automobili Amos Lancia Delta Futurista

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Eugenio Amos, a 33-year-old race driver and car fanatic from Varese created a perfectly proportioned homage to Lancia’s rally hero, reimagined with hand-formed aluminium bodywork, a carbon-fibre fascia, and just two doors. A total of 20 customer cars will be made, weighing 1250kg, with 330bhp, each costing €300,000. While the original is legendary, modern tech makes the Futurista reliable and usable, not something the original could boast.

Alfaholics GTA-R

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Is this the car most think about when hearing the phrase Restomod? The Alfaholics GTA-R offers a piece of automotive art matched with a very analogue driver’s car. Its 2.3-litre four-cylinder engine gives 240 hp, but a stripped-down interior and back to basics drive keeps things exciting. Lightweight, raw and no compromise, the GTA-R typifies the less is more approach, something which true enthusiasts appreciate.

KAMM 912c

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Like the Alfa, this Budapest-born take on the classic 912 also has lightweight performance as its USP. Carbon fibre everywhere, a 4-cylinder engine producing under 200hp and a wet weight of just 750kg ensures thrills aplenty, with slimline, classic looks to boot. What it lacks in creature comforts, it makes up for in attention to detail. Exquisite to look at and rewarding to drive, the newly launched KAMM brand is one to watch.

Kingsley Range Rover Classic

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Kingsley are renowned for offering a variety of classic Range Rover models, some with the addition of a Chevrolet V8, that combine the stately looks of a classic Range Rover with modern chassis components, upgraded transmission, and reworked interiors. For those who want the class of an original Range Rover, with the convenience, reliability, and performance of something far more modern, there’s no other choice.

Eagle Low Drag GT

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Eagle are well known for their beautiful takes on a modern E-Type and the new Eagle Low Drag GT takes things up a notch. Its aluminium body resembles the Low Drag racing cars from the mid-’60s, coupled with a new 4.7-litre six-cylinder engine with 345 hp. As with all Eagles, the Low Drag is beautifully finished and well-accomplished, drawing on their years of experience in this sector.

Redux BMW M3 E30

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Redux takes the celebrated BMW E30 M3 and enhances it to their own specification. The standard 2.3-litre engine is enlarged to 2.5 with over 300 hp. To match the performance the car gets wider wheel arches, new suspension, steering and brakes. On top of that, various custom touches are added to make a faster, useable, and modern E30 M3 whilst retaining its classic looks. Redux claim 30 examples will be built.

Volvo P1800 Cyan

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The Cyan P1800 has been around a while now (in Restomod terms) but remains ultra-cool and über-desirable. The original ’60s P1800 coupe was already blessed with stunningly good looks, so it’s no surprise the exterior of the Cyan retains its original form, but practically everything is new. A 2.0-litre turbocharged, 414 hp engine, brand-new suspension and brakes, racing gearbox and lightweight body being the highlights.

Kimera EVO37

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Kimera present their take on how the road version of the last rear-drive car to win the WRC might have looked, if it used the latest technology we have available today. It’s a little longer and wider than the WRC car from which it takes its inspiration, with a twin-charged 2150cc four-cylinder producing 500bhp. Its development overseen by Lancia Group B engineer Claudio Lombardi, the EVO37 has essentially the same heart as the Delta S4.

Classic, modern or Restomod, all are welcome at Windrush luxury car storage

Windrush is the ultimate home from home for vehicles resting off the road, regardless or their marque or vintage. At our twin facilities in the Cotswolds and the heart of London, we’ll start with the exacting twelve-step induction process that leaves no vehicular stone unturned. But we’re alongside you all the way, too, with a tailored programme that ensures all our long-term car storage clients return to find their pride and joy at its very best.

We’d love to tell you a little more about Windrush classic car storage. Why not drop our team a line on info@windrushcarstorage.co.uk

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The Best UK Race Circuits To Drive

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There’s no shortage of fabled international race circuits, of course – but don’t overlook the gems closer to…
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There’s no shortage of fabled international race circuits, of course – but don’t overlook the gems closer to home. Considering the UK’s negligible size, these isles punch well above their weight, offering a choice of stellar tracks within day-trip distance from Windrush’s classic car storage in central London and the Cotswolds. Better still, many of the very best are yours to drive. From big names to cult heroes, here are eight of our favourite UK race circuits to drive, as chosen by Windrush’s long term car storage team.    Goodwood Motor Circuit Founded in 1948 and the only race track in the world to remain in its original form, the 2.3-mile Goodwood circuit comes with a side order of nostalgia. As the scene of all-time-great drives by Jackie Stewart, Jim Clark and more, the location is almost overwhelmingly evocative – but you’ll need every last drop of focus to negotiate the deceptively challenging six corners and chicane. Trac Môn Anglesey Circuit Presiding over the Irish Sea and in the shadows of Snowdonia, Anglesey is a cinematically stunning location, no doubt explaining the repeat business from car magazines and motoring TV shows (Chris Harris of Top Gear memorably called it a “playground for cars”). A one-time army training camp, the track opened for business in 1989 and was refreshed in 2007 as a state-of-the-art 2.1-mile circuit that’s fast, smooth and challenging. Isle of Man TT Mountain Course From May 28th, the world’s greatest bikers will take on the 37-mile route that slices through the island nation’s public streets and rural stretches. Either side of the TT event, however, the Mountain Course is yours to enjoy, starting at the Grandstand (where daring drivers can clock 100mph), around the notorious Gooseneck, and often with stunning views of the Irish Sea.     Cadwell Park Now approaching its 90th anniversary, Cadwell is nicknamed the ‘mini-Nürburgring’ for its twisty and undulating Woodland section, not to mention the notorious Mountain jump that sees bikers leave the asphalt and hang in the air for seconds on end. With track days running throughout summer, it’s a great connoisseurs choice. Santa Pod Formerly a WWII air base, Santa Pod has blazed a reputation in modern times as ground zero for the UK and Europe’s drag racing scene. It’s the ultimate location to test your launch control and acceleration over the 1/4 and 1/8 mile, although as the host of 80-plus events, you’ll need to book early for the Run What Ya Brung and Drift What Ya Brung public track days.      Oulton Park Home of the British Touring Car Championships, British Superbike Championship and British F3/GT, Oulton Park follows the natural contours of the Cheshire countryside and is all the more challenging for it – drive this hard-surfaced 2.69-mile track and you’ll negotiate everything from shifting gradients to blind crests, not to mention the treacherous Knickerbrook Corner. Silverstone GP A no-brainer, admittedly – but as the national treasure location for the British Grand Prix (an event it first hosted in 1948), every motoring enthusiast should get the chance to drive that fabled track at least once in their life. Silverstone might be iconic, but don’t be overawed – you’ll need your wits about you for the Maggotts and Copse corners that have felled many a professional. Millbrook Proving Ground Arguably Europe’s greatest vehicle testing centre – and certainly one of the largest, at 700 acres – Millbrook is generally closed to the public while the car sector’s manufacturers put their works-in-progress through their paces. There’s a back door for enthusiasts, however, with the Total Car Control and Dynamic Driving Masterclasses pairing you with a pro driver/instructor to find out what your vehicle is really capable of. Then cool your tyres with Windrush classic car storage Pushing your vehicle to the limit is an undeniable thrill, but after going to extremes, it’s even more important to wind down the right way afterwards. When your tyres cool, come to Windrush long term car storage in London or the Cotswolds. We’ll listen to your needs, then create a bespoke car storage programme that works for you. From the pace-setting twelve-step induction process that greets you, to the rolling maintenance programme for long term car storage clients, we’ll keep your car primed for action and ready to beat your lap speed record. Windrush would love to tell you more about our classic car storage solutions. Get in touch on info@windrushcarstorage.co.uk
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5 Ways To Enjoy Your Supercar

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If you are lucky enough to own a supercar, we encourage you to make sure you extract maximum excitement from your investment. From track days to supercar storage, here are five ways to make living the supercar dream even sweeter. Join An Owners Club Owning a supercar should be sociable, not a twilight existence of solitary polishing – so find out what owners clubs are out there for your marque and model. Famously friendly, an owners club will welcome you into a community of like-minded folks, who all share your obsession. Clubs can advise on the best specialists, recommend upgrades and suggest motoring events you never even knew existed, you’ll wonder how you managed without them.         Try A Track Day There comes a time in the life of every supercar owner when they realise they’ve never actually got close to realising their cars potential. To unclip your supercar’s leash in style, why not book a track day? From Silverstone to Goodwood, the nation’s most fabled racetracks are at your fingertips for as little as £99, letting you put all the technical engineering to the ultimate test, in a safe environment…with no lampposts. Book Professional Driving Tuition There’s no shame in admitting your supercar is more capable than you, but drivers can awaken their inner Lewis Hamilton with a high-performance driving lesson. Don’t come expecting to brush up on parallel parking: this sort of dynamic driver training typically takes place at a proving ground where speed is no object, placing you in the hands of a hardened coach who’ll tear apart your bad habits then rebuild you as a driver worthy of the marque. By the end, you won’t just drive the Lamborghini. You will be the Lamborghini… Take A Road Trip Every time you use it your car for a cruise down the High Street, your Ferrari dies a little inside. Supercars were born to eat tarmac, so treat yours to the best roads in the world. From the isolated majesty of Snowdonia’s, A-roads to the heaven-scraping heights of Austria’s Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, there’s a whole world out there to roam at high speed – and of course, friends at your owners club will know every hairpin and drinking hole along the way. Choose Professional Supercar Storage We’ve covered the instant gratification of supercar ownership. But when it comes to enjoying your dream machine in the long-term, the best advice of all is to treat it to professional supercar storage. With car theft rising during lockdown and incorrect storage jeopardising everything from paintwork to mechanics, it’s vital to find a supercar storage facility that understands what your model needs to stay in optimum working order. At Windrush, we’re proud to offer the complete supercar storage solution. Following a thorough twelve-step induction, we’ll settle your supercar in a dehumidified, climate-controlled indoor storage bay, maintained with 24/7 security, twice-daily checks and weekly battery and drip tray inspections. Plus, every 60 days, we’ll give your supercar an expert maintenance checkover and run it up to temperature on our internal rolling road. Whether you’re based in the countryside, or need London supercar storage, your pride and joy couldn’t be in safer hands. To discover how Windrush supercar storage can help, get in touch today.
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The Best Motoring Events of 2023

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Right now, your car is spending the snuggest winter of its life at Windrush classic car storage. But…
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Right now, your car is spending the snuggest winter of its life at Windrush classic car storage. But it’s never too soon to start looking ahead to warmer weather and planning your itinerary of motoring events for 2023. With the fallout from Covid now mercifully in our rear-view mirror, the show calendar has bounced back stronger than we could have hoped – here are eight firm favourites from our long-term car storage team. Bicester Scrambles January 8th (and throughout the year) The perfect way to blow away the new year cobwebs, Bicester’s regular Scramble events get off to a flying start on January 8th, inviting you to bring along your pre-1990 vehicle, warm your hands around a coffee, then stroll the 444-acre grounds admiring the wares of fellow enthusiasts and dropping in on artisan workshops. Keep your eyes on the website for further Scrambles for 2023 as they’re announced. British Grand Prix 7th-9th July Everyone should experience Formula 1 on home turf at least once in their lives, and the 2023 British Grand Prix is this summer’s hottest ticket. The nail-biting track action spills over into a weekend-long family festival including a fairground, BMX stunt displays, live music and – for those who aren’t racing in the morning – the legendary Mahiki After Parties with tunes spun by top DJs. Goodwood Festival Of Speed 6th-8th June Visiting the London Concours feels like stumbling across a pastoral English garden party in the heart of the Smoke. The 2023 lineup might be the best yet, including 60 years of Lamborghini, a celebration of the Porsche 911 RS, Roadgoing Race Cars, Les Grands Tourisme, Evolution of Aero, Automotive Haute Couture, Peak Sports Car, The Cars That Built Land Rover and Supercar Day.   Festival Of The Unexceptional July 29th Hagerty’s beloved Festival Of The Unexceptional salutes the cars from the ’60s to ’90s that slipped between the cracks of conventional beauty. Regular as clockwork, the 2023 event will return to its spiritual home of Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire, and this celebration of all things leftfield, unloved, mediocre and maligned is sure to bring out the crowds. Salon Privé 30th August – 3rd September Blenheim Palace is the destination for late summer, with events spanning from the hotly contested Club Trophy to the extravagent headwear of Ladies Day, plus the flagship Salon Privé Concours D’Elégance that showcases everything from modern exotica right back to treasures from the Edwardian era. You can even literally buy a helicopter in the Shopping Village. Concours Of Elegance 1st-3rd September This year’s event at Hampton Court Palace promises sixty pristine vehicles from around the world (many never seen before in the UK), while a new flagship feature is the first-century celebration of Le Mans, complete with venerable former race-winners including a 1969 Porsche 917 K and Bentley Speed Six ‘Old Number One’. Goodwood Revival 8-10th September There’s nothing quite like the Revival. Come September, the most playful date in the motoring calendar winds back the pocketwatch as packs of period-dressed partygoers descend on Goodwood Estate to watch an olde-world fleet fight it out on the famous circuit, before drinking and dancing until late. Then power down with Windrush classic car storage After a blissful summer on the circuit, turn the wheel towards Windrush luxury car storage in London and the Cotswolds. Whichever model or vintage you call your own, at Windrush’s long-term car storage facilities, we have the experts on hand to keep your vehicle looking and running its best. Our classic car storage service starts with the twelve-step induction process that announces the Windrush difference. But we go further, too, offering an ongoing maintenance schedule, tailored to your vehicle, for the length of your long-term car storage. Talk to Windrush today and discover why we’re always best in show. The Windrush team is ready to tell you more about our classic car storage. Drop us a line today on info@windrushcarstorage.co.uk
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    The Best UK Race Circuits To Drive

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    There’s no shortage of fabled international race circuits, of course – but don’t overlook the gems closer to home. Considering the UK’s negligible size, these isles punch well above their weight, offering a choice of stellar tracks within day-trip distance from Windrush’s classic car storage in central London and the Cotswolds. Better still, many of the very best are yours to drive. From big names to cult heroes, here are eight of our favourite UK race circuits to drive, as chosen by Windrush’s long term car storage team.    Goodwood Motor Circuit Founded in 1948 and the only race track in the world to remain in its original form, the 2.3-mile Goodwood circuit comes with a side order of nostalgia. As the scene of all-time-great drives by Jackie Stewart, Jim Clark and more, the location is almost overwhelmingly evocative – but you’ll need every last drop of focus to negotiate the deceptively challenging six corners and chicane. Trac Môn Anglesey Circuit Presiding over the Irish Sea and in the shadows of Snowdonia, Anglesey is a cinematically stunning location, no doubt explaining the repeat business from car magazines and motoring TV shows (Chris Harris of Top Gear memorably called it a “playground for cars”). A one-time army training camp, the track opened for business in 1989 and was refreshed in 2007 as a state-of-the-art 2.1-mile circuit that’s fast, smooth and challenging. Isle of Man TT Mountain Course From May 28th, the world’s greatest bikers will take on the 37-mile route that slices through the island nation’s public streets and rural stretches. Either side of the TT event, however, the Mountain Course is yours to enjoy, starting at the Grandstand (where daring drivers can clock 100mph), around the notorious Gooseneck, and often with stunning views of the Irish Sea.     Cadwell Park Now approaching its 90th anniversary, Cadwell is nicknamed the ‘mini-Nürburgring’ for its twisty and undulating Woodland section, not to mention the notorious Mountain jump that sees bikers leave the asphalt and hang in the air for seconds on end. With track days running throughout summer, it’s a great connoisseurs choice. Santa Pod Formerly a WWII air base, Santa Pod has blazed a reputation in modern times as ground zero for the UK and Europe’s drag racing scene. It’s the ultimate location to test your launch control and acceleration over the 1/4 and 1/8 mile, although as the host of 80-plus events, you’ll need to book early for the Run What Ya Brung and Drift What Ya Brung public track days.      Oulton Park Home of the British Touring Car Championships, British Superbike Championship and British F3/GT, Oulton Park follows the natural contours of the Cheshire countryside and is all the more challenging for it – drive this hard-surfaced 2.69-mile track and you’ll negotiate everything from shifting gradients to blind crests, not to mention the treacherous Knickerbrook Corner. Silverstone GP A no-brainer, admittedly – but as the national treasure location for the British Grand Prix (an event it first hosted in 1948), every motoring enthusiast should get the chance to drive that fabled track at least once in their life. Silverstone might be iconic, but don’t be overawed – you’ll need your wits about you for the Maggotts and Copse corners that have felled many a professional. Millbrook Proving Ground Arguably Europe’s greatest vehicle testing centre – and certainly one of the largest, at 700 acres – Millbrook is generally closed to the public while the car sector’s manufacturers put their works-in-progress through their paces. There’s a back door for enthusiasts, however, with the Total Car Control and Dynamic Driving Masterclasses pairing you with a pro driver/instructor to find out what your vehicle is really capable of. Then cool your tyres with Windrush classic car storage Pushing your vehicle to the limit is an undeniable thrill, but after going to extremes, it’s even more important to wind down the right way afterwards. When your tyres cool, come to Windrush long term car storage in London or the Cotswolds. We’ll listen to your needs, then create a bespoke car storage programme that works for you. From the pace-setting twelve-step induction process that greets you, to the rolling maintenance programme for long term car storage clients, we’ll keep your car primed for action and ready to beat your lap speed record. Windrush would love to tell you more about our classic car storage solutions. Get in touch on info@windrushcarstorage.co.uk
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    5 Ways To Enjoy Your Supercar

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    If you are lucky enough to own a supercar, we encourage you to make sure you extract maximum excitement from your investment. From track days to supercar storage, here are five ways to make living the supercar dream even sweeter. Join An Owners Club Owning a supercar should be sociable, not a twilight existence of solitary polishing – so find out what owners clubs are out there for your marque and model. Famously friendly, an owners club will welcome you into a community of like-minded folks, who all share your obsession. Clubs can advise on the best specialists, recommend upgrades and suggest motoring events you never even knew existed, you’ll wonder how you managed without them.         Try A Track Day There comes a time in the life of every supercar owner when they realise they’ve never actually got close to realising their cars potential. To unclip your supercar’s leash in style, why not book a track day? From Silverstone to Goodwood, the nation’s most fabled racetracks are at your fingertips for as little as £99, letting you put all the technical engineering to the ultimate test, in a safe environment…with no lampposts. Book Professional Driving Tuition There’s no shame in admitting your supercar is more capable than you, but drivers can awaken their inner Lewis Hamilton with a high-performance driving lesson. Don’t come expecting to brush up on parallel parking: this sort of dynamic driver training typically takes place at a proving ground where speed is no object, placing you in the hands of a hardened coach who’ll tear apart your bad habits then rebuild you as a driver worthy of the marque. By the end, you won’t just drive the Lamborghini. You will be the Lamborghini… Take A Road Trip Every time you use it your car for a cruise down the High Street, your Ferrari dies a little inside. Supercars were born to eat tarmac, so treat yours to the best roads in the world. From the isolated majesty of Snowdonia’s, A-roads to the heaven-scraping heights of Austria’s Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, there’s a whole world out there to roam at high speed – and of course, friends at your owners club will know every hairpin and drinking hole along the way. Choose Professional Supercar Storage We’ve covered the instant gratification of supercar ownership. But when it comes to enjoying your dream machine in the long-term, the best advice of all is to treat it to professional supercar storage. With car theft rising during lockdown and incorrect storage jeopardising everything from paintwork to mechanics, it’s vital to find a supercar storage facility that understands what your model needs to stay in optimum working order. At Windrush, we’re proud to offer the complete supercar storage solution. Following a thorough twelve-step induction, we’ll settle your supercar in a dehumidified, climate-controlled indoor storage bay, maintained with 24/7 security, twice-daily checks and weekly battery and drip tray inspections. Plus, every 60 days, we’ll give your supercar an expert maintenance checkover and run it up to temperature on our internal rolling road. Whether you’re based in the countryside, or need London supercar storage, your pride and joy couldn’t be in safer hands. To discover how Windrush supercar storage can help, get in touch today.
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    The Best Motoring Events of 2023

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    Right now, your car is spending the snuggest winter of its life at Windrush classic car storage. But it’s never too soon to start looking ahead to warmer weather and planning your itinerary of motoring events for 2023. With the fallout from Covid now mercifully in our rear-view mirror, the show calendar has bounced back stronger than we could have hoped – here are eight firm favourites from our long-term car storage team. Bicester Scrambles January 8th (and throughout the year) The perfect way to blow away the new year cobwebs, Bicester’s regular Scramble events get off to a flying start on January 8th, inviting you to bring along your pre-1990 vehicle, warm your hands around a coffee, then stroll the 444-acre grounds admiring the wares of fellow enthusiasts and dropping in on artisan workshops. Keep your eyes on the website for further Scrambles for 2023 as they’re announced. British Grand Prix 7th-9th July Everyone should experience Formula 1 on home turf at least once in their lives, and the 2023 British Grand Prix is this summer’s hottest ticket. The nail-biting track action spills over into a weekend-long family festival including a fairground, BMX stunt displays, live music and – for those who aren’t racing in the morning – the legendary Mahiki After Parties with tunes spun by top DJs. Goodwood Festival Of Speed 6th-8th June Visiting the London Concours feels like stumbling across a pastoral English garden party in the heart of the Smoke. The 2023 lineup might be the best yet, including 60 years of Lamborghini, a celebration of the Porsche 911 RS, Roadgoing Race Cars, Les Grands Tourisme, Evolution of Aero, Automotive Haute Couture, Peak Sports Car, The Cars That Built Land Rover and Supercar Day.   Festival Of The Unexceptional July 29th Hagerty’s beloved Festival Of The Unexceptional salutes the cars from the ’60s to ’90s that slipped between the cracks of conventional beauty. Regular as clockwork, the 2023 event will return to its spiritual home of Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire, and this celebration of all things leftfield, unloved, mediocre and maligned is sure to bring out the crowds. Salon Privé 30th August – 3rd September Blenheim Palace is the destination for late summer, with events spanning from the hotly contested Club Trophy to the extravagent headwear of Ladies Day, plus the flagship Salon Privé Concours D’Elégance that showcases everything from modern exotica right back to treasures from the Edwardian era. You can even literally buy a helicopter in the Shopping Village. Concours Of Elegance 1st-3rd September This year’s event at Hampton Court Palace promises sixty pristine vehicles from around the world (many never seen before in the UK), while a new flagship feature is the first-century celebration of Le Mans, complete with venerable former race-winners including a 1969 Porsche 917 K and Bentley Speed Six ‘Old Number One’. Goodwood Revival 8-10th September There’s nothing quite like the Revival. Come September, the most playful date in the motoring calendar winds back the pocketwatch as packs of period-dressed partygoers descend on Goodwood Estate to watch an olde-world fleet fight it out on the famous circuit, before drinking and dancing until late. Then power down with Windrush classic car storage After a blissful summer on the circuit, turn the wheel towards Windrush luxury car storage in London and the Cotswolds. Whichever model or vintage you call your own, at Windrush’s long-term car storage facilities, we have the experts on hand to keep your vehicle looking and running its best. Our classic car storage service starts with the twelve-step induction process that announces the Windrush difference. But we go further, too, offering an ongoing maintenance schedule, tailored to your vehicle, for the length of your long-term car storage. Talk to Windrush today and discover why we’re always best in show. The Windrush team is ready to tell you more about our classic car storage. Drop us a line today on info@windrushcarstorage.co.uk
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