Blog graeme hurst

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The one I should never have sold

Had a rather nostalgic e-mail earlier this week from a mate of mine in my native South Africa. It wasn’t so much what Georg wrote, but the picture ...

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Why visiting Pebble is a must for all enthusiasts

Just back from Pebble Beach and overwhelmed with both jet-lag and some simply awesome memories. I've been fortunate enough to experience the ...

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Pebble Beach uncovered

Had an early start today to catch one of the highlights of Monterey week today: the Hagerty Dawn Patrol. It's the must ‘tick off’ experience to ...

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California dreamin'

First day in Monterey and - despite the jet lag and chronic fatigue of an 11- hour flight (made worse thanks to a screaming infant in the row ...

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The thrill of spotting street-parked classics

Most of us have some nearby us and many of us deliberately go out of our way to see them whenever we're in the neighbourhood: street-parked ...

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Moore fan takes passion to a new level

I was thrilled to see a car I once featured at last week’s Salon Privé. I say thrilled because it’s a] seriously cool and b] it’s at last getting ...

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Gangster wheels inspire Traction restoration

With my Jaguar XK150 finally (reliably) back in action following its re-wire (see more on that in August’s Our Classics) my thoughts have turned ...

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Blasting over the Alps in BMW's finest

We all know car manufacturers have woken up to the value of their heritage over the last decade but it’s still great to see them go further than ...

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Arches span history

I get a real kick out of our rich and diverse hobby’s ceaseless ability to throw up hidden gems. Especially when the pop up in the most unlikely ...