Young classic car enthusiasts want to learn!!

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jamiethomas
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There are a few mature classic car enthusiasts out there. However, there are also an increasing amount of young classic car enthusiasts., such as myself. I used to be very much involved in modern sport cars and motor-racing. Don't get me wrong, I still am but since I started at Classic & Sports Car, I feel that my passion has gone more towards classic cars and historic motor-racing, mainly because of its history and people within the industry.

I am learning a lot through Classic & Sports Car, my clients and colleagues but I am eager to know more. For someone like me who has a basic knowledge about classics and wants to get more in-depth insights, such as "how to buy your first classic car" or  "how to learn more about classics" or "What to buy", it seems we do not have much guidance to go forwar, except of the magazine of course.

Any suggestions?

Johnmurrayhill
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Knowing YOU Jamie, I believe you already have an amazing classic-car knowledge, surpassed only by Mr. Deverell himself.

jamiethomas
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Well thanks mate, I am certainly a passionista and I do have a pretty fair knowledge, but very little compared to Mr Deverell. THat's the reason why I want to learn more,

MrBenovich
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Best advice to give is to keep reading Classic & Sports Car, don't be afraid to ask for insight from those that know, research, research, research before buying, all coupled  with a big dollop of life experience (i.e. trial and error).