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ISSUE 224: A glance at the What’s On listing starting on page 64 in this issue shows a distinct increase in the number of events taking place in just over a week’s time on what will be the last Sunday of the month. This is because April 27 is now recognised as Drive It Day, a major occasion on the classic car calendar and one that we are all looking forward to here at Classic Car Buyer. To help get your classic in fine fettle for this special day without too much hassle and expense, this week’s Classic Know How is all about waking your car from its winter hibernation and preparing it for the new season. Following Peter Simpson’s simple tips could help prevent an expensive roadside breakdown and we even list the essential repair items and tools to carry in the boot if the worst does happen.

Iain Wakefield, Deputy Editor

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  NEW CLASSIC GARAGE SCHEME GOES LIVE

NEW CLASSIC GARAGE SCHEME GOES LIVE
Classic Friendly, a new scheme promoting a nationwide network of garages and specialist repairers with facilities and knowledge to service and restore classic cars was launched last weekend by Fuzz Townshend, co-presenter of the Discovery Channel’s popular Car SOS TV series and CCB contributor during the Practical Classics Restoration Show at Birmingham’s NEC.

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FIRST EVER NATIONAL CLASSIC CAR DAY
The first ever ‘National Classic Car Day’ took place on Friday, April 4. Conceived by Radio 2 DJ and noted classic car enthusiast Chris Evans, the aim of the Day was to raise money for BBC Children In Need.

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