Back in the 1970s, anybody who was anybody in the Granite City was hanging out at the Treetops Hotel.
Technology is changing rapidly.
Traffic arrangements have been announced for this year’s Classic Vehicle Show in Inverness.
Back in the glory days, there was one name above all others which dominated the world of motor sport: Lancia.
Hugh and Karen Cormack can’t imagine life without Chummy, who made quite the journey to live with the couple in Buckie.
Syd Fraser may be retired but he still has plenty to keep him busy, including an unpredictable 1,000-mile trip across Italy in a car which is 70 years old.
It’s fair to say that John Gordon has a talent for unearthing the remarkable in classic car terms, and his love of vehicles from the seventies has even helped him in finding love.
Alan Leonard may be recently retired but, in his own words, he’s anything but a “fuddy duddy.”
Every time Steven Bruce gets behind the wheel of his Ford Escort, he is reminded of his grandmother and her cajoling plea to buy a decent car!
You’d be hard pushed to find someone more passionate about classic cars than Dave Gordon, who is on a one-man mission to show people that a vintage vehicle is so much more than a nostalgic set of wheels.
A man and his first car are to make an emotional trip home to the Highlands.
A Moray pensioner has been reunited with the classic car he fell in love with as a 20-year-old and last saw six decades ago.
It’s fair to say that at 100 years old, this Willys Knight Overlander has had a close shave or two – from heading out on the battlefield in World War II to decades spent rotting in a barn.
Three is never a crowd for newlyweds Megan Hine and Eddie Searle, who took their shared passion away on honeymoon.
When Alex Macmillan and his wife first spotted the Triumph Stag early on in their marriage, they were instantly fans.
When it comes to classic cars the majority of enthusiasts don’t just fall in love with a model from a bygone era, it’s how the vehicle feels on the open road.