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DUCKHAMS HAS OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED AT THE 2017 NEC CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW

After an absence of nearly 15 years, the much loved oil brand, made famous by its distinctive green hue, is back.

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A HISTORY OF INNOVATION

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The results of the 2019 National Cost of Ownership Survey supported by Duckhams, have been announced by the Federation of Historic Vehicle Clubs. The summary results were revealed at a press conference within the Houses of Parliament on May 14th with the full research document now available to download on the FBHVC website at: https://www.fbhvc.co.uk/research . Historically, the Federation has undertaken major research projects every 5 years, the most recent being the 2016 National Historic Vehicle Survey. Back then, the data revealed that the historic vehicle industry employed 34,900 people and generated £5.5 billion towards the UK economy.
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The majestic grounds of Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, bathed in sunshine whilst playing host to an impressive array of over 1,000 Jaguar cars on Sunday, May 12. It was a record turnout for the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club’s Summer Jaguar Festival. There was something for everyone, with enthusiasts treated to displays of Jaguars from all eras, both modern and historic. The show cars represented everything from pre-war ‘SS’ models to E-Types and rare Mark V saloons, up to the very latest factory-fresh XE, F-type and all electric I-Pace models.
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Our PR Manager, Wayne Scott takes on the 2019 Exeter Trial in a TR7 V8 to put Duckhams Classic Q20W 50 to the ultimate test. The Exeter Trial, run by the Motorcycle Club Limited (MCC) is one of the world’s oldest motorsport events and has been running since 1910, interrupted only by a couple of World Wars. There are three hundred entrants each year, almost evenly split between motorcycles and cars, all attacking the muddiest, rockiest, steepest hills you can imagine.
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