The news that Aston Martin is currently the world’s fastest-growing automotive brand has sent ripples through the car industry recently. A report by Brand Finance has shown that Aston Martin’s brand value is up 268% resulting in the British luxury car icon leaping from #77 in the overall rankings to #24.
As one of the biggest and most mis-understood buzzwords regarding oils in for classic cars, ZDDP or Zinc DialkylDithiophophate, to give it’s full chemical name, has been surrounded by a lot of mythology and mis-information. At Duckhams we have optimised our ZDDP content for historic vehicles, but what does that mean exactly?
Here at Duckhams Oils, we are constantly in awe at the dedication and hard work shown by staff and volunteers within the various motor clubs that underpin the classic car community. Nowhere else is this importance so stark than at the annual National Car Club Awards, held every year on the Saturday evening of the Practical Classics Restoration Show at the NEC.
There was a time, not long ago now, when the winter months represented long dreary classic car show-less weeks that you endured until the start of the new season. Well, not so anymore with the number of indoor shows for enthusiasts exploding over the past decade. One of the events to come out of this show fever has been the London Classic Car Show.
Hi! I’m Eleanor. You may have seen me at the NEC late last year when I was lucky enough to be asked to be one of the promotional girls/models for the re-launch of Duckhams. As a classic car enthusiast I was really happy to represent such an iconic brand.
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs official “Drive it Day” event takes place annually with the aim of raising awareness of the large and important extent of the classic vehicle movement in the UK.