Remote controlled car company Tamiya reveals driveable Wild One model


Tamiya, the remote controlled car company responsible for endless hours of childhood fun in the 1980s, has released a full-size, driveable model.

Me and My Motor: Antony Beevor


It is easy to picture Sir Antony Beevor, the army officer turned historian and multimillion-selling author, at the controls of a Chieftain tank.
Citroën tears roof off C4 Cactus to revive spirit of Mehari beach buggy

Citroën tears roof off C4 Cactus to revive spirit...


The beach buggy revival identified by Driving a couple of weeks ago continues apace on the evidence of Citroën's latest creation for the Frankfurt...
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Letters of the week, August 30


This week: Thanking courteous drivers, Americanisms, the death of undertaking, community spirit, cyclists, rescue services, the vulgarity of flash...
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The big beach buggy revival


The taste for retro cars has spread to the beach buggy. Totally impractical for our shores, they embody carefree fun in simpler times