Like a normal car-based website, Just a lot posher

A normal car-based website, but posher

just a lot posher.

Latest video is of the Tiling Stevens petrol/electric bus from the Amerbley Museum selection of buses. It’s the second bus subject in a row, the previous being the London Bus Show at Brooklands, June 2022.  I know little about buses, so I’ll welcome any corrections. There’s a little anecdote on the page.

The  Historic Masters at Brands Hatch , and the Jaguar Drivers’ Club Centenary show at Brooklands are still getting regular views. There are 33 individual pages on various shows I’ve been to over the years. Click The Shows in the menu. Or on here.

ALSO: Enthusiasts’ books on models and recent history of TVR. The story of a police career starting in the City of London police at a time of the infamous firm-within-a-firm, ending 30 years later. There’s a book on the range of the Mercedes SLK, including camshaft sprocket failure. If you want to convince your child you know all about rugby, we’ve got the book for you.

And in other news . . . . . .

Harvey Yates is the star of TV – Crossing the Line of Duty – as well as having RV8 Resource condescended to by Ed China during Wheeler Dealers. Now that’s fame.

We now have five books on TVR and the RV8 engine published by Writewheel UK. Go to the TVR and RV8 page . One of the books is free. 

The latest addition to the catalogue is the all but legendary RV8 Resource. It has been brought back after many requests, so you’d better buy it. It’s a much improved version of the guide to servicing your Griffith or Chimaera, or any RV8-engined TVR. Its return is not before time. Go to the RV8 Resource page to see what all the fuss is about. 

Recently published is The Chimaera. A celebration of one of the great sports cars. There are also a number of car-related articles that will interest anyone keen on cars and motor-racing. Please visit Old Blugger. You could also enjoy a view on life from the standpoint of someone who has always been somewhat bemused by ‘things’ going on around him. Comments welcomed, as are explanations as to why I’m so confused.

The second change to Writewheel is the separation of my visits to the car shows to that of the musings of the Old Blugger. Details in the menu at the top.

I hope you enjoy your stay on Writewheel UK and, even better, buy some books. We use the well-respected Ecwid online shopping system. You can shop safely on Writewheel UK.

Derek, aka Harvey Yates