A V8 Vauxhall Victor and a Norton Racing Bike at an old RAF airfield. A dangerously fantastic combo if you ask us! 😎
Iconic British browns and greens 👌🏽
Signs of a successful road trip... many a dead bug. 👍🏽 #classicgt
Thinking back to more social times and the enjoyment of cars as they were designed to be driven! This shot of @alclark in his 996 GT3 was snapped at @covmotofest
Strange times, eh? The world feels like it’s taken a bit of an unexpected turn in a direction nobody was really prepared for. What was looking to be a busy year of motorsport, road trips, driving tours and travel has materialised to be a year of cancellations, rescheduling and staying home. Here at CGT we’re not yet ready throw in the towel and we know that many people will be keen to travel as soon as we’re able to so rest assured, we’re still working away making plans, writing routes and corresponding with our suppliers in anticipation of the new version of normality. - We’re ready to get our engines started again and travel with you as soon as it’s safe to do so. Thank you to everyone that has reached out to us to offer their well wishes and concerns, it means so much to know that so many of our friends are thinking of us. For now, keep those cars polished, make sure the oil is topped up and take the car out on a sunny afternoon to keep those engines turning. We will tour again!
The defender for defending defenders. (defensively)
Red sky at night...
It's no secret that times are currently very hard for the travel industry. Small independent travel businesses like Classic Grand Touring are being hit hard with very little in the way of protection from government legislation. Providing you are booked through a travel company that is bonded through schemes such as ATOL, ABTA and ABTOT your money is always safe. If you can - please postpone your trip rather than cancelling. It really could save a business and it's employees. Thank you. #classicgt #savetourism
The show must go on...