HubNut (previously ClassicHub) is where motoring writer Ian Seabrook talks in detail about cars and motoring issues. You’ll find detailed road tests, opinion pieces and Ian’s experiences with older and newer vehicles. There are even videos on his YouTube channel. Videos often of dreadful cars.
Ian Seabrook edits Retro Japanese and Classic Jaguar magazines and his writing work has been published in Practical Classics, Classic Car Weekly, Classic Car Mart, Classic Car Buyer, MG Enthusiast, Triumph World, 4×4 Magazine, Classics Monthly, Car Mechanics and Classic and Sports Car. That somehow isn’t enough and so he occasionally feels the need to refer to himself in third person.
Ian owns a 1986 Citroën 2CV called Elly and other cars come and go on a regular basis. He has previously owned cars including a 1955 Austin A90 Westminster, a 1967 Bond Equipe GT4s with a Vitesse engine that he saved from the scrappage scheme (which cost him a lot of money), a 1970 Rover 3500 P6B in gorgeous Tobacco Leaf, a 1986 Austin Maestro 1.3L that proved utterly dull, a Citroën H van that he drove to Sweden and then sold because his hearing had been ruined, a poo brown Vanden Plas Princess of the Allegro shape that he failed to make roadworthy (more due to his life being to busy at the time rather than any failing of this clearly brilliant car) and an Alfa Romeo 164 V6 that still makes him teary when he recalls the wondrous exhaust note. Ahhhhh…
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