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Still Motoring Magazine

Still Motoring monthly magazine is a recent addition to the Classic Car magazine community. Based in Northern Ireland the publication is primarily aimed at modern classic vehicle enthusiasts while also retaining articles of interest to the local community. By not limiting itself to any single sector of motor transport it attracts a rural readership beyond the car.  The inclusion of any motorised vehicle from two to a dozen wheels is a reflection of the Northern Irish community as a whole and plugs any gaps that might leave some readers out.

At its core is a mixed team of young and old enthusiasts intent on discovering vehicles on the island that may have been forgotten with the objective of re-introducing it to its reads. Attending local static classic shows the Still Motoring team photograph and chat with numerous classic owners to report their findings through the magazine. 

With the future of the combustion engine looking bleak and the design of future vehicles tending towards anonymous square boxes there is no better time to capture the depth of creativity and style provided between the fifties and early twenties. Quite simply allowing great cars of their era to disappear is wrong.

Together with our data tables and valuations we provide details about vehicles from past decades that reveal how technological advances changed the way we view road transport today. Also, using DVLA records we offer readers insights into how many models from a specific manufacturer remain in the UK. With images collected from classic events in Northern Ireland we are able to establish a sizeable image gallery that helps return forgotten designs once common on UK roads. 

Free ads are available for private sellers while our better than competitive rates for traders make us stand out against rivals. Also, our local distribution network grows by the month attracting ever more readers interested in seeing their own local collection of classics.

Our new website at is live while our online magazine retail outlet with all credit card facilities available and, including all previous issues of the magazine together with the 2023 Still Motoring Calendar can be found at . In addition, the Still Motoring You Tube Channel is now live with reviews and DIY repair insights. 

28 Ballynahinch Road Dromara Co Down BT25 2BS

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