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Welcome to the first Classic Register news article, and thanks for taking the time to look around  If you are unsure what our Classic Register is all about, please feel free to read our About Us page, and watch our Youtube video here. We intend this news area of Classic Register to be as interesting as possible for vehicle enthusiasts, and a central location to spread news and events in the world of classic cars.

If you have an article you would like to share, please Contact Us and we will do our best to publish it in the news area.  We appreciate all classic vehicle news provided to us, so please feel encouraged to share any stories, photographs, opinions or reviews, and of course, any progress with respect to the setting up of your respective rare vehicle registers. We hope you all benefit from the service available at Classic Register, and spread the word to your vehicle clubs to get involved, to make sure we can document as much classic vehicle data as possible.

For our first article, we thought it would be nice to provide a vehicle gallery of various vehicles we found at one of our favourite transport museums, Autoworld Brussels.  As the title suggests, the museum is located in Brussels, Belgium at Jubelpark / Parc du Cinquantenaire, and contains a fantastic selection of several hundred cars, bikes and horse drawn vehicles from all eras.  There is something there for everyone, from ultra-rare vintage race cars through to cult classics, and we highly recommend you take a visit.

Following this introductory article, we will be publishing articles regularly on, and via our Facebook page.  These articles will cover various classic vehicle news and current events, as well as opinion pieces from Classic Register and our website contributors.

The next article to be published is an opinion piece we have put together detailing our top 10 affordable future classic cars from the 1980’s and 1990’s.  This will be the first in a series of 11 articles. The first article will outline the rationale for selecting our top 10 cars, followed by 10 separate articles detailing the characteristics of each vehicle we have listed, and why we have placed them in their respective position. We hope you enjoy this series of articles, and welcome your questions and comments which can be made both on our website and Facebook page.

We hope you enjoy the gallery, and stay tuned for our next article outlining the top 10 affordable future classic cars from the 80’s and 90’s, which will be followed by separate articles on each of the cars chosen. We will also post updated on our facebook page as soon as any articles are published on the site.

The Classic Register Team.