Most people think of them as early relics of an era long past—as antiques that are best left in museums. To a special group of people — a much larger group than most would dare imagine — the earliest motorcars are an integral part of their lives.
Some owners of veteran automobiles are fascinated by the early technology of the horseless carriage; others are captivated by their importance and history. But, the people we’re about to meet love the challenge of using their ancient motorcars as often as possible, reliving many of the challenges faced by the motoring pioneers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
This special uncovers some of the world’s oldest running cars and the people who’ve nurtured these noisome relics.