Phil Llewellin’s articles

A selection of Phil's articles which you can read online. For more look out for a book collecting together some of his best features called The Road to Muckle Flugga

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The Finest Hour (1990)
Phil drives a Bentley Mulsanne 1500 miles around Britain to mark the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain

Borderlines: reading the news (1989)
Phil muses on recent motoring news headlines 

Borderlines: the car launch (1989)
Contrasting the launches of the Peugeot 405Mi16 and a revived Austin-Healey

Pilgrim's Road (1985)
Taking a Jaguar XJ-SC to the Somme battlefields

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Honey, I shrunk the car (2001)
Phil meets a man with a collection of 150 microcars

The longest day (2001)
Phil and Mrs Llewellin aim to cover 1000 miles in 24 hours in a Fiat Seicento Sporting

Maverick with serious intent (2001)
Comparing the second-generation Ford Maverick and the Land Rover Freelander

The dying game (2000)
Visiting Britain's specialist hearse maker, Coleman Milne

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Hill Start (1998)
Phil rediscovers the unique appeal of hillclimbing

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Opening up a small package (1994)
Road testing the Peugot 106 Rallye

All our yesterdays on wheels (1993)
Phil reports on the opening of the Heritage Motor Centre

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“A German insurance broker was fined £800 for averaging 149.7mph on the A1(M) in his Porker. His name, believe it or not, was Herr Off.”
Borderlines
by Phil Llewellin
CAR 1989