The DTW Archive

If you’ve read DTW much, you will have noticed certain recurring themes, even obsessions, such as Lancia cars and Ashtrays. For those of you who share such fixations, or clinical professionals who might wish to analyse them, we have filtered them into more easily locatable chunks.

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Marques : Posts that major on one particular brand.

Monthly Themes : Theme by Theme from the beginning of 2014

Simon Selects : Every now and then our Editor presents a small selection of pieces from the Archive that might be of interest.

Simon Says : And, as our senior mouthpiece, our Editor demands that his posts can be categorised separately.

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The History : How it got to be the way it is …..

Current Affairs :  …. what’s happening to it now ….

The Future :  …… and where it is going.

Design : The Superficial Bits ……

Technology and Engineering : …… The Oily Bits

The Industry : The business that makes it happen – or sometimes prevents it from happening

People and Profiles : Interviews with and essays about car people.

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Our Cars : What we’ve driven regularly ….

Road Tests & Impressions : …. and what we drive that isn’t ours

Museums and Car Shows : Sometimes we get out and visit ……

Oddities and Sightings : ….. though sometimes cars are best viewed in their natural surroundings

Car Culture : The various ways that cars get used or abused.

The Archie Vicar Archive : The fabled works of the legendary icon.

Print the Legend : Sometimes the truth just isn’t enough.

Ashtrays : Because the little things matter.

Not Exactly Cars : Sometimes we need a break …….

Galleries & Film Clips : …… and very occasionally words don’t cover it.

Fellow Travellers : From sites that we like – no cash changes hands.

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Alternatively, from DTW’s inception until February 2017, we maintained an ascending chronological list of postings plus short descriptions, which you can still see here.