Car Throttle was started in 2009 after founder Adnan Ebrahim realised there was no online platform for people like him: young, millennial car enthusiasts.
Dubbed ‘Buzzfeed for cars’, the site quickly evolved into a vibrant community serving millions of users - called CTzens - who follow the brand on its apps and major social media platforms.
• 200 million car enthusiasts reached every month
• 500 million video views per month
• 7 million Facebook fans across our network
• 1.8 million subscribers on YouTube
What Storacar like about Car Throttle
Probably the largest car website out there which is read by millions every week. If you like Top Gear then we know you will love their 2 Guys 1 Car video series.
"A website dedicated to enthusiasts of old classic cars from all over the world.
We hope to feature photos of not only preserved vehicles, but also original photos from over the years. Along with many other associated items such as die cast models, model kits, badges, catalogues, old adverts and show reports. We’re constantly adding to and improving the website and have a few thousands of photos for you, but we aim to add new photos and articles each week, so watch this space!
I’ve been an enthusiast of classic cars since childhood and over the years have collected many items, which we hope to share with you on My Classic. Not only the cars, but also all other things associated with them, such as models. Who remembers building plastic car kits over the years from Airfix, Revell, Monogram etc? Who can’t resist visiting swapmeets just to look at the stalls and proudly say ‘I used to have one of those Corgi/Dinky/Matchbox models as a child !’ ..And who didn’t collect car catalogues over the years, either of cars we owned or cars we would love to own, but we just couldn’t afford them.
I grew up in the 1970’s and 1980’s when Britain had a home grown industry with many famous names now long gone. Hillman, Humber, Austin, Morris, Triumph, Rover, are just a few names that bring back memories. When cars were simpler and where you could usually work on them yourself. When special tuning meant fitting a Peco exhaust or woolly dice to your car mirror. I remember my first car was a Ford Escort Mark 1, where the windscreen washer was a little foot pump under the clutch pedal, rather than modern cars that have them on the stalks. Air-conditioning meant opening the window ! Nostalgia isn’t what it used to be!"
What Storacar like about My Classic
A fantastic resource for information on cars. Whenever a new car comes in for long term car storage at Storacar, and we really want to get to the heart of the vehicle, we always head on over to their their car information service.