Matt Bell on 4th March 2021
Thirty years on, we celebrate the short-lived fad for the diminutive Japanese Kei car that donned sports car looks with tiny engines.
Matt Bell on 3rd March 2021
From being the quirkiest family car you could buy at launch, the Chrysler PT Cruiser now sits on many 'worst car ever made' lists and is endlessly mocked by enthusiasts. But does it deserve it? Joe borrowed a PT Cruiser from our colleagues at Car Mechanics to find out...
Matt Bell on 2nd March 2021
Following the recent announcement from the government with regards to Covid-19, A-ME Event Management, organisers of the Bromley Pageant of Motoring, have decided to cancel the 2021 event.
Matt Bell on 1st March 2021
We sample what was once the world’s fastest four-seater production saloon, the Bentley R-Type Continental.
Matt Bell on 26th February 2021
A slight tailing off of the Porsche 911 market has turned into a landslide during lockdown. We take a look at some air-cooled Porsche prices to see which models have been hit the most.
Matt Bell on 25th February 2021
London is heading for a massive shake up of its car fleet, with the impending Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expansion set to make a host of 1980s and 1990s classics unviable to run in much of the Capital.
Matt Bell on 24th February 2021
It’s 50 years since the Jaguar V12 engine was first introduced in a road car and with thirsty luxury cars soon to be a thing of the past, Phil decided to compare two fine examples of Jaguar’s flagship XJ12 limousine. Both seen here in ultra-plush Daimler Double Six guise, will the beautiful Series 3 or more modern X305 come out on top?
Matt Bell on 23rd February 2021
Quick, and with the reliability of a Swiss Labrador there's quite a contrast in the way values of these three Japanese sports cars have fluctuated in the last few decades.
Matt Bell on 22nd February 2021
South Western Vehicle Auctions’ next classic sale takes place on March 26 with another trademark eclectic mix of vehicles, including this Mk1 Mini sleeper, a fantastic period-tweaked example of a British icon.
Matt Bell on 18th February 2021
In this month’s free-to-enter competition, we are giving away an Airmaster air compressor to three lucky winners, courtesy of tool and equipment mega-supplier Machine Mart, each one worth £107.98.
Paul Wager on 17th February 2021
With strong head-turning appeal and a good parts supply, does the Pontiac Trans Am make a decent buy here in the UK today? We find out.
Matt Bell on 16th February 2021
Citroën’s hydropneumatic suspension creates an almost unrivalled wafty, relaxing driving experience. Only trouble is, the cars that use it - such as the CX, BX and XM - aren’t the most approachable or mainstream choices. The Citroën Xantia brought the hydro-Citroën experience to a car ordinary and sensible enough for normal people and Joe absolutely loves it!
Matt Bell on 15th February 2021
Eight Jaguar C-Type Continuation cars will be built by Jaguar Classic to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the legendary original, designed by Malcolm Sayer and made between 1951 and 1953.
Matt Bell on 12th February 2021
We get behind the wheel of the Mitsubishi Shogun Mk1, the practical family SUV that Paul Wager reckons is the better buy over the Land Rover Discovery.