Welcome to Classics World
Matt Bell on 3rd August 2020
It's Audi TT vs Porsche Boxster in this Classic Rivals as the top end of the TT market meets the bottom of the Boxster one. Where would your money go?
Matt Bell on 31st July 2020
The car which transformed the motoring landscape, the Austin Seven offers an easy entry into the world of pre-war motoring. Here's our Austin Seven buying guide.
Matt Bell on 30th July 2020
Here are the times when it doesn't go quite as well as expected... Plenty of effing and jeffing in this Classics World blooper reel, so get used to the bleeper!
Matt Bell on 29th July 2020
All the stops are being pulled out to ensure the NEC Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, takes places at Birmingham’s NEC this November
Matt Bell on 28th July 2020
Timothy Rootes, the only son of the Rootes Group co-founder Sir Reginald Rootes, has sadly passed away aged 95.
Matt Bell on 23rd July 2020
Jeff's £1000 Ford Puma was a tidy car to begin with, but with a bit of TLC in the form of some new parts has started to turn it into a respectable, tidy modern classic.
Matt Bell on 22nd July 2020
Beaulieu plans to host a record number of 14 Beaulieu Simply rallies in the grounds of National Motor Museum this year as part of a revised event calendar.
Matt Bell on 21st July 2020
Famed for its brutish V8 grunt and hairy-chested nature, the AC Cobra is the latest and perhaps most unlikely classic yet to be reborn as an all-electric vehicle. Yep, specialist British brand AC Cars has gone electric and launched two new versions of the iconic roadster – including a battery-powered version.
Matt Bell on 20th July 2020
If you fancy a classic hot hatch but like the idea of affordability, opting for its saloon equivalent might be a wise financial decision. We take a look at three eighties hot hatch saloons.
Matt Bell on 17th July 2020
Ineos Automotive has moved its Land Rover Defender-inspired 4x4 a step closer to production by revealing the exterior design of the Ineos Grenadier. Named after Ineos founder Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s favourite London pub, the Grenadier is intended as a utilitarian off-roader and is set to go into production in late 2021.
Matt Bell on 16th July 2020
We always knew that the cheap Range Rover P38A would eventually cause us problems, but Aaron didn't envisage just how soon it would stop playing ball.
Matt Bell on 15th July 2020
The British Motor Museum reopened its doors to visitors for the first time since March on Saturday (July 4), having received its 'Good to Go' industry standard mark from Visit England.