Matt Bell on 15th January 2021
Vehicle scammers take to Facebook Marketplace to rip off classic car fans as we continue to rely on online trade during the pandemic.
Jeff Ruggles on 14th January 2021
The Ford Anglia and Hillman Imp took different journeys to a similar destination, but which makes the best classic buy?
Matt Bell on 13th January 2021
In a welcome update on New Year’s Eve, transport secretary Grant Shapps confirmed motorists do not need an International Driving Permit to drive abroad for short stays post-Brexit.
Matt Bell on 12th January 2021
The ‘people carrier’ or multi-purpose vehicle was big news in the 1980s and ’90s, leaving today’s buyers with some bargain-priced practicality. We take a look at three modern classic MPVs.
Matt Bell on 11th January 2021
Self-confessed small car fan Joe Miller has controversially never driven a classic Mini. That all changed when he got behind the wheel of this 1976 Mini Clubman 998 auto. Will it sway him away from his love of small Fiats?
Matt Bell on 8th January 2021
The smallest Jaguar makes an affordable and practical if controversial modern classic but it does have its pitfalls. Here’s what you need to know before buying a Jaguar X-Type.
Matt Bell on 7th January 2021
Classics World's podcast series On Your Marques kicks off with Jack Grover and Phil Weeden discussing the highs and lows of Jaguar, the first marque focus of the series.
Matt Bell on 6th January 2021
The 1980s were boom time for the hot hatchback market, with every manufacturer desperate to throw their hat in the ring. For the 2020 Classics World Christmas Special, Paul, Phil and Jeff pulled three cars together for this 80s hot hatch shootout: the genesis that was the Golf GTI Mk1, the iconic Ford Escort XR3i and the often forgotten underdog, the MG Maestro 1600. Which will win?
Matt Bell on 5th January 2021
The Historics December 2020 sale saw the outfit score its best sale rate of the year as it held its season finale at Ascot Racecourse on December 12
Matt Bell on 4th January 2021
The 1100 Club has purchased the original BMC factory front wing tooling for the 1100 and 1300 range and put it back to work to produce new panels.
Glenn Rowswell on 31st December 2020
South Western Vehicle Auctions will put a unique collection of eclectic classics under the hammer as part of its next classic sale on January 29, ranging from a pre-war Rolls-Royce to a barely used 2004 Ford Ka...
Glenn Rowswell on 30th December 2020
The debate over electric classic vehicles is far from a new one, but it’s been brought into sharper focus following the Government’s intention to ban the sale of all new cars and vans powered solely by petrol or diesel in 2030.
Glenn Rowswell on 29th December 2020
Who doesn't love a sporty BMW M car? But how has that iconic M suffix steered values of these very different Teutonic offerings..
Glenn Rowswell on 28th December 2020
Aided by its separate-chassis design, the new-for-1959 Herald proved an ideal base from which to develop other models – including Triumph sports cars