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  • FIBREGLASS CARS: MARKET TRENDS

    FIBREGLASS CARS: MARKET TRENDS

    Matt Bell on 16th November 2020

    Time has been kinder to some more than others when it comes to these three largely forgotten about fibreglass cars.

  • DVCA OCTOBER 2020 SALE REVIEW

    DVCA OCTOBER 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 13th November 2020

    The DVCA October 2020 sale saw the Dorset-based auction house host its first classic car sale since March on October 22, moving to a behind-closed-doors online format to keep its clients safe.

  • AUSTIN MONTEGO DRIVEN: EXTRA ORDINARY

    AUSTIN MONTEGO DRIVEN: EXTRA ORDINARY

    Matt Bell on 12th November 2020

    It’s easy to belittle the Austin Montego for its quality and reliability issues, but Joe reckons this much maligned fleet car favourite is a deserving classic!

  • FIAT 500 VS MINI: TINY TREASURES

    FIAT 500 VS MINI: TINY TREASURES

    Jeff Ruggles on 11th November 2020

    Both were revolutionary, sub-10-foot monocoque city cars, but can the chic Fiat 500 hold its own against the faster, roomier Mini?

  • H&H OCTOBER 2020 SALE REVIEW

    H&H OCTOBER 2020 SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 10th November 2020

    Just a week after its first public-facing sale since lockdown at Duxford, the H&H October 2020 sale saw the auction house back in action for the firm’s regular monthly ABC online auction.

  • 90s ROVERS: MARKET TRENDS

    90s ROVERS: MARKET TRENDS

    Matt Bell on 9th November 2020

    With the growing popularity of 1990s classics, it’s no surprise that Britain’s once-proud Rover marque attracts a bigger following than many. Here are three 90s Rovers you should consider.

  • PEUGEOT RESTORATION SERVICE LAUNCHED

    PEUGEOT RESTORATION SERVICE LAUNCHED

    Matt Bell on 6th November 2020

    Peugeot has celebrated its 210th anniversary by launching the Peugeot restoration service, which restores and sells models from its back catalogue in France.

  • JAGUAR XJ-S DRIVEN: JAGUAR’S BEST CAR… NEARLY

    JAGUAR XJ-S DRIVEN: JAGUAR’S BEST CAR… NEARLY

    Matt Bell on 5th November 2020

    Taking over from the E-Type was always going to be difficult and many argue the Jaguar XJ-S failed to live up to its predecessor. It may be flawed, but Phil thinks it remains a deeply likeable car and a classic in its own right.

  • 1980s LANCIAS – MARKET TRENDS

    1980s LANCIAS – MARKET TRENDS

    Matt Bell on 4th November 2020

    There was more to Lancia in the ’80s than the iconic Delta Integrale – and the trio 1980s Lancias featured here offer good value all these years later

  • FORD ESCORT MK5 AND MK6 BUYING GUIDE

    FORD ESCORT MK5 AND MK6 BUYING GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 3rd November 2020

    Initially panned by the press, the sporting models helped liven up the Ford Escort Mk5 range to the point of critical acclaim. What do you need to know when buying one today?

  • VOLVO 1800ES VS MGB GT: CLASSIC RIVALS

    VOLVO 1800ES VS MGB GT: CLASSIC RIVALS

    Matt Bell on 2nd November 2020

    Both were stylish, practical versions of their of their established siblings, but does the quirky Volvo 1800ES make a better buy than the MGB GT?

  • NISSAN FIGARO REVIEW – THE MODERN CLASSIC

    NISSAN FIGARO REVIEW – THE MODERN CLASSIC

    Matt Bell on 30th October 2020

    Some cars are called instant classics when launched, but the retro-chic Nissan Figaro takes that literally! Is it a classic worth considering, or just a pastiche? Joe got behind the wheel of this quirky Japanese import to find out...

  • RALLY CARS HEAD TO AUCTION

    RALLY CARS HEAD TO AUCTION

    Matt Bell on 29th October 2020

    A quintet of significant 1980s rally cars from a private collection will be offered in Silverstone Auctions’ next sale, the NEC Classic Live Online Auction on November 13-14.

  • 40 YEAR MOT EXEMPTION INTRODUCED IN NI

    40 YEAR MOT EXEMPTION INTRODUCED IN NI

    Matt Bell on 28th October 2020

    A 40 year MoT exemption has been introduced in Northern Ireland for vehicles of historic interest following changes to legislation announced by Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon on October 12.