Matt Bell on 3rd February 2020
If you really need a robust, reasonably comfortable but highly capable off-roader, then a Land-Rover isn’t always the answer. Here's what you need to know about the Jeep Cherokee.
The latest up to date price guides for classic cars
Matt Bell on 29th January 2020
While some classic British execs have a price tag to match, others don’t… for now. We check out the bargain 50s and 60s executive cars.
Matt Bell on 22nd January 2020
BMW’s initial attempt at replacing the Issigonis original, the R50/R52/R53 MINIs, will never be cheaper than they are now. Here’s our handy guide to understanding the models and getting hold of a good one.
Matt Bell on 16th January 2020
Despite the hot hatch craze, the coupe sector remained bustling in the ‘80s, producing some future classics. We take a look at some Eighties excess.
Matt Bell on 2nd January 2020
The 1970s produced a host of interesting medium-sized saloons to suit all tastes and budgets. Choosing one of our Seventies compact saloons will help save an underrated classic seeking a good home.
Matt Bell on 26th November 2019
In this Market Trends we take a look at three front-drive MGS, the MG Metro Turbo, Maestro and Montego Turbo...
Matt Bell on 15th November 2019
Although the marketing literature claimed the new Sunbeam Alpine was named after the mountain passes where the prototypes were tested, the title was in fact a direct link back to a capable Rootes Group produced sports coupe from the early 1950s. We profile what to look for when buying the later version.