Matt Bell on 6th April 2020
Exotic looks clothed nothing more exotic than Beetle running gear, but the Karmann Ghia became a cult hit and is a sought-after classic today. It’s not one for the ill-informed though.
Matt Bell on 31st March 2020
Electric vehicles have been around ever since the rechargeable battery was invented and in ten years’ time this type of propulsion is currently set to replace the internal combustion engine.
Matt Bell on 27th March 2020
The cars we can buy for the road are usually far detached from their concept beginnings. But what about the concept cars that managed to roll off the stands and onto the roads?
Matt Bell on 18th March 2020
Since its creation in the early 1920’s, MG cars have been controlled by a succession of different companies and organisations and today this famous sporting brand is going from strength to strength under the direction of the Chinese-based automotive giant SIAC Motor Corporation.
Matt Bell on 3rd March 2020
A brand-new town has risen phoenix-like from the demolished assembly halls and ad hoc buildings that once made up the sprawling Longbridge production complex where this selection of classic Brummie-built favourites was created.
Matt Bell on 25th February 2020
The MPV era was a bit of a flash in the pan, but a rush of talent has given us some great and some quirky cars to look back on.
Matt Bell on 17th February 2020
Rolls-Royce went through a crucial line-up change in 1980, when the long-running Silver Shadow finally gave way to the Silver Spirit – a model noticeably different in style.
Matt Bell on 10th February 2020
The Daimler Motor Company was purchased by Jaguar in 1960 and this long-established marque went on to survive for almost 50 years before being consigned to the history books. We look at a selection of Daimlers built during the turbulent Jaguar years.
Matt Bell on 28th January 2020
The Phoenix Four eked out the final five years from MG Rover. Twenty years on from the deal, we examine their legacy.
Paul Wager on 14th January 2020
The recent surge in electric classics has mainly been a high-end business fuelled by manufacturer-backed conversions. We find a much more down-to-earth approach.
Matt Bell on 10th January 2020
The Triumph Stag has been a stalwart classic car for decades. We list the top 10 things you need to know about the Stag.
Matt Bell on 9th January 2020
When Eastern Bloc cars came to the UK, reactions were mixed. We look at some of the good and bad examples that arrived.