4th September 2019
Buying the sensible performance saloon which gave the Cosworth a run for its money. Gold wheels and 555 rally jackets strictly optional…
So, you want a practical open top classic? From BMW and Land Rover to Saab, we pick out some of the best open-top classics for all budgets.
We take a look at the performance model which took a humdrum family hatchback to legendary status; the VW Golf GTI.
It seemed like a plan: celebrate the 30th birthday of some iconic cars first sold in 1989 by teaming up with our friends at Lancaster Insurance and taking a road trip to Cornwall... on the A30, naturally.
Why do some cars fall into the shadows despite being good cars? We investigate some of those cars that have gone under the radar.
We know about the cars that have “handling by Lotus” but what about the cars that have been influenced by Porsche? We investigate.
We take a look at some of the sub £10k 1960s classics which shaped the decade famously dubbed “Groovy”.
We look at some of the classics with bad reputations, debunk the myths and ask whether a bad name makes a bad classic?
We look at some of the best luxury cars built by manufacturers not perceived as a premium brand, from Ford to Vanden Plas.
Oft-mistaken for sports cars, these working man’s GTs share their heart in the form of the Essex V6. But which is the better classic?