10th December 2018
In this Market Trends we look at three generations of Golf GTI; the Mk1, Mk2 and Mk3...
Porsches right through the ages will be celebrated at the Lancaster Insurance Classic and Supercars Show next year, following the announcement of the legendary Stuttgart marque as the event's key feature. In conjunction with Porsche Centre Bournemouth, the show will feature an historic line up of cars including race, rally and road cars from 1948 to the present day.
You may not be a fan of BMW's modern range or indeed the drivers of its flashier products, but back in the ’70s and early ’80s the company enjoyed a very different image. Back then, it was a small player on the UK market, much like a German Alfa Romeo or Saab, its customers buying the cars for their engineering and quality.
Eight decades after the first Reliant was hand-built, this most idiosyncratic of British car manufacturers still has an army of loyal fans. Paul Guinness takes a look at the marque’s chequered history.
Cases of car cloning in London have risen by 50 per cent in just one year according to official figures, leading to concerns that similar levels of cloning may be rife across the rest of the UK.
A total of 137 varied classics spanning nine decades and 37 different marques passed under the hammer at the latest Historics sale on Saturday 24 November. A total of 81 lots sold to return a sale ratio of 60 per cent and a gross figure of over £2 million.
Season Three of The Grand Tour, presented by the famous trio of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, will return to Amazon Prime early in the New Year.
The Canary Islands boast a thriving classic car scene, as well as a large and active all-marques club on the isle of Gran Canaria – as Paul Guinness was recently reminded.
Old cars and technology rarely mix, says Sam Skelton.