11th February 2019
Power, comfort, space – these are the cars many aspire to, and now’s the time to buy them.
When new, you wouldn't ever consider a Porsche the affordable option. Where once they were pricey aspirational cars, today they sit firmly in the affordable bracket for many. Here's a quick look at which Porsches you can get your hands on with an affordable budget.
A classic car drive in aid of Cancer Research UK is being planned beginning 30th of April, split into 22 sections – one per day – all around the UK coast. Departing from Westward Ho! In Devon, the event leaders will be setting the course in their Morris Minor and organising registration packs for participants.
The MK3 Golf GTi isn’t as bad as people think...
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC) has argued that changes to requirements for MOT testing of historic vehicles can leave drivers “at risk from ill-briefed policeman.”
The MG octagon has to be one of the most familiar motoring badges ever produced. Here we take the eight-sided emblem and select eight of the most significant post-War MGs ever produced.
The mid-range MG from the Phoenix era tends to be overshadowed by the more sophisticated Rover 75 cars but the ZS was a well regarded effort especially in V6 form.
Modifying a classic car has long polarised opinion. Traditionally there are staunch believers in keeping a car strictly original, while on the other hand there are enthusiasts happy to delve deep into custom car territory. But how does the market react to modified classics? Are you diminishing a car’s appeal by making changes, or can you actually broaden it?
Whether it’s everyman cars, French heritage or automotive exotica, Retromobile delivers on all for 2019.