Matt Bell on 24th January 2019
The A40 is an intriguing beast but they do tend to get overlooked by the classic press in favour of more glamorous machinery or even their own more curvaceous predecessors, the A30 and A35.
Matt Bell on 6th November 2018
The Classic Car Loan Project has added another classic to its growing number of cars; this time it's an Austin 7 Ruby that joins the eight others on offer for 2019.
Glenn Rowswell on 11th October 2018
A lovely 83-year-old truck that first saw service on the Isle of Arran in 1935 is being sold by H&H Classicsat their next sale at IWM Duxford in Cambridgeshire on October 17th...
Glenn Rowswell on 3rd July 2018
Classics World’s Paul Bussey test drives and reviews the 1934 Austin Seven RK Saloon…
Glenn Rowswell on 18th May 2018
The fact that customers were still buying the ADO16 BMC1100/1300 range even after its replacement had been launched illustrates perfectly how popular the 'big Mini' was with UK buyers. In fact the car was Britain's top selling car every year from 1963 to 1971 apart from 1967.
Glenn Rowswell on 16th April 2018
Classics World's Paul Bussey test drives and reviews the 1937 Austin Seven Ruby…
Glenn Rowswell on 10th April 2018
Classics World's Paul Wager test drives and reviews the 1967 Austin-Healey 3000...
Glenn Rowswell on 2nd January 2018
Classics World’s Paul Bussey test drives and reviews the Austin Seven Special…
Glenn Rowswell on 1st November 2017
Classics World’s Paul Wager test drives and reviews the Austin 10/4 Cambridge...
Glenn Rowswell on 20th September 2017
The Austin 3 Litre Owners’ club held its 50th anniversary celebration of the model’s launch at the British Motor Museum’s BMC/BL Day. ..