Matt Bell on 21st May 2019
What to do when you want a taste of vintage Volkswagen camping experience but don’t have a budget that goes through the pop-up roof.
Glenn Rowswell on 12th September 2018
The MGA might look sleekly modern compared to the T-Types it replaced, but those sensuous curves sat on a separate chassis and wooden floorboards. Launched in September 1955 as a two-seat roadster...
Glenn Rowswell on 8th June 2018
The sun’s out, the sap’s rising and it’s time to take to the open road in one of the best 10 classic convertibles for under £3k!
Matt Bell on 20th April 2018
Looking at buying a Mk2 VW Golf? Check our guide for the best tips, advice and all you need to know.
Paul Wager on 13th April 2018
With an increase in the value of some of Britain’s best-loved classic sports cars, is there money to be saved by importing a classic to the UK from the USA? Check out our guide for the best tips and tricks on how to import a classic car.
Glenn Rowswell on 11th December 2017
For those starting their sports car career in the Seventies, there were several worthy choices on offer; glamour, a reasonable and price and a throaty exhaust were more important than outright speed...
Glenn Rowswell on 27th November 2017
Honda’s answer to the MX-5 wasn’t to join it but beat it into submission with its astonishing S2000, offering 240 bhp from a race-bred four-cylinder engine without a turbo in sight...
Glenn Rowswell on 6th November 2017
For now any car that is built before 1960 is exempt from the annual MoT check. So which of these old-timers would be the most practical for daily use?
Glenn Rowswell on 31st October 2017
Classics World’s Paul Bussey test drives and reviews a 1972 Fiat 500…
Glenn Rowswell on 30th October 2017
Largely based on the four-cylinder, friendlier-faced Herald, the Vitesse arrived in 1962 with a useful injection of performance from its 1.6-litre straight tsix – an engine which itself would go on to power a whole range of exciting Triumph sports cars in slowly increasing displacements, while the Vitesse itself eventually benefited from a two-litre version. ..
Glenn Rowswell on 25th October 2017
The Reliant Scimitar GTE is a truly overlooked British classic car that’s quick enough, good value and an absolute doddle to maintain thanks to humble Ford running gear. Its estate-like body, folding rear seats...