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  • ROAD TEST – MORGAN PLUS EIGHT

    ROAD TEST – MORGAN PLUS EIGHT

    Matt Bell on 1st February 2019

    It’s an enigma, the Morgan Plus 8 and has been for much of the past 50 years. Produced by a firm which defiantly appeared to resist progress and preferred to cling doggedly to its old-fashioned wood-framed bodywork and labour-intensive hand assembly methods, the Plus 8 also had the distinction of being Britain’s fastest-accelerating car at one point, exhibiting a fearsome pace which belied its 1930s looks.

  • ROAD TEST – MORGAN 4/4

    ROAD TEST – MORGAN 4/4

    Matt Bell on 27th November 2018

    Classics World's Paul Bussey test drives and reviews the Morgan 4/4...

  • ROAD TEST – JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES 1

    ROAD TEST – JAGUAR E-TYPE SERIES 1

    Matt Bell on 27th November 2018

    Classics World’s Iain Wakefield drives the illustrious series 1 Jaguar; but is it really that much better than a cheaper Series 3?

  • ROAD TEST – 1971 VANDEN PLAS PRINCESS

    ROAD TEST – 1971 VANDEN PLAS PRINCESS

    Matt Bell on 20th November 2018

    Group Editor Paul Wager road tests and reviews a recently restored 1971 Vanden Plas Princess on sale with Brightwells auction house.

  • ROAD TEST – JAGUAR XJ6 4.2

    ROAD TEST – JAGUAR XJ6 4.2

    Matt Bell on 13th November 2018

    One of life’s great mysteries is why the original Jaguar XJ6 is so undervalued compared with cars such as the Mk2, MkX and S-type – all inferior, older designs which the XJ6 so successfully replaced.