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  • COMING DOWN HARD: HARD-TOP CONVERTIBLES

    COMING DOWN HARD: HARD-TOP CONVERTIBLES

    Matt Bell on 10th May 2019

    When is a convertible not a convertible? When it’s also a coupe… We look at a selection of hard ‘soft’ tops to check out how you can enjoy the best of both worlds.

  • H&H APRIL SALE REVIEW

    H&H APRIL SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 8th May 2019

    The latest in H&H's online-only sales, the firm’s April 27 auction was a lesson in how to do it properly. Rather than an anonymous eBay-style platform, there’s a proper live feed with an auctioneer – in suit and tie, no less – fielding both online and phone bids, with all the drama of a live sale.

  • MYTHBUSTERS – THE CARS THEY TELL YOU TO AVOID

    MYTHBUSTERS – THE CARS THEY TELL YOU TO AVOID

    Matt Bell on 8th May 2019

    Ignore the experts and you can often bag yourself a bargain. We pick three cars everyone will tell you to steer clear of but which can be a great buy if you get it right.

  • SIXTIES SALOONS – LUXURY CLASS

    SIXTIES SALOONS – LUXURY CLASS

    Matt Bell on 7th May 2019

    The 1950s and 1960s saw the concept of the luxury saloon change almost beyond recognition. We take a look at the shift in persp

  • BEAULIEU EVENT TO CELEBRATE ICONIC BIG CAT

    BEAULIEU EVENT TO CELEBRATE ICONIC BIG CAT

    Matt Bell on 2nd May 2019

    Beaulieu is to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the iconic Jaguar Mk2 at its Simply Jaguar event on Sunday July 14, with a special display area dedicated to the legendary sporting saloon.

  • ACA APRIL SALE REVIEW

    ACA APRIL SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 1st May 2019

    Anglia Car Auctions’ second classic car sale of 2019 was another busy, well-attended affair, with over 230 cars going under the hammer along with several motorbikes and bicycles. At the time of writing, 72 per cent of the entries had sold, with several outstanding provisional bids to finalise.

  • SALOONS VS SPORTS-CAR ICONS

    SALOONS VS SPORTS-CAR ICONS

    Matt Bell on 29th April 2019

    What is it about those iconic models that appeals so much and drives lofty values? We break it down to the mechanicals and sneak in some extra doors, to see if you can have your saloon and race it too.

  • CLASSIC SCENES – SEASIDE QUEUES

    CLASSIC SCENES – SEASIDE QUEUES

    Matt Bell on 29th April 2019

    Here is a scene that was all-too common in the 1960s - a queue of stationary cars trying to get to the seaside on a sunny June day. Frustrating for the drivers, taxing for many a cooling system, but great for car enthusiasts 50 years hence!

  • KELSEY PROJECTS HEAD TO AUCTION

    KELSEY PROJECTS HEAD TO AUCTION

    Matt Bell on 3rd April 2019

    We love to buy classic cars here, as evidenced by the variety of old motors filling the office car park. But sadly, we can’t keep them all if we want to be able to reach the front door. That’s why two of the fleet will be among the consignments at SWVA’s next classic car auction when it takes place later this month.

  • MARKET TRENDS – EXPORT OR DIE

    MARKET TRENDS – EXPORT OR DIE

    Matt Bell on 27th March 2019

    After WWII Britain’s economy was in dire need of repair. The solution was to make and sell things which could be sold to bring in foreign currency. Some of the cars we urged foreigners to invest in then make equally good investments now.

  • FACTORY TUNED SPECIALS

    FACTORY TUNED SPECIALS

    Matt Bell on 26th March 2019

    We consider the tuning firms turned car makers, from Abarth to JaguarSport.

  • ACA APRIL SALE PREVIEW

    ACA APRIL SALE PREVIEW

    Matt Bell on 26th March 2019

    Anglia Car Auctions is set for its next classic car auction on Saturday April 13 and the catalogue is now available for viewing while further details filter in.