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  • SIXTIES CLASSICS ON A £15K BUDGET

    SIXTIES CLASSICS ON A £15K BUDGET

    Matt Bell on 17th December 2019

    Flash sports car, stylish two-door coupé or steady four-door saloon? Deciding which Swinging Sixties classic to purchase with £15,000 obviously comes down to personal taste. So, we’ve compiled a variety of options along with some advice to help buy one.

  • PRACTICAL OPEN-TOP CLASSICS

    PRACTICAL OPEN-TOP CLASSICS

    Matt Bell on 3rd September 2019

    So, you want a practical open top classic? From BMW and Land Rover to Saab, we pick out some of the best open-top classics for all budgets.

  • TRIUMPH TR4 BUYER’S GUIDE

    TRIUMPH TR4 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 29th August 2019

    A popular choice on both sides of the Atlantic, this smart-looking two-seater is still winning hearts today. We look at what makes the ever-zestful TR4 tick and how to buy a good one.

  • SWVA JULY SALE REVIEW

    SWVA JULY SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 15th August 2019

    The SWVA July sale had a full catalogue of 81 classics under the hammer at its Poole base on July 26, with everything from bargains to prestige.

  • CARS WITH BAD REPUTATIONS

    CARS WITH BAD REPUTATIONS

    Matt Bell on 14th August 2019

    We look at some of the classics with bad reputations, debunk the myths and ask whether a bad name makes a bad classic? 

  • TYRE FESTIVAL OFF TO A GREAT START

    TYRE FESTIVAL OFF TO A GREAT START

    Matt Bell on 2nd August 2019

    The first joint rally between several car clubs leading the way in supporting young enthusiasts has been deemed an outstanding success.

  • MARKET TRENDS – UNFAIR REPUTATIONS

    MARKET TRENDS – UNFAIR REPUTATIONS

    Matt Bell on 1st August 2019

    In this Market Trends we take a look at three cars that have unfair reputations; the Triumph Stag, MGC and Austin Allegro...

  • TOP GEAR EXHIBITION EXTENDED

    TOP GEAR EXHIBITION EXTENDED

    Matt Bell on 25th July 2019

    Visitors to the World of Top Gear display at Beaulieu’s National Motor Museum are now able to experience a closer look at the vehicles the team customised in Series 27 of the popular TV show.

  • BRITISH SPORTS CAR FAVOURITES

    BRITISH SPORTS CAR FAVOURITES

    Matt Bell on 12th July 2019

    Simple, big-engined sports cars aren’t the preserve of the US makers. We round up our British sports car favourites.

  • MATHEWSONS JUNE SALE REVIEW

    MATHEWSONS JUNE SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 20th June 2019

    The latest of Mathewsons’ monthly classic car auctions took place at its Pickering base on June 1, and once again boasted a catalogue full of desirable classics. The consignments ranged from sub-£1000 bargains right through to luxury prewar machinery, but most notable was the wide choice of low-mileage ‘everyman’ classics.

  • RAGLEY HALL MOTOR SHOW WINNERS

    RAGLEY HALL MOTOR SHOW WINNERS

    Matt Bell on 11th June 2019

    The Ragley Hall Motor Show, held over the recent Bank Holiday weekend, saw the Worcestershire venue’s biggest-ever entry in the car show classes.

  • MORRIS LESLIE MAY SALE REVIEW

    MORRIS LESLIE MAY SALE REVIEW

    Matt Bell on 10th June 2019

    A crisp, sunny morning just east of Perth gradually turned grey and rainy outside, but this came to pass quite unnoticed as scores of people milled around the two main halls of cars at the Morris Leslie auction.

  • RARE HERALD RESUMES TRAINING DUTIES

    RARE HERALD RESUMES TRAINING DUTIES

    Matt Bell on 20th May 2019

    The Association of Heritage Engineers (AoHE), set up at the beginning of last year to help prevent skills, experience and information from a variety of heritage engineering sectors being lost, has acquired what it believes is the only remaining Triumph Herald 1200 training chassis. Certainly, it’s the last one that will continue to be used as intended – for the education of apprentices.