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  • WE BOUGHT A FORD PUMA

    WE BOUGHT A FORD PUMA

    Matt Bell on 4th June 2020

    As we continue to freshen up our fleet, Jeff Ruggles, armed with £1000, went out and got himself a tidy Ford Puma. But are there problems lying beneath the surface? Or is this a genuinely tidy Puma?

  • HONDA S2000 – THE DRIVER’S CHOICE

    HONDA S2000 – THE DRIVER’S CHOICE

    Matt Bell on 28th May 2020

    Perhaps the best roadster for drivers this side of a Caterham, the Honda S2000 is a sure fire modern classic and when we’re allowed out again, Phil Weeden can’t wait to get his on the road!

  • WE BOUGHT A £1500 RANGE ROVER P38A

    WE BOUGHT A £1500 RANGE ROVER P38A

    Matt Bell on 22nd May 2020

    With double the amount Joe had to buy his classic, Aaron McKay went and bought a £1500 Range Rover P38A. Brave, stupid, smart? Time will tell...

  • WE BOUGHT A 200,000 MILE PEUGEOT 205!

    WE BOUGHT A 200,000 MILE PEUGEOT 205!

    Matt Bell on 15th May 2020

    As part of our project car freshen up program, each of the team was given a different budget to pick out a classic car. Joe Miller, with £750, went and sourced a 200,000 mile, diesel Peugeot 205! 

  • BUYING CHEAP CLASSIC CARS

    BUYING CHEAP CLASSIC CARS

    Matt Bell on 29th April 2020

    Pre-lockdown, we sold on some of our classic project cars and with a unique way of deciding budgets, set out to buy some cheap new classic projects. What could possibly go wrong?

  • RENAULT 25: A FORGOTTEN GEM?

    RENAULT 25: A FORGOTTEN GEM?

    Matt Bell on 22nd April 2020

    Executive cars of the 1980s introduced advanced aerodynamics and new technology. One of the earliest competitors was the oft-forgotten Renault 25, a car that Aaron McKay reckons deserves its time in the spotlight.

  • AUDI TT – THE CONCEPT CAR MADE REAL

    AUDI TT – THE CONCEPT CAR MADE REAL

    Matt Bell on 9th April 2020

    A great example of concept car design that made it to the road, the Audi TT arguably defines the term ‘modern classic’. Phil Weeden explains why he bought one…and why you should too!