Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Alfa Romeo GTV
Contact: Classic & Sportscar Centre, Malton, N Yorks YO17 8JB Tel: 01944 758000 www.classicandsportscar.ltd.uk No doubt many readers have been inspired by the recent Top Gear episode to go out looking for a 105-Series Alfa GTV… and swiftly discovered
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lecture
Morris Traveller
Distance: 95 miles via Bath Time: 1-2 days This West of England route takes us across the West Country, starting in the city of Bristol and taking the A4 slightly east through Keynsham and visiting the city of Bath, a World Heritage Site since 1987 a
Classic Car Buyer3 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Triumph Tr6
Distance: 180-200 mile round trip Time: Three days minimum, five to six ideal This one has a running theme of industrial and transport heritage, starting in the town of Ironbridge, a monument to the Industrial Revolution, following various stops of h
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Classic Mini
Distance: 120 miles Time: one day minimum, two days ideal This drive begins in Somerset and explores Devon’s national parks, great scenery and coastal routes. We suggest starting in the West Somerset village of Dunster, joining the A39 ‘Atlantic High
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lecture
Next Issue Out Wednesday, April 7
Why not every car with a BL badge deserves the ridicule We try to choose between Jaguar’s XJ-C and the Mercedes C107 Get on the summer holiday trail with your own private accommodation on wheels Plus… we report on spring’s classic auctions, plus an u
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Ford Escort RS2000 4x4
Contact: Fairmont Sports and Classics Ltd, Brentwood, CM13 1TJ Tel: 01277 576548 www.fairmontsportsandclassics.com Hidden in the shadows of a dark era for hot hatches and, let’s face it, dynamic Fords, the Escort RS2000 was a vital breath of life yet
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lecture
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Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Brooklands On The Small Screen
Abrand new UKTV series featuring Brooklands Museum in Surrey has hit our screens. Shown on the Yesterday channel and available on demand via UKTV Play, Secrets of the Transport Museum is a 10-part series set at the world-renowned venue. As the home o
Classic Car Buyer3 min de lecture
Mgb
Distance: 140-180 miles Time: One day minimum, two to five days ideal This circular tour of Britain’s second-biggest county starts and ends at the market town of Spalding, and in the intermediate miles finds a great diversity of time-warp villages se
Classic Car Buyer4 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Car-derived Vans
Who could have predicted when the Viva-based Bedford HA was launched in 1963 that it would remain in production for an amazing twenty years? The short-lived HA saloon disappeared in 1966 to make way for the Viva HB, but the van carried on right throu
Classic Car Buyer4 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Leaving Lockdown
Writing this on the day the UK marks the exact anniversary ‘lockdown’ first became an everyday phrase, it’s quite possible that many older cars may have been sitting idle for a full year. Yes, I’m sure the majority of CCB readers are sufficiently clu
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
190E Sets Record
Reiterating the buzz surrounding good condition ’80s and ’90s cars, a 1992 Mercedes-Benz 190E has achieved a world record auction result for a standard model. Showing just 11,899 miles, it was offered by Car & Classic on a seven-day online auction an
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
FOTU To Return This Summer
The popular Festival of the Unexceptional event will make a welcome return this summer, organiser Hagerty has announced. Celebrating cars that were once a common sight but are now a rarity on UK roads, the unique ‘Concours de l’Ordinaire’ will take p
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lecture
Welcome
In many respects working on car magazines is similar to any desk-based job in that it can often involve long periods staring at spreadsheets and computer monitors, but every so often you’re jolted into the realisation that it’s not your everyday offi
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
MG Builds Euro Presence
MG Motor plans to increase its presence in mainland Europe by doubling the number of its dealerships in the region to more than 200 on the back of new electric model launches. In an online presentation, MG Europe CEO Matt Lei said the brand will be s
Classic Car Buyer3 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Where To Go, What To See
With museums permitted to open from May 17, our favourite car-themed destinations should all be back in action by the time you’re thinking of enjoying any of the trips in this issue. Most of our favourite venues have also taken the time over the lock
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
No-reserve Auction For Mitsubishi Heritage Cars
In our March 17 issues, we revealed that Mitsubishi would be auctioning off its UK heritage fleet. All 14 vehicles and a large selection of private number plates have subsequently been listed online, with interested parties having from tomorrow (Apri
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
New Bristols Set For Release In 2022
The reborn Bristol Cars company looks to have revealed prices for its ‘remastered’ 2022 models, with fully electric versions of the 411 and Fighter set to be available alongside Chrysler V8-powered variants. Following its liquidation last year, Essex
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Back Box
When my niece called me last summer to ask what to do with her 2009 Ford Ka Studio 1.2 that had been in her family since new but was probably about to fail the next, imminent MoT test, I volunteered to look over it and see whether I could fix anythin
Classic Car Buyer3 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Austin-healey 3000
Distance: 50 miles round trip Time: Half a leisurely day including lunch Starting near Grantham, this route take advantage of the empty roads and big skies of a part of the UK which often gets overlooked by those further west, with a route winding in
Classic Car Buyer4 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Spring Sparks ’80s Boom
The market for 1980s and 1990s cars seems to be enjoying a significant purple patch, with nostalgia, changing fashions and increased media coverage all potential factors in fuelling a substantial rise in demand and values. While exceptional classics
Classic Car Buyer8 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
The Point Is…
When the Rootes Group launched the ‘Arrow’ Hillman Hunter family in 1966, the car was right up to the minute – albeit in a somewhat conventional sense. Four years earlier, Ford had basically turned this market-sector upside down with the new Cortina.
Classic Car Buyer4 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Saab 900 Turbo And Mazda Mx-5
Distance: 500-600 miles Time: Three to four days minimum, ten days ideal Taking you along some of the best driving roads in the world, let alone Britain, this northern Scottish Highlands loop is also an opportunity to see some spectacular mountain an
Classic Car Buyer3 min de lecture
Ford Capri
Distance: 60-70 Miles Time: One day This route offers hills, wide sweeping bends and massively spectacular scenery. Starting in the vibrant, modern city of Sheffield, head north up the A629 towards Chapeltown and then take the A616 past Stocksbridge
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lecture
Classic Scenes
The humble filling station has long been a crucial part of Britain’s infrastructure, having evolved from simple fuel sales to full-service destinations filling the gaps left by small local shops squeezed out of business by supermarkets. The fuel itse
Classic Car Buyer2 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Jaguar E-type
Distance: 80-100 miles Time: 1-2 days Starting in Redditch, head south to the market town of Evesham then south-east on the A44 to the picture postcard village of Broadway. From here, take the B4632 towards Winchcombe and on over the hill to Cheltenh
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Brewer’s Coop
TV star Mike Brewer’s 1964 Mini Cooper S will be revealed in all its glory in the May issue of our sister title, Mini Magazine. The Wheeler Dealers presenter has always said a Mini Cooper S from his birth year of 1964 is a dream car. He subsequently
Classic Car Buyer5 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Late Bloomers
BMW 635CSi ENGINE: 3453cc POWER: 218bhp 0-60mph: 7.5secs TOP SPEED: 132mph BUY ONE FOR: £6000-£35,000 Rewind to a fairly pleasant evening in October 1989, and there I was buying a tatty but running and MoT’d 1978 Jaguar XJ-S V12 from Witney car aucti
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lectureTechnology & Engineering
Neue Klasse returns
BMW is reviving a famous name from its past, with models from 2025 set to use a new platform called New Class (Neue Klasse in German). The Neue Klasse name was originally used for a line of saloons and coupes produced by the German automaker between
Classic Car Buyer1 min de lecture
Johnny Dumfries: 1958–2021
Johnny Dumfries – otherwise known by his official title John Crichton-Stuart, 7th Marquess of Bute – has passed away at the age of 62 following a short illness. Dumfries was most well-known for his stint in Formula 1 as Ayrton Senna’s teammate at Lot
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