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I am thinking of buying a Mercedes-Benz SL280 as future classic. There are some low mileage ones around, but can low mileage be an issue?
I recently bought a 1997 Jaguar XJ6 for £700. The sale included a private plate. Since then, I've spent £360 replacing the rear driveshaft because of bearing...
I have a 2013 Jaguar XKR (34,000 miles - out of warranty) and am considering changing to a 2013 BMW M6 convertible. Which car has the longer term "classic"...
I have a photograph of a pre-First World War car, complete with registration number. The car is being driven by my grandfather who was a chauffeur. I have...
I have inherited a Mk2 Volkswagen Polo with only 2300 miles on the clock. However, it won't start, the plugs are sparking but there's no fuel getting to...
I own a Mk1 Volkswagen Golf convertible which was last started 16 years ago! It has been kept in a garage since then. Apart from buying a new battery and...
I have an intermittent starting problem with my Jaguar XJS. The petrol pump should run for 10-15 seconds after switching the ignition to prime the system...
I own a 1993 Mazda 626GT 2.5. It's completely original and has been in dry storage for a few years now. Do you think it is a future classic that's worth...
I have a jaguar XK (1995 model) with 80,000 miles in the clock. It runs like new, but my local garage says the bulkhead is rusting. How can I fix this...
My Stag was built in December 1975 and I have the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate to prove it. Today, 1 April I took all the required...
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