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We still own an automatic, MoT'd Mitsubishi Sigma estate, registered in 1995. Do you think we now have the last one on the UK roads?
I have recently bought a 2002 Jaguar X-Type 3.0 with 110,000 miles on the clock at a reasonable price. I now need to replace the front and rear suspension at a cost of £1500. Will this be a wise investment...
I have Mercedes-Benz E-Class registered in 1994, I bought it in 1997. It has done 115,230 miles so far, could you please kindly advise me of its value.
I am aware that kit cars are available for Lamborghini and Ferrari models plus various American muscle cars. But are you aware of a kit car company that does the body for a Citroen DS?
Could you let me know an approximate value of a 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco GT?
I have a 1976 Porsche 912 in good nick. There are only a few left now. Do you know what I could sell it for?
My beloved 20 year old Jaguar XJ6 has developed electrical problems, due partly to water getting into the wiring. My mechanic has sourced some used parts (Jaguar don't make them any more), but the immobiliser...
Is the Triumph TR7 car a good investment?
I'm considering using the waterless coolant, as featured in the TR6 episode with Ed China, on my Jaguar E-Type Series 2. Also the ceramic coating on the exhaust manifold and a professional carbon clean....
I want to know how many cars of my model and colour are still on UK roads? I have a 2003 Saab 9-5 Vector estate in Polar White, I know it is a very rare colour.
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