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With all the publicity about over complex, money pit, unfit for purpose cars - what do you recommend as a low tech alternative? I realise regulations don't permit this for a modern car, but what about...
My son is a student on a year abroad in Morocco. He's fallen in love with an ancient Renault 4 (left hand drive). He wants to buy it and drive it home to the UK. What are the pitfalls of him doing this?
My 1967 Chevrolet Camaro failed its last MoT on having combined indicator and brake lights, i.e. red rather than amber indicators. From February 2018, cars that are 40 years or older are MoT exempt. Will...
I'm looking at buying a classic Mini. I have seen lots of Japanese imports advertised. Do these cars make financial sense to buy? What are the pros and cons of buying one of these cars? Unsure what to...
With many classic cars going off the road for winter, apart from connecting the battery to a trickle charge and over inflating the tyres to prevent flat spots are there any other steps owners should be...
I own a Porsche 944 Turbo 1987. I have owned it since 1990 and it only has one previous owner with a mileage of 91,000. It failed its MoT for the first time this summer due to rust where the sills join...
Is the 1998 - 2002 BMW Z3M Roadster appreciating in price?
Is my F-reg Volkswagen Scirocco a classic yet?
Do you think BMW M3 Convertibles (E93) - earlier, low mileage, around £20,000 - will hold their value, or continue to depreciate? Bearing in mind they're one of the last naturally aspirated V8 'sports'...
I recently bought a 1963 Ford Consul Capri. I want to know more about models and values, where can I find this info?
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