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I'm looking for a Volvo Amazon (BEP 102C) that belonged to my late dad who always regretted selling it. I'd like to bring it back into the family. How can I find out if it's still alive?
I'm thinking of buying a car that was first registered in March 1979. When will it become a historic vehicle and tax exempt?
I want to take my 2003 Toyota MR2 to France this month and maybe later this year. Could you suggest where I should look for European breakdown/repatriation cover for a car of this age?
I'm looking to buy a 1970s MGB GT V8. An original car will be classed as an historic vehicle affecting the need for tax and MoT. Many of the originally 1800cc cars were later converted to V8 by transplanting...
A friend has a 1992 one-owner Mercedes 190 1.8 automatic with very low mileage (under 50K). It has hardly been used for the last 11 years and was last started at least five years ago. Before then it ran...
What can I do to reduce the emissions on my 2003 Rover 75 Connosieur?
What do you think will happen to the price of average value classics following Brexit (if it ever happens!). I have a 1968 RHD Alfa Romeo Veloce boat tail which I am considering selling sometime this year....
I have two older MGs - 1998 and 2001. Does any company offer breakdown cover on vehicles of this age or older?
Have you any idea what other Austin marques would have been fitted with the same wiper motor as a 1968 1800?
When is a July 1979 car tax-free and MoT exempt?
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