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I've come across a garage that specialises in selling Morris 1000. They also improve/modify them by fitting disk brakes, brake servos, Inertia reel seatbelts etc. The garage in question is https://www.morrisminor.org.uk/cars-for-sale....
Will my Mercedes-Benz S320 become a classic in the future?
My 90 year old father has a 1997 Peugeot 406 Sri Turbo 2.0-litre Petrol, which has covered 80,000 miles and been owned by the family from new. Apart from normal servicing costs, the vehicle has been trouble...
Are Jaguar XJS starting to appreciate in value?
I'm looking to buy an 1989 Mini with 90,000 miles on the clock. The original 998cc engine has been replaced with an MG Metro 1275cc engine. It's in Immaculate condition and has had many extras fitted....
I saw a car for sale on a website called ClassicCarsHQ and emailed the seller, but got no reply. Upon further investigation all the sellers have the same email address and map location. The email page...
What are the consequences of mixing Castrol xl 20w/50 with synthetic Penrite 20w/50 classic oil?
We have a 1977 MG Midget owned from new with 45,000 miles on the clock. The engine is original and we've been using Castrol Valvemaster Plus additive. However, this is no longer available. Apart from having...
Is a 1991 Mazda 121 Mk2 considered a classic?
I took my old car off the road over 30 years ago and pushed it to the back of my garage while I concentrated on my newer car. I recently moved house and sent in the old brown log book to the DVLA to register...
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