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I recently bought an Austin Seven in Coys Auction. I was unable to view the car so went very much on Coys' description and placed a commission bid. The description read as follows: 'The Austin Ruby 7 on...
My girlfriend is currently between cars and her grandparents have offered her their 1994 Rover 414, with 60,000 miles. They have owned the car from new, recently it has had a full service including; radiator,...
My father has had a 1974 Volkswagen 'Super' Beetle 1303 sitting outside (covered) for years. It needs renovation and I have no idea how to price it. I don't know much about cars. I'm not in the UK and...
The intermittent function of the windscreen wipers on my 1995 Nissan Micra does not work, but the normal and fast functions do work. I'm given to understand that I need a Wiper Control Box, but Nissan...
Is it worth buying a classic 1975 Fiat 124 Spider? It's in good nick with recent new floor pans and no other rust. As with all classic cars, it will need money spent on it. Will it keep or increase in...
I have a 1999 Mini Cooper. It has done 32,000 miles. It's in very good, running condition. As with all old Mini, it's beginning to show a few signs of rust in the boot which will need repairing over the...
Will we be able to still drive classic cars after the deadline of 2040? Do you think petrol would be still available at this time please?
We have a Vauxhall Cavalier GLS V6 auto and wondered how much it would sell for. Would you be interested?
I have a 1980 Renault 5. Please can you recommend a classic car garage which is a Renault specialist?
I have a Ford Cougar 2.0-litre, registered in 1999. How many are left?
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