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Top 10: 21st Century Classics

With new figures showing that once cars reach the age of 18, owners start cherishing them - we've put together a list of the 21st century cars that are soon to become collectable.

And no, we're not talking about Porsches, or Ferraris or Astons - they were always going to be a classic. These are the ordinary cars that once lined Britain's streets but are now a much rarer site.

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MG TF (2002-2005)

If you're after a British-built soft-top that won't break the bank, the TF is it. Arguably the used car bargain of the moment, it offers a great driving experience and just enough reliability to make it interesting.

Problems with the K-series engine are well-documented, but it is still possible to find a low-mileage one that's been cherished and well looked after for not much more than a grand. How long they'll stay in the bargain basement we wouldn't like to say...

Read our MG TF review and buyer's guide here

Comments

Iain Harris    on 29 April 2019

I would think the Fiesta ST in all forms deserves to be on the list give the past collectible performance of previous fast Fords.

Won't be many in mint condition in years to come

tolabur    on 29 April 2019

Personally I drive an Old Mercedes 220 Avantgarde Estate. 2003 and it still is going well.
Tes Mercedes are expensive to service. But in my case apart from a Broken Front Spring and a couple of electrical problems. It fine I get wonderful MPG and it's not because I drive slowly. Going down through France into Spain and halfway across Spain it returns well over 55 MPG. This cannot be bad for a 16 year old car, Comfortable Yes. Economical Yes. Attractive Yes,.
In other word it rings my Bell.
This after driving so many different makes over 60 years!
Am I happy with it YES.
Would I like Newer one YES YES,
Just cant afford one.
David Collins
davejcollins@live.com

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