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Top 10: Classic off-roaders for less than £5000

Classic fans are known for - mostly - laying up their cars during the winter months. And on the whole, rightly so - snow, wind, rain and road grit can play havoc on your older car's bodywork. But for some, the idea of abandoning their classic as the nights draw in and the days get colder, simply doesn't appeal - and so, the idea of running a classic off-roader during the winter becomes rather appealing.

Here are ten classic cars that will leave you mobile in the worst weather conditions - and which you will be able to find for less than £5000. Some of our more left-field choices will take some finding, but isn't that part of the fun of being a classic car enthusiast?

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Subaru BRAT

The Subaru BRAT (from the catchy acronym for Bi-drive Recreational All-terrain Transporter) was based on the Leone, and has gone on to become more well-known and sought after than the original. But then as pick-ups, the little BRAT is a great looking piece of equipment, and is underpinned by Subaru's brilliant all-wheel drive hardware. Popular back in the day, thanks to a strong following in the farming community, but rare now - but they are out there, and when these mini-El Caminos come up for sale, they can be bought for a realistic sum of money. Watch for rust. Obviously.


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kecaf26609    on 20 March 2024

this is interesting

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