Many people are lured into the world of classic cars due to their character and stunningly good looks. Even inexperienced car enthusiasts who are new to the world of classic cars can find that classic car ownership is an incredible thing to experience; with a great balance of car maintenance and driving on the open road. During the process of buying a classic car, there are a number of things which you need to consider. In this article, we offer 3 top tips for buying a classic car. Keep reading to get the tips! The Cost of Classic Car Ownership
While we often refer to classic car restoration as a hobby, it's more like a project, and not a simple one at that. The amount of work and effort that goes into restoration is frequently underestimated. As well as requiring a lot of time and resources, classic car restoration requires a large level of skill too. While it is possible to restore your classic by yourself, at home, it's not recommended unless you have a considerable amount of experience. There are four different types of restoration, these are referred to as: Rolling Restoration: The goal with a rolling restoration is
The powerful yet smooth Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC. Watch this exterior, interior and drive observation / review to see this fantastic grand tourer in action.
Owning your own vintage vehicle can be a life long dream for many classic car enthusiasts. Searching for a classic car is an enjoyable thing to do, but if it's your first time, you must also be very cautious. In this article we take a look at some of things you need to look out for when you're looking to buy a classic car. The Paperwork Reviewing all of the paperwork and documentation with a fine tooth comb is essential. You want to make sure that the VINs on the paperwork match up with the VINs on the vehicle, this
Being the owner of a classic car and having the opportunity to drive it is a fantastic motoring experience. Not just with having a car that has great driving dynamics and performance, but also because of the responsibility of maintaining and caring for your classic car too. In this post, we have put together 5 tips for any classic car owner to help you preserve your car and prevent any potential problems. Storage The first thing you'll need to take care of is suitable storage for your classic. Ideally you will keep your car stored inside of a large garage,
A video review of the 1975 Triumph Stag. This review gives you an exterior, interior, and driving review of the Triumph Stag. This particular car has a quad-tip sports exhaust to give it more of a throaty V8 growl.
It has been a legal requirement for all vehicles to display a number plate since 1903. Over the years, there have been a number of developments regarding number plates, including the 1973 change from black and silver number plates, to white reflective plates on the front of a vehicle and yellow reflective plates on the back of a vehicle.
Sometimes people assume that once their vehicle has passed the 40 year age mark, then it’s no longer a legal requirement to have an annual MoT. While this is correct, it does not happen automatically. You must first prove that your vehicle is exempt by registering your classic car as a Vehicle of Historic Interest.
The Vauxhall Cresta PA was a visual turning point for Vauxhall saloon cars. Take a look at this 1961 Cresta PA exterior, interior and drive observation / review to see why.
Everyone loves a classic car. I mean, even people with no interest in motoring love the surprise sight of a classic car on the weekend or at shows or fetes. Owning a classic car is a labour of love or course, but what about the concept of purchasing a classic car as an investment? If you are thinking of investing some of your earnings in a classic vehicle there are a few thinks to be aware of…