When the new E10 fuel changes come into effect in 2021, classic car owners may be forced to make extensive mechanical modifications to their vehicles, in order for their cars to be able to run on the new fuel and stay on the road. Experts have warned that the type of changes required could easily cost thousands of pounds, leaving many classic car owners unable to afford the changes they would need to make to keep their cars on the road.
Ben Croot, a teenager from Compton in Wolverhampton was inspired by his love of Lego and classic cars, to build a British motoring classic – the Bentley “Blower” – entirely out of Lego and Technic. The Bentley “Blower” is a British classic which was used to compete in motor racing events between 1927 and 1931. Keep reading to find out more about Ben’s creation…
The Dax Rush is a lightweight two-seater sports car. It is offered as a kit, and is a popular choice among Kit Car builders. This Dax Rush is in superb condition throughout and ideal for a blast in the countryside on a summers day.
If you’re on our website, then you’re probably somewhat of a classic car enthusiast, and as most of us know, there’s nothing better than a lovely long drive out in our precious classic vehicles, driving down country lanes on a warm summer day. However, there are a number of things you can do to make the most of your excursions; from plotting a destinations, forecasting the weather, and planning things to do along the way. Here’s a few of our tips for making your classic car driving trips more enjoyable and avoiding any disappointments.
What’s your limit when it comes to purchasing a classic car? In the past decade, the classic car market has exploded. After the financial crisis, interest rates dropped to almost nothing, that combined with people being in a financial position where they could finally buy their dream car, led to a huge increase in the value of classic cars. Take a look at these 5 classic car sales, they are among the most expensive classic car sales to ever go through at auction. Bear in mind, these are only the public sales, it’s believed that the most expensive classic cars
Porsche has unveiled a couple of new head units that should make some classic Porsche car owners very happy. These new head units combine that classic vintage design, but with all of the modern conveniences of today’s in-car-entertainment, including things like Apple CarPlay, DAB+, high-resolution touchscreens, and Bluetooth.
This particular Royale Sabre is a bit of an oddity. Watch this exterior, interior and drive observation / review to see why.
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.