Your Second Car doesn’t need to be Second Rate

June 2nd, 2020
Watch all the near empty trams, buses and train carriages rolling past and might you notice something equally odd. The stops and platforms aren’t crammed with people demanding to be let aboard but the roads are becomin

Watching The Market Grow….And Go  (Part Two)

May 26th, 2020
While insanely high interest rates contributed to the 1990’s decline in classic vehicle values, the reverse applied during the following decade. Collapsing rates during the mid-2000’s, allied to rising proper

Watching The Market Grow….And then Go  (Part One)

May 19th, 2020
Anyone who has been around cars since the 1970’s will have witnessed continual shifts in the value of vehicles that we regard today as ‘classics’. Before 1960, older cars that had been preserved would be descri

What Makes A Muscle Car?

May 12th, 2020
The term ‘muscle car’ is attributed to a US motoring journalist and the car he was writing about at the time; a specially equipped 1964 Pontiac Tempest. However, by the 1970s, muscle cars were appearing everywher

Doing Your Dash, Floors and Glass

May 5th, 2020
Who would have thought that cleaning that lump of plastic, metal, timber or fibreglass that houses your car’s instruments and radio could be such a chore to get clean and keep that way? Dashboards made of unusual mater

TAKING ON A ‘PROJECT’  during Lockdown

April 21st, 2020
In a changing world where some people need access to ready cash and others have more spare time than they can use, automotive ‘projects’ have been appearing for sale literally everywhere and selling well. Buying one

Buying A Car You Can’t Quite See

April 14th, 2020
Recent events have changed a lot within the automotive world, however many of us will still need to buy cars. Some lucky folk with leases or other term purchase arrangements will usually be looking for another new model