Truly good design wears its years lightly. And that’s why you’d scarcely credit that this little car is 60 years old.
Do not be deceived: this isn’t a three-door, soft-top version of the classic 1960s ‘small’ Jaguar.
Anyone here remember Spender? For those that don’t, it was a TV crime drama series, shown during the early 1990s
Ever feel that modern cars are, well, just too darned complicated.?
It’s a clever thing if you can buy a used car and, within a few years, be able to sell it for more than you originally g...
It’s not often you get the chance to buy a car named for a fighter pilot, inventor and war hero – but here you do.
We’ll bet you’ve not set eyes on one of these before. It's very ‘different’ and you may just love it for that reason.
For almost anyone, the asking price for a motor such as this is a bundle of money.
Spend enough time browsing the classified ads and a gem emerges. And so it is here: a Mk3 Golf GTi .
In our latest trawl through the ‘for sale’ ads on Autoweb.co.uk, we consider an old-school Subaru.
Now depreciation – the difference between what was paid for a car and its current market worth – can be a cruel thing.
A quid short of £25k is strong money in anyone’s terms, especially when it buys something that first turned a wheel on ...
Does it matter if a car’s a mongrel? It’s a right question, because this Stag is one.
If like us, you spend an unhealthy amount of time trawling the used-car classifieds, eventually you’ll find something br...
Unless you’re of tougher stuff than most, you mayn’t be dreaming of top-down driving just now.
Question: when does a car move from being just old and half-forgotten, to re-emerge as a classic? A tricky one to answer.
There’s something a touch sad about an 11yo car that’s travelled only a tiny mileage. A sense of promise unfulfilled
Daimler. The very word evokes notions of John-Bull Britishness, of bulldogs, warm brown beer and cricket.
The wind howls and the rain beats down. It’s hardly cabriolet weather. It is, however, the perfect time of year to buy one.
If you glanced in your rear-view mirror and saw this closing on you, you’d swear it was a BMW X5. Imagine your surprise ...