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The X Factor – Ford Sierra XR4x4

The old Ford world is a tribal one, and one in which the name ‘RS Cosworth’ will be defended to the hilt. People will tell you that the Cosworth cars represented the apex of Ford’s performance curve, and we wouldn’t be inclined to disagree. The Cosworth cars, with their turbocharged, sixteen-valve engines were indeed a […]

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1993 Audi 80 Avant – Classified of the Week

Modified cars can be a bit hit and miss, because after all, one owner’s vision and idea of improvement may not be the same as the next. However, there is no denying that in the case of this frankly stunning Audi 80 Avant, the modifications take it to another level. Rather than go hell for […]

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Fantastic Fortnight – Car & Classic Auctions

July has been a busy month for the team here at Car & Classic Auctions, with over £170,000 of stock sold so far this month. Our new auction platform, which offers buyer and seller security thanks to our registration, bidding and Escrow systems, has struck a positive chord with the market. We’ve worked tirelessly to […]

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1989 MG Metro 1300 – Project Profile

A car from 1989 might seem a bit modern to be called a classic, but the reality is that it was thirty-one years ago. And trust us, it hurts us just as much to accept that. To our mind, 1989 was last week, but we digress.  The reality is that 1980s cars, particularly those of […]

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The Golden Age of Convertibles – London Concours

The London Concours, presented by Montres Breguet, will gather a collection of the most beautiful and innovative soft-tops ever, paying special attention to the 1960s. Showcasing the likes of the Jaguar E-Type, Ferrari 330 GTS, Alfa Romeo Junior Spider and Aston Martin DB2, it’s no wonder this class is known as Convertibles: The Golden Era. […]

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1985 BMW E23 728i – Classified of the Week

Sports cars, luxury cars, hot hatches, roadsters – they’re all cars we associate with the genre that is classic cars. They all have a quality, a spirit if you will that keeps the interest burning for years and years. That’s why we have so many MGBs, Healeys, TVRs and RS2000s. The executive car, however, is […]

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Five Classics Fit For The Family

There’s a common misconception that classic cars are something that can only really be enjoyed by the owner. And that seems strange to us. Especially now, in a time where it’s more important than ever to usher in a new generation of classic car enthusiasts in the form of our children. Because let’s face it, […]

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1964 Mercedes-Benz W110 – Project Profile

There are classic cars out there that, despite their years and their miles, still cut a dash. Cars that despite being older than some of your grey-haired relatives, still have the reliability, durability and dependability of much newer models. Not every classic car can boast such qualities, and that’s fine. Some are delicate and need […]

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1973 Commer Camper – Classified of the Week

The staycation is hot this year, thanks to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. Yeah, they might have opened up travel to some countries abroad, but really, do you want to risk it? Of course not, which is why staying on British soil is a good idea. After all, the UK is one of the […]

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1972 Bond Bug – Project Profile

Plastic, as they say, is fantastic. Or at least it was in the 1970s UK car market. Okay, not plastic per se, as we are of course talking about fibreglass. But whatever, we wanted to use that opening line. Anyway, we digress. Let’s get back to the car at hand, namely a 1972 Bond Bug. […]