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This will seem like a bit of a 'how long is a piece of string' question, however, I thought I would ask nevertheless. I own and drive daily a 1993 Rover 620 GSi with 39,000 miles. I recently put the car...
Do you think the 2.0-litre, six-cylinder BMW Z3 will become a classic? I have 2000 Z3 with 76,000 miles on it. It needs some work and I'd like to evaluate whether it's worth investing in it if it has the...
I just bought myself a 2001 Volkswagen Golf VR6. It's mechanically sound, but the bodywork needs some TLC. Is it a future classic?
What cars would you recommend as possible future classics? They must be automatic and reasonable to maintain.
Will my Mercedes-Benz S320 become a classic in the future?
With all the publicity about over complex, money pit, unfit for purpose cars - what do you recommend as a low tech alternative? I realise regulations don't permit this for a modern car, but what about...
I have a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser 2.4 petrol turbo. It has about 80,000 miles on it and is in excellent condition (garaged half of the year). Chrysler recommends a new cambelt at about 100,000 miles, and...
Do you think BMW M3 Convertibles (E93) - earlier, low mileage, around £20,000 - will hold their value, or continue to depreciate? Bearing in mind they're one of the last naturally aspirated V8 'sports'...
Is a Smart Roadster Brabus a future classic?
My son has a Renault Avantime in RHD. Apparently you are more likely to see Lord Lucan than one of these. Is it worth storing in case it becomes a more valuable classic?
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