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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?
Is the Saab 9-3 a future classic?
Looking for potential classic with a budget of only £4000. Any suggestions?
I have recently bought a 2002 Jaguar X-Type 3.0 with 110,000 miles on the clock at a reasonable price. I now need to replace the front and rear suspension at a cost of £1500. Will this be a wise investment...
I have an immaculate 1998 Toyota RAV4 and I'm wondering if you think it will ever attain Classic status, especially as Toyota claim it was the first SUV?
I've recently become in need of an automatic car due to a health problem. I was going to purchase a used Nissan Micra, however, I have also been offered a family member's 1993 Rover 416 GSi automatic for...
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