Classic Car Mart Winter 2021

Classic Car Mart is the UK’s best selling cars for sale magazine. Whether you’re looking for a project or something to enjoy at weekends, there’s a classic car for you in our busy classified section, boasting 1000s of classic cars and parts for sale. The publication is packed with entertaining and informative features. Aside from the latest news, products, auctions round-up, maintenance advice and show reports, Classic Car Mart also boasts buying guides, road tests, a sprinkling of archive material and nostalgia plus loads of essential advice to buying and running your next classic car. The magazine is well established, using experienced and knowledgeable motoring writers, and continues to be ‘the bible’ for classic car ownership. Covering a wide variety of popular British classics, Classic Car Mart regularly features iconic makes such as Jaguar, Daimler, Triumph, MG, Morris, Austin, TVR, Lotus and many more; ranging from £500 projects to £30,000 dream cars. And for the real aspirational classics, the Prestige sections features dream cars from luxury marques such as Aston Martin, Ferrari, Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Mercedes.

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Kelsey Publishing Group
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2 min
back in the garage

After successive Covid lockdowns saw legions of tinkerers taking to garages and sheds across the nation, I rather thought we were through with crisis-induced garage projects, but the fuel shortage which came and (largely) went while putting this issue to press saw a return of the ‘might as well take it apart while we’re not using it’ philosophy. The subject was a ride-on mower which had apparently started spitting sparks from the cutter deck, something which was traced to a clash between two of the many pulleys, in turn caused by a loose engine mounting. With nobody wanting to be ‘that guy’ pictured filling a jerry can on the evening news, the grass was left to grow while it was dismantled. I’m used to working on machinery of this vintage, but the…

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11 min
plugs&leads

CHECK OUT LOADS MORE NEWS AT WWW.CLASSICSWORLD.CO.UK MORE CLASSIC NEWS IN CLASSIC CAR BUYER ON SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY Have you got a plug or a lead you’d like to promote through Classic Car Mart? These pages can provide valuable FREE publicity for you, your company, your club or your organisation. Send full details to: Plugs & Leads, Classic Car Mart, Kelsey Media, Downs Court, Yalding, Kent ME16 8AL. Or email: news@kelsey.co.uk MoT SAFETY QUESTIONED Fears over unsafe classics on our roads have gathered pace following new data from the DVSA, which has revealed that almost one in five of the cars voluntarily submitted for an MoT test since the beginning of 2019 have initially failed. Back in May 2018 MoT exemption was controversially brought in line with historic vehicle tax (VED), meaning vehicles built more…

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1 min
classic crossword 190

Clues Across 6 The man behind the Alfasud’s design (8) 8 & 20 down Jensen’s FF was equipped with these brakes (4-4) 9 Lancia Beta-based estate (3) 10 4x4 Subaru estates (8) 12 Possibly three-point manoeuvres (5) 13 Volvo S40 cousin from Mitsubishi (7) 15 Hyundai model released in the 1980s (7) 17 _ 530, French sports car (5) 20 Mr Fioravanti, acclaimed Ferrari designer (8) 21 Aston Martin resurrected this nameplate in 2007 (3) 22 _ bottle, the styling of the Vauxhall Viva HB (4) 23 Performance variant of the Saab 9000 (8) Clues Down 1 Targa-top Lamborghini evolved from the Urraco (10) 2 Space _, Mitsubishi people carrier (5) 3 Era of the Triumph Renown (4-3) 4 Luxury Monteverdi SUV (6) 5 Sportages, Prides, etc (4) 7 Ford’s Brooklands 280 Capri was offered only in this colour (5) 11 Supercharger in Mercedes speak (10) 14 _ Wilks, creator of…

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3 min
review: classic car auctions, stoneleigh, september 25

Despite the pandemic putting paid to the Practical Classics Classic Car and Restoration Show earlier this year, the event’s auction element was still able to take place at Stoneleigh Park on September 25. Run by Classic Car Auctions, the sale featured over 100 cars from across the decades, some mild and some considerably more wild. German brands were especially prevalent, with an interesting contrast amongst the Porsches. A 996-generation 911 Carrera 2 from 1997 and a 2003 Carrera 4 looked like bargains at £7770 and £9990 respectively, but older transaxle cars surpassed expectations, with a very tidy 1986 924 S offered without reserve making £9345 and a 1990 944 S2 Convertible selling for £20,535. It was a good day for 1980s BMWs too, with an unrestored, 18,000-mile E30 325i achieving £18,315, a…

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2 min
review: brightwells, september 16

YOU COULD HAVE BOUGHT… Brightwells’ September sale was another of their popular timed online events and as we’ve come to expect, the online bidding was brisk. Especially, it has to be said, when it came to the more unusual lots, of which our favourite was the Honda Integra Type R which commanded a total of £11,486 – significantly higher than a fully loaded Prelude of similar vintage managed. An unusually tidy BMW E36 325tds was one for a BMW fan who was prepared to pay £2968 after fees to own this rarity, while an early Porsche 924 was another unusual sight, ranking up there alongside the Rover 213S. As for more traditional fare, a Mk2 Jaguar looked like good value at £5712 even if it was the 240 model, while a £3248 ’79…

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3 min
review: historics, ascot, september 25

Despite the clamour for fuel causing mayhem in the local district and beyond, Historics’ latest classic sale at Ascot Racecourse on September 25 was still met by a full auction hall and some 1000 visitors across all three viewing days. Pleasingly, the relaxed atmosphere was in complete contrast to many a frenzied garage forecourt, with 165 varied entries for visitors to witness. In any case, the need for petrol won’t be pressing for some of the lots, as restoration projects proved to be exceptionally strong performers. The highlight had to be a 1982 Lamborghini Countach 5000 S in need of a full rebuild, which drew very significant interest and sold for £257,600 – a whopping 43 per cent above its top estimate. In addition, a no-reserve 1936 Bentley Saloon by Hooper…

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