The next generation have exciting used cars to look forward to – or do they?

The first car I bought was a red 1990 BMW E30 318is for £1800. It had done 170,000 miles, was a little scruffy round the edges and the sills had seen better days. Call it rose tinted glasses but I loved that car; retro 80s styling, perfect front-engine rear-wheel-drive layout and being utterly simplistic made it…

Part 1: Scrapyard investments; what next for the classic car market?

Part 1: My 1984 Ford Capri 2.8i goes away to undergo the beginnings of a restoration on September 22nd. Only a few years ago it would have been unthinkable for someone to spend real, hard-earned money ‘restoring’ a Capri; the car still tainted by the Dell Boy ‘pratmobile’ image and destined for scrapyard extinction. Now…