By Tom Brett
7th January 2020


Classic Car Articles and Blogs


Latest Classic Car Articles

We are passionate about the classic car industry we work in, and we are always publishing articles that we hope other classic car enthusiasts will find informative, interesting and sometimes even amusing.

We write weekly articles on anything to do with classic cars e.g. manufacturers, models the industry and owner stories – shown below are all the articles we’ve written over the past few years.

If there’s a topic you want us to cover then why not drop me a line and I’ll see what we can do – contact us.

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How Do I Register an Imported Classic Car in the UK?

Follow Us You may recall that I mentioned a number of “if, buts and maybes” for the process of importing your classic car – well, unsurprisingly the theme continues here! It”s wisest to arrange your insurance as soon as possible, and in most cases this can be set up with your existing insurer, or you […]

MSA Euroclassics Classic Car Tour of Spain and France

Follow Us Over the years, when waiting to board a cross-channel ferry, I have enviously looked at a queue of classic cars en route to the open road of the continent, where they will be greeted by mile after mile (or should that be kilometre after kilometre) of jam-free roads, through historic towns and pretty […]

Is the Bottom About to Fall Out of the Classic Car Market?

Follow Us In recent tough economic times there has been some good financial news for classic car owners.   Recent findings by Historic Automobile Group International (HAGI) concluded that investments in some classic cars grew at 20% during the past year, thus out-performing other investment possibilities.  For example, the price of gold rose by just […]

Why do we drive classic cars in a modern world?

Follow Us Looking through the adverts on Trade Classics for classic cars, it is common to read about a comfortable and spacious interior.  Sounds good, but how comfortable and spacious are classic cars compared to the interiors of modern cars? Of course classic cars cover a multitude of eras and models, but for now we”ll just […]

Classic Car Rescue on Channel 5 | New TV Series

Follow Us I can”t tell you how much I am looking forward to watching the first episode of Classic Car Rescue on Channel 5 on Monday 24th September at 8pm. This new Channel 5 programme will see 6 hour-long episodes in which two classic car experts will restore great classics which have seen better days. […]

Is Skoda a Classic Car Maker?

Follow Us It”s fair to say that Skoda cars have not always been considered ‘desirable’, never mind classic cars. When I was a child, there were jokes which went along the lines of: “What do you call a skip on wheels…..a Skoda!” and the classic one: ‘Why do Skodas have heated back windscreens…..so you can […]

Why do we love the classic VW campervan?

Follow Us Yes it”s true, we all love the VW campervan. It is a real classic – but why? Some of them are not in particularly good condition, yet they still manage to look cool. So is it the vehicle, or is it the image?  Probably a bit of both I think. The history of […]

What are the Tax Rules for Classic Cars?

Follow Us Let”s face it, when you starting thinking about buying a classic car, car tax rules are the last things on your mind. You’re probably thinking make, model, vintage, colour, and probably dreaming about weekend driving on the open road, not a midweek trip to the Post Office! Well I am sorry to say […]

What are the MOT changes for cars 30 years old and over?

Follow Us For me, the MOT is right up there with an appointment at the bank.  Something that I have to do, but would rather not do if I am really honest. So when the government announced their plan to abolish MOTs on vehicles over 30 years old from November 2012, I was generally in […]