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I may not have been driving a
particularly classic example of
Coventry’s most famous marque
for Chris Evans’ Classic Car Day
(I was piloting our X300 XJ6) but I
did spend at least part of the working day
behind the wheel of the TR7 featured in
this issue and a very informative session it
was too. I’ve tried so many TR7 V8s over
the years that it’s easy to forget just how
enjoyable the standard car is.
A few days later courtesy of Cherished
Classics I found myself behind the wheel of
an superbly original Hillman Imp Californian,
the fastback styled model. Much like the
TR7, it was a fascinating illustration of
how popular opinion can sway one’s own
perception. The Imp’s taken more than its
fair share of criticism over the years but a
well set-up original example like this shows
just what fun they could be.
Both TR7 and Imp are perfect examples
of how you don’t have to be wealthy
to enjoy messing about with old cars,
something which this month’s MGB price
comparison illustrates perfectly: yes, you
can spend up to £30k on an MGB but you
can also spend less than a tenth of that
sum and still enjoy the world of classic
cars behind the wheel of a rubber bumpered
GT. Which in turn explains
why we picked the enduring B as
one of our ideal starter classics.
As a trip to my local Jaguar dealer
for a simple air conditioning drive
belt proved this week, the parts
availability for classics like the
MGB is better than even some
brand new cars.
On the subject of Jaguar, this
month’s buying guide delves into
the subject of buying a car which
may be priced alongside some of
our starter classics but is definitely not one
for the novice: the ’80s XJ40 saloons. Once
again popular myth and rumour suggests
they’re pretty much the worst old car you
could ever invest in but talk to owners and
specialists and they’ll tell you that a good
one with proper maintenance behind it
will be a great buy for really very little and
generally a very enjoyable classic cruiser.
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Vol.20 No.7 MGB: The Price Gap I may not have been driving a particularly classic example of Coventry’s most famous marque for Chris Evans’ Classic Car Day (I was piloting our X300 XJ6) but I did spend at least part of the working day behind the wheel of the TR7 featured in this issue and a very informative session it was too. I’ve tried so many TR7 V8s over the years that it’s easy to forget just how enjoyable the standard car is. A few days later courtesy of Cherished Classics I found myself behind the wheel of an superbly original Hillman Imp Californian, the fastback styled model. Much like the TR7, it was a fascinating illustration of how popular opinion can sway one’s own perception. The Imp’s taken more than its fair share of criticism over the years but a well set-up original example like this shows just what fun they could be. Both TR7 and Imp are perfect examples of how you don’t have to be wealthy to enjoy messing about with old cars, something which this month’s MGB price comparison illustrates perfectly: yes, you can spend up to £30k on an MGB but you can also spend less than a tenth of that sum and still enjoy the world of classic cars behind the wheel of a rubber bumpered GT. Which in turn explains why we picked the enduring B as one of our ideal starter classics. As a trip to my local Jaguar dealer for a simple air conditioning drive belt proved this week, the parts availability for classics like the MGB is better than even some brand new cars. On the subject of Jaguar, this month’s buying guide delves into the subject of buying a car which may be priced alongside some of our starter classics but is definitely not one for the novice: the ’80s XJ40 saloons. Once again popular myth and rumour suggests they’re pretty much the worst old car you could ever invest in but talk to owners and specialists and they’ll tell you that a good one with proper maintenance behind it will be a great buy for really very little and generally a very enjoyable classic cruiser.


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I may not have been driving a
particularly classic example of
Coventry’s most famous marque
for Chris Evans’ Classic Car Day
(I was piloting our X300 XJ6) but I
did spend at least part of the working day
behind the wheel of the TR7 featured in
this issue and a very informative session it
was too. I’ve tried so many TR7 V8s over
the years that it’s easy to forget just how
enjoyable the standard car is.
A few days later courtesy of Cherished
Classics I found myself behind the wheel of
an superbly original Hillman Imp Californian,
the fastback styled model. Much like the
TR7, it was a fascinating illustration of
how popular opinion can sway one’s own
perception. The Imp’s taken more than its
fair share of criticism over the years but a
well set-up original example like this shows
just what fun they could be.
Both TR7 and Imp are perfect examples
of how you don’t have to be wealthy
to enjoy messing about with old cars,
something which this month’s MGB price
comparison illustrates perfectly: yes, you
can spend up to £30k on an MGB but you
can also spend less than a tenth of that
sum and still enjoy the world of classic
cars behind the wheel of a rubber bumpered
GT. Which in turn explains
why we picked the enduring B as
one of our ideal starter classics.
As a trip to my local Jaguar dealer
for a simple air conditioning drive
belt proved this week, the parts
availability for classics like the
MGB is better than even some
brand new cars.
On the subject of Jaguar, this
month’s buying guide delves into
the subject of buying a car which
may be priced alongside some of
our starter classics but is definitely not one
for the novice: the ’80s XJ40 saloons. Once
again popular myth and rumour suggests
they’re pretty much the worst old car you
could ever invest in but talk to owners and
specialists and they’ll tell you that a good
one with proper maintenance behind it
will be a great buy for really very little and
generally a very enjoyable classic cruiser.
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