The latest issue of Classic Car Weekly is in all good shops now! Our Fuzz is dressing up as David Simister for halloween this year. This week's issue could save you the indignity of having to fight Alex Salmond, bare chested, while carrying an eight-pound baby, for access to the local Tesco.
*You owe us.
Here's what to look forward to this week:
'CLASSIC CAR OWNERSHIP IS BOOMING!' - FBHVC survey reveals there are more than half a million historic cars in the UK - an increase of 87,500 in the past five years.
Triumph GT6 - Celebrating 50 years of the GT6, we tell the surprising story of the baby E-type's birth.
Five Trials: We look at the Jowett Jupiter - a car that did things its own way.
Buying Guide - Why you should buy a Scimitar SS1 - brilliant to drive, and available from only £1k!
£500 Challenge - David Simister takes the MG ZR for his favourite thing - a B-road blast - but sadly doesn't return with any cheese this time. Instead, he explores the mechanicals and explains why this is pure MG.
Fuzz Townshend - The motorway era needed an aid to cruising - and it arrived with the overdrive. CCW's master mechanic explains everything you need to know.
Our Classics - Calum Brown spills the beans on his Range Rover P38's behaviour during the LRO Show - it involved a fair amount of swearing and tools on the day,not to mention drawing a crowd - James Taylor gets his Rover 75 (P4) out on the road after a summer in the garage and Richard Barnett continues to try his best and convince us that his 1999 Jaguar S-type is a true classic car.
Trading Up - The Citroën CX is sold! But to whom...?
Buying Abroad - Theo Ford-Sagers explores the prospect of purchasing a Triumph TR2/3/3A from abroad.
MODS & Consequences - David Brown explains how to make a best seller even better. Tune your Volkswagen Golf MkII!
PLUS Richard Barnett's take on the current market for buying and selling, four more cars for sale tested and more than 1000 cars in our classifieds just waiting to be snapped up - make sure you pick up your copy of CCW!