The latest issue of Classic Car Weekly is in all good shops now! Our Fuzz is sometimes found leafing through the classifieds in search of that fabled motor - a working Lancia. This week's issue can prevent Michael Caine from turning up at your door with a shotgun demanding an empire biscuit, dressed as a clown.*
*Is Michael Caine at your door? See...it's already working...
Here's what to look forward to this week:
'430 CARS MUST BE SOLD AT AUCTION' - Italian taxman to sell off seized collection worth £50 million +
'TOO MUCH TOO YOUNG?' - Under-25s struggle to get classic cover, but insurers say 'phone us, don't get online quotes'.
MG's history stays safe at Longbridge.
BMW M6 vs Jaguar XJS - BMW and Jaguar head-to-head. Which is the best 140mph GT for £15,000? It's the Brits against the Germans, again, in a complete power trip.
Five Trials: The GS Lotus - Europa's sexy new body. Just because the Europe isn't quite attractive enough...
Buying Guide - Taxi! How to bag a belter of a London Taxi for you to rate.
Calum Brown takes the £500 Ford Puma off-road in a weird Scottish ritual for punishing cars that are truly dreadful.
Nick Larkin pays a visit to the Footman James Sywell Classic: Pistons & props.
Our Classics - David Simister takes his MGB on a B-road blast after buying the world's most boring car as his daily, David Brown selects his Rover 200 BRM for the commute and gives it a new set of boots while Keith Adams finally bids farewell to his Lancia Delta Integrale.
Fuzz Townshend tells you all you need to know about Flywheels, and explains why classic owners are likely to be the last to experience this trusty but endangered bit of motoring tech.
MODS & Consequences - How to fiddle with Land Rover's finest; the mighty Defender.
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!