The new issue of Classic Car Weekly - 24 August 2016 - is on sale now in all-good newsagents and available for digital download! Fuzz Townshend keeps a copy in every room of his house for emergencies. Also, this week’s issue could prevent Cornwall declaring war on the town of Bell End, Worcestershire.*
*We are of course joking. Cornwall doesn’t exist.
‘200 CLASSICS DAMAGED IN DEALER FIRE’- Classic car restoration business A and F Classics struck by inferno causing £3m of damage to stock and buildings.
‘They Could Break Your Classic’: FBHVC on fans who make their own trackers.
Mercedes-Benz Game-Changers- Ten greats from 130 years.
Mods & Consequences - How to turn your Vauxhall Nova into a something a bit more special…
How Stuff Works - Fuzz explains how our brakes function.
Buying Abroad: Jaguar XJ- Grab one untouched by British rain!
£500 Challenge - The CCW Ford Puma continues to be a royal pain in the rear. This week it breaks up in Kent…
Five Trials - Why the Plus-2 Lotus Elan loves alfresco fun on B-road Britain.
Buying Guide - Raising your Standard with a Standard 8. (No, it’s not an Austin.)
Our Classics - Simister get’s his father’s Range Rover out for a pre-wedding B-road blast, Calum tries to prove that you can buy a car for less than a train ticket and still beat public transport while Murray get’s to grip with a load of gadgets for his MX-5.
PLUS all the latest news, market advice, four more cars for sale tested, and more than 1000 classics to choose from in our classifieds – make sure you pick up your copy of CCW!