The new issue of Classic Car Weekly - 31 August 2016 - is on sale now in all-good newsagents and available for digital download! Fuzz Townshend uses his copy of CCW as a hat. Also, this week’s issue asks ‘Why is Norfolk stock piling nuclear weapons?’*
*You won’t like the answer.
‘DVLA URGED TO VET ALL BARN FINDS’ - A surge in the number of logbook applications leads experts to call for tougher identity checks.
‘It’s NOT ok to lie on claim forms!’ - Insurers say recent High Court ruling is irrelevant.
Star Buys For The Goodwood Revival - Team CCW select great 1960s cars for less than £10k. A Land Rover strangely makes the list. As does Nick Larkin in drag.
Mods & Consequences - How to upgrade your Mercede-Benz W123 so it actually moves.
Buying Abroad: Porsche 911 - How to nab a special 911 before someone else does. American police number pun avoided.
£500 Challenge - Simister takes the Mercedes for a 500-mile B-road blast, Larkin puts his MG together again and the Puma faces off against a Ford Capri.
Five Trials - Why the Peugeot 205 GTI still turns heads and sceptics after more than 30 years on the road.
Buying Guide - Forget about the Olympics, we outline why the best Javelin to have is a Jowett.
Our Classics - Simister puts down the driving gloves to slip on a ring and ropes in some beauties (sadly, he means cars and not bridesmaids) to help with wedding logistics, while Keith introduces us to his freshly acquired Vauxhall Calibra and Calum waves goodbye to his tuned Saab 9000.
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!