The latest issue of Classic Car Weekly is in all good shops now (and probably some bad ones too). Our Fuzz an be found drawing moustaches on most of the team's faces throughout his copy. This week's issue can avert the council from demolishing your house for a new by-pass, seconds before the earth is destroyed by Vogons.*
Here's what to look forward to this week:
Why the classic trade is worried that Capital Gains Tax will be brought in on the cars you love.
40 years of the Rover SD1 - serial owner Keith Adams on why it's such a brilliant car. If you disagree, we'll send Rita, Sue and Bob round to your door. You have been warned.
Looking to rehome a cat? How to save a small fortune on a Jaguar E-type by buying one from abroad.
The best cars from The Manchester Classic Car Show.
Top tips for buying a Humber Super Snipe.
Behind the wheel of the sales rep's fantasy car of the 1980s - the Vauxhall Cavalier Calibre. And, boy, is it something special.
How to put some Goodwood Revival racing know-how into your Austin A30 or A35
Our Classics - Alex Riley spills the beans about his Triumph TR7, Richard Gunn puts gives his Saab 900 something extra and a certain Range Rover P38 is back terrorising our Web Producer.
PLUS Why traders reckon the bottom's fallen out of the classic car brochure and magazine market, how you can drift a Jaguar MkVII on ice, 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!