There are some great cars in our latest issue! Here's what to watch out for in this week's pages:
Your chance to buy not one, but two delivery mileage, unused MGBs - the amazing story of two Abingdon classics coming up for auction at the NEC classic motor show next month
Triumph Dolomite Sprint vs Saab 99 Turbo - is Canley's 16-valve performance hit a better buy than Sweden's turbocharged pioneer?
The latest classic news from the FBHVC's annual conference - and how it affects the car you're currently running
Jon Culshaw speaks to CCW about his love of Ford Cortina MkIIIs (and the two he's just put up for sale) - and tells us about what happened when he managed to sneak one past the BBC's security staff!
Top tips for buying a Toyota MR2 MkII - how to get supercar looks (and some very cool pop-up headlights) from a grand upwards
650 miles in a Land Rover Series IIA that's leaking oil - will our 49-year-old classic be able to make it from Norfolk to the Isle of Harris?
Ford Prefect driven - why we rate this sidevalve-engined family favourite as a great bit of affordable classic fun
How to upgrade the Aston Martin DB7 (without ruining it) - seven smart improvement tips from the marque experts
John Thaw in a Jensen Interceptor! Some 1990s TV nostalgia in The Way We Were
PLUS all the latest classic car news, auction updates, details of the latest events, four more classic cars that you can buy driven (including a Standard Vanguard our features editor completely fell in love with) and hundreds of cars in our classified ads - make sure you don't miss out on your copy of Classic Car Weekly!