Owning a Classic car can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling experience, however get it wrong and that dream can soon turn into an expensive nightmare. We try our utmost to find the best vehicles from careful owners, then prepare and inspect them thoroughly, but you must understand that as with any ‘old’ car however good, there is the possibility of a small niggle or two, which we in the classic car world tend to call inherent characteristics.

Please do not misunderstand us, We are not saying that old cars break down regularly, quite the opposite actually, We’ve been driving older cars for many many years now, and found them to be extremely reliable and when they do go wrong are much simpler to repair than today’s ‘modern’ cars! Some people understandably have rather romantic, somewhat blinkered ideas about owning a classic car, especially if they’ve become used to the clinical, sanitised and boring nature of today’s faceless modern cars. In reality owning a classic can sometimes initially prove to be somewhat of a disappointment for them, especially if their ears are tuned to listen for every squeak and rattle, but with most, given time and a more relaxed attitude to niggles, many accept that these are simply characteristics, which further adhere you to the vehicle.

We point out to all our customers, especially those embarking on their first classic purchase that you’ve got to understand this, and once you accept these “characteristics” you’ll never want to drive or own a modern car again, especially when you discover that instead of depreciation, your classic vehicle can actually appreciate!

As such, We specialise in classics from the 60’s 70’s, 80’s & early 90’s, as well as other specialist marques or obscure cars from the same period, due to the unimpeachable build quality of these marques at that period in time, particular cars from this period were grossly over engineered, and as a result, even today prove ultra reliable within their own realms of capability.

We are also great fans of iconic British Sports cars. We Brits invented the two seater roadster, now very well copied by the Japanese, but when it comes to a proper “blokes” oil and spanners car, you can’t beat the likes of Rover, MG, Triumph, Austin, Jaguar or TVR!

So in summary, what we are saying is before you part with your hard earned cash, are you sure you understand what owning a Classic car entails? We are certainly not here to deceive anybody, and at the end of the day, we really like to know our customers are happy and genuinely satisfied with their purchase!