Take a drive back in time

The popular perception of the average classic car owner is that of a socially dysfunctional middle-aged man who chooses to fritter away his time and money on nostalgia, while the rest of us get on with the business of living.

11th December, 2004

The popular perception of the average classic car owner is that of a socially dysfunctional middle-aged man who chooses to fritter away his time and money on nostalgia, while the rest of us get on with the business of living.

The other archetype is of the crazed multimillionaire who fills his underground garage with gleaming chrome that he never actually drives. To a certain extent, both are true.

However, more and more young people -...

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