With the sun shining we took another trip up to Anlgia for their August Classic Car Auction, after a quick refuel to our stomachs we got stuck into the eclectic selection of classics that they had to offer...
The death of another great British brand? The end of an era? Only time will tell us the answer to both of those questions, but it is most definitely the start of new chapter for Morgan as the Morgan family sell the iconic business.
We readily admit we’ve no idea what the collective noun for a group of MG’s is. A Magnificence, maybe? Who knows? What we do know, is MG’s are the backbone of the classic car scene. When a delivery mileage only MG comes along, we sit up. When two come along, we jump up. When three come along….well, we almost fell down.
We are well and truly in to 2019 now. It’s time we looked back at 2018 and in doing so made a few predictions. Here goes. Don’t judge us!
2017 started well for the classic car market, with most vehicles continuing to noticeably climb. There was no clear sign of any slow down or the much discussed potential knock-on effect of the Brexit referendum uncertainties in the first quarter.
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