Practical Classics magazine has a 30-year tradition of delivering the very best, hands-on classic car experiences to its readers. Every staff writer and contributor works on and restores their own classics. Each issue is packed with: * Rigorous buying advice * Real-world product tests * Inspirational classic driving features * Fascinating historical insight Practical Classics is also a campaigning title, taking the concerns of classic car owners to Parliament and keeping its readers' classics where they belong - on the road. So come and join PC in the workshop - the kettle's on.
WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP
Bye bye boxy
Farewell to design legend
North East Restoration Club self-help • Blythe-based charity members support each other
MG celebrates 100 years at Beaulieu • Great British marque to celebrate centenary at NMM
Beaulieu or Bust 2023 • Team PC heads to rust heaven in three magnificent takes on a camping theme
Missed chances and poor politics
FIVE ALIVE • This future of this car was looking bleak, until resto hero Gary Needs took on the challenge
ROVER REBORN • Gareth Whiting's P5B has evolved somewhat since its Nineties revival
Super mini skirmish • The Metro had its own way until 1983, when it faced the biggest challenge of its life
Mile-munching Moggie • Hubert Fingerle dreamt of owning a British classic in Germany, but first he had to drive it there
Sending a Swede to Greece • Rupert Holmes only paid £800 for his Saab, but it’s still devouring huge trips around Europe
A continental Jag cruise • Stuart Dodman wanted to visit Münster’s tank museum, and he happened to have just the vehicle for the job
THE CLAY WAY • Paul Clay’s son decided to visit AA phone boxes – all of them
A Model A through Motown • Guy Loveridge rediscovers Detroit from the best seat in the house
Scots to the Arctic • Alan, Stephen and Archie take a Volvo 240 home and back!
CHRIS GOFFEY • We stop by for a chat with the legendary motoring journalist, programme maker and longest serving presenter of Top Gear
‘The Six-Eighty is my all-time favourite’ • A great new book has really got Nick thinking
RUST IN PEACE • It’s all about the brambles and bushes of the USA this month!
Bittersweet • Mixed fortunes of the market at H&H sale
AUSTIN ALLEGRO • The time has come to take this little car seriously, says James Walshe
THE BEST BRITS • Which of these legends marks our finest hour?
AUDI’S WONDER WAGON • Under the radar estate with supercar performance
VAUXHALL VX220 • 2000-2005 This is one of the greatest griffins of them all, reckons James Walshe
It’s a Civic duty • Danny takes his finished project on its maiden voyage to FOTU
‘Maybe it's time to reset your classic blinkers’
Vehicle Wirin Products
Quiet please! • Danny and Jon fit some CTK sound deadening ready for the long haul east to Latitude festival
Chevron nuts • On the snail trail of the Citroën bug in Wales
Advertisement • Matt turns his attention to subtle lighting on his Austin Seven
In search of stability • Nigel firms up the rear end of his GT6
An international affair all round • Kirsten introduces an exotic new purchase…
Align in the sand • A year on from its front-end faux pas, JJ’s S124 has been dispensing daily drives with distinction
Let the graft begin! • ‘Grasshopper’ receives long-overdue bodywork
Travelling down the mountain… • Andy’s Minor project is...