Buying Guide : Princess/Ambassador

The Princess is one of those iconic cars that was ahead of the opposition, but really only became recognised in the last few years, once it slipped under the classic car umbrella. Keith Adams updates our quick run-down on what you should look for when buying yourself a nice family-sized slice of wedge. […]


Blog : I am ‘er indoors…

A petrolhead’s wife tells us what it’s like to live in the shadow of constant vehicular ‘fernerkling’. The good news is – she’s happy and contented, even with those oil stained teatowels and the dishwasher full of car parts! […]


Blog : BL – 50 Shades of Beige

The recent report on the Stanford Hall Mini show resulted in a debate on what constitutes British Leyland beige. The owners of one particular MkIII Mini insisted it was Harvest Gold. Well that is probably what BLMC officially called it. […]

Leyland Australia

Minis overseas : Australian Mokes (2015 update)

Once it became clear the Moke was never going to cut in in serious military use, its future seemed to be tied into sunnier climes…

Park Paget updates his original story of its Australian afterlife – this is the most detailed description you’ll find about these cars, anywhere… […]

Car Reviews

First Drives : SMMT Autumn Round-up

The SMMT South Test Day was one of the last of the UK-based automotive press and media functions of the year. Mike Humble took the opportunity to sample some of the latest British-built models to have reached the showrooms in recent months. […]