Here a Prestige Classics we read with interest Mike Thorne’s (of Classic and Sports Car magazine fame) test drive of the BMW M635CSi that recently was purchased for a jaw dropping £100k. Especially as we have one but not at that kind of money but if you are , 18th Earl of Pembroke with great taste and great resources ..why not? This comment however ticked our box “Yes, but I didn’t buy it as a museum piece,” replies its new owner. “I’ll be using it just as the factory intended”. We agree these cars are for enjoying as well as polishing Furthermore we also conclude It’s an addictive machine that blends traditional thrills with modern-day ability; spend any length of time in it and it’s guaranteed to leave you wanting one of your own. If this shark floats you boat why not get in touch.
Buying a classic car is buying into a way of life. These cars are interesting with quirks that have come with their age. This is the beauty of them, however, there are some careful considerations you should make when buying a classic car. Driving a classic car and maintaining a classic car are part of the pleasure of it. This visceral and engaging experience of owning a classic car is irrestistble, but should also be acquired properly. Why you want a classic car Classic cars often have a sentimental hold on the buyer. Discovering a car you’ve always wanted since your childhood and being able to own it is no easy feat. However, like any car, a classic car has a purpose. A classic car must also fit for this purpose. Will you want to take the car out on long excursions, how many people would need to fit etc. In this respect, buying a classic car is just like buying any other car. Is this car going to be for all-round use? This would result in frequent maintenance. The maintenance of a classic car With age, all cars will deteriorate naturally. When in your possession, you want to reduce […]