I haven’t featured one of these for a while, but this 1972 Fiat 500 L Lusso car on eBay is a beauty and deserves the spotlight. Read more
Now, this is the dream. Owning one of these 1950s Alfa Romeo space-age BAT concept cars. You can if you have the money. Read more
No, this isn’t a well-maintained or restored vehicle. This is the return of the 1940s Morris J-Type van with electric power. Read more
The Renault e-Plein Air is the perfect summer runaround. Just as long as the rain isn’t even a slight possibility. Read more
Fancy going green but don’t want to compromise on style? You really need to check out the electric classic cars at Retro-EV. Read more
Ever dreamt of owning a Porsche Speedster, a Mercedes 300SL, a Jaguar E-Type or a vintage Jeep? Well, that dream might be a little nearer with Pocket Classics.
From the name, you might expect these to be toy cars for your desk. Oh no – these are working replicas of classic cars, but at half scale. Take your pick from the four models mentioned above (none of them branded for legal reasons), each one faithfully recreated with a composite GRP body shell, steel chassis, twin rear hydraulic disk brakes, and semi automatic gearbox. There's also working headlights, indicators and horn, with a top speed of 46mph.
All cars are built to order, but it's worth noting that they are toys. So not road legal. Which means the £9,995 price of each one will undoubtedly make it the most expensive toy you ever buy. See the website for images of the other models on offer.