This is IMO market correct. The car has been offered around the market for a few years, it has a poor history including being involved in a fatal accident, and is rumoured to not be in great condition. It may signal a needed correction in the classic car market but we'll see. » 8/14/14 10:12pm 8/14/14 10:12pm

Aston may sit alongside Mercedes AMG GT and CL now, but it has space to sit above the Mercedes brand and take on Ferrari and Lamborghini, which as good as the products were (or weren't) the SLS and SLR struggled to do as they were considered too expensive for the brand. » 8/07/14 9:49am 8/07/14 9:49am

If the majority of their board was based in the UK then they would not have a problem. It's a bizarre bit of international tax law that deems that a company is deemed to be based where the majority of it's board members are resident. not where the revenues are generated. » 8/06/14 9:19am 8/06/14 9:19am

Depends on where I'm going, but most long distance trips usually involve going to France (from the UK). For this I pack the mandatory items for France, warning triangle, hi-vis vests for all occupants, light blank off kit, disposable breathalysers, spare bulb kit. If I'm taking the Daytona I tend to also carry a few… » 8/04/14 11:56am 8/04/14 11:56am

Good list - not sure I agree with the X100 version of the XKR though. Can't see much appreciation in them for the foreseeable as the later X150 XK and now F Type are much more desirable and will always hold values of the X100 back. Great cars though. » 8/04/14 10:31am 8/04/14 10:31am

308s are relatively simple to maintain and the engine are as robust as a similar era 911. In terms of performance it depends which version you go for. The early carburettor and final QV cars are plenty quick enough, but the 80-82 8 valve injected cars are slow. In all cases the European models (of which there are… » 8/02/14 3:18am 8/02/14 3:18am