There are reasons older cars can be great, but can they rival their more modern counterparts?
There are a few people around the car business who don’t like old cars.
Partly because, they say, they like progress, and things that are new are obviously going to be superior to things that are old. But partly because, they say, new cars feel tight and rigid and precise, and old cars all feel the same: baggy and soft.
Now, I don’t buy into that theory, because many old cars are brilliant. But I do have a hint of understanding – if not sympathy – with …read more