With today's spare parts availability, mechanical problems on a Triumph TR6 are relatively easy to repair. We at Dandy Classics have many Triumph TR6 parts in stock. Thanks to workshop manuals and various internet forums, even unexperienced mechanics can already perform many basic repairs themselves. But what are the most common weaknesses you should pay […]
Which petrol should I use in my classic car? Customers regularly ask us for advise on the best fuel for their classic car. Because the answer is longer than the question, we wanted to share this information with other classic car enthusiasts. Many older gasoline engines have been developed to run on leaded petrol with […]
New arrival: 1963 Austin Mini Cooper Mk1. This is a basket case project with lots of potential: matching numbers, mostly complete and an attractive colour combination. Interesting car for a high quality restoration.More information...
Jaguar's luxury sports GT has finally stepped out of the shadows of the legendary E-type. Classic car enthusiasts are starting to appreciate its distinct looks and character. The car that we recently added to our collection has only covered slightly more than 25.000 mls since new. After almost 30 years, it needs attention to […]
2 new project cars came in this week. Both of these TR3A Triumphs came out of the same barn in Ohio, where they were stored for decades. Currently looking for new owners, who have what it takes to take these cars back to former glory. More information on the 1959 Triumph (yellow car) can […]