Anyone for a classic car (or 2 or 3)?

Nice collection but moving them out will be a nightmare - they might have driven into the warehouse uner their own power but if some have been there 30 years or more it isn’t just going to be a question of hopping in and turning the key (assuming it is with the vehicle).

Even a car there for 5 years or so will need the old, degraded, petrol flushing through and a fresh battery as an absolute minimum.

The best time to buy a classic is when some other poor sap has spent three times what he expected on restoring it.

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An alternative strategy is to buy a future classic: