Sam Skelton thinks that in trying to be cool, society is looking backwards.
Too many classics can indeed spoil the broth, thinks our man Skelton.
Why do we name our classics? Sam Skelton’s not sure.
Sam Skelton asks why we never favour the automotive also-rans – the true heroes of the unexceptional.
Tomorrow’s Unexceptional classics are great fun today, if you’re as addicted to fleet-building as our man Skelton.
There’s something about an old car that stops us from admitting defeat. Skelton reckons it’s love.
We underestimate the value of ignition keys. But we’ll miss them when they’re gone.
Sam Skelton swoons over Citroen’s CX, and wonders why we’ve become technologically regressive.
Our man Skelton doesn’t understand the irony of trailering a classic to shows. But then, have you seen his Rover?
Sam Skelton tells us why it’s the little things that count.