2nd August 2016
Finally, work has started on restoring PetrolBlog's Citroën AX GT to former glory. There's a long way to go, but with a strong wind she might rise again.
11th May 2016
Nice pear? According to a 1983 review in the Motorists Guide, the Renault 14 was 'quite a nice car', but one that was unlikely impress the neighbours.
12th April 2016
After an absence of seven years, the Volkswagen Corrado VR6 has returned to the PetrolBlog fold. This time, it's for good.
21st March 2016
She's been in winter storage for six months and it's fair to say she didn't enjoy the experience. A few problems later and the Honda Accord is home. Just.
17th March 2016
Twenty years ago, when you advertised a car for sale in the Auto Trader, Mandy would arrive in her topless Vauxhall Cavalier.
28th January 2016
It's generally accepted that the P1800 is the sexiest Volvo ever made. But PetrolBlog begs to differ. Step forward the glorious Volvo 780 coupe.
26th January 2016
From a 1961 Citroën 2CV Sahara to a 2007 Citroën C6, we list 10 cars most likely to appeal when part of the Trigano collection is auctioned at Retromobile.
7th January 2016
Would you buy an Audi 80 GLE without driving it first and having only viewed it in the dark and rain? PetrolBlog did and lived to regret it.
5th January 2016
Line up your cheese footballs and don your party hats, because the Renault 5 Gordini – or more specifically, the Renault 5 Alpine – is turning 40 […]
21st October 2015
My nine-year-old self was in his element when I finally got the chance to drive an MG Maestro 1600. Was it worth the 30-year wait? You bet it was.
15th October 2015
Wait, what? PetrolBlog has actually bought a socially-acceptable classic car? Introducing the Mercedes-Benz W123. It's very gold.
22nd September 2015
Daniel Bevis spends a week with a Honda Jazz Si to find out if it's the modern equivalent of the Citroën AX GT.