25th June 2020
The Nissan Pao was one of the four Pike Factory cars produced by Nissan in the late 1980s and early 90s. PetrolBlog has seen one and now it wants one.
9th June 2020
Bruce Jamieson spent two months on holiday in South America. While he was there, he spotted an abundance of French tat in Argentina. Here are his pictures.
28th May 2020
Ben Hooper is selling his 1994 Rover 220 GSi. It comes with its original Rover dealer sticker and number plates, plus a Green Flag window sticker. Fancy.
22nd May 2020
Our man remembers the time his father borrowed an Alfa Romeo 164 Cloverleaf for 24 hours. It's the stuff dreams are made of, but it wasn't to be.
11th May 2020
There's a Toyota Sera for sale on eBay for £5,000, which seems like a small price to pay to go maximum ‘peacock’. But is it possible to look cool in a Sera?
7th May 2020
PetrolBlog stumbles across some glamorous press photos of the Mitsubishi Carisma and starts to reminisce about the fantastic TWR Design concept of 1995.
6th May 2020
Herbert Schafer had visions of the Corrado looking more like a shooting brake, while some at VW wanted to see pop-up headlights. Wolfsburg's Aerodeck?
4th May 2020
The Proton Coupe launched in the UK in 1997, around the same time as the Ford Puma. In this respect, it never stood a chance, but it had other issues, too.
28th April 2020
Seat unveiled the Marbella Playa at the 1991 Frankfurt Motor Show. It's one of the most 90s concept cars you're ever likely to see. Because lifestyle, innit
15th April 2020
In 2003, this head of a computer firm rolled the dice by purchasing NINE Renault Avantimes. Somebody give the man a drink to go with his brave pills.
14th April 2020
In the year 2000, Daihatsu offered no fewer than eight different model lines in the UK, including the Move, Grand Move, Sirion and Fourtrak.
8th April 2020
The Nissan Almera Tino mini-MPV won't encourage many somersaults or fist pumps, but you're free to call it a ‘fat Nissan Almera’ if you like.