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Top Tax Free Classic Cars

22/09/2016

Moore 4 Motors are a big fan of classic cars if you couldn’t already tell! We specialise in restoring classic kit cars and have a wide range of parts available for them. Check out the best tax-free classic cars to save you some money!

Classic cars can be an expensive habit, but they are well worth it when you consider the immense joy you feel when you are behind the wheel. With more and more tax-free cars becoming available every year, they’re becoming a popular purchase. Moore 4 Motors have restored a variety of classic cars; you can take a look at the vehicles we have restored on our restorations page!

Here is a list of the top tax-free classic cars:

Ferrari 308 GTB - This curvaceous new Italian of 1975 went on to become one of the most iconic designs of the ’70s

BMW 3-series – BMW’s biggest success story, these days it’s still one of the most successful saloons around the world

Lancia Beta HPE - The HPE was a welcome new addition to Europe’s ‘grand tourer’ market.

Jaguar XJ-S - Evolved into a great classic car, stylish and successful

British Leyland 18-22 series - Was available in Austin, Morris and Wolseley guises

Ford Escort MKII – Like the original Escort, it was a successful rally car

Chrysler Alpine - Chrysler’s first true ‘Euro car’, being built in France, Spain and the UK eventually

VW Polo MKI - The best-quality small hatch of its time

Rolls Royce Camargue - Britain's most expensive car at £29,250 at its launch in the 1970’s.

Vauxhall Chevette – The rear wheel drive Chevette was one of the UK’s best-selling hatchbacks in 1975

Renault 20 & 30 – Extremely rare to find in the UK

Porsche 911 Turbo – The world’s fastest production car at the time

Vauxhall Cavalier - Launched in 1975 to take on the highly popular Ford Cortina

Peugeot 604 – Peugeot’s first large luxury saloon

Volvo 66 - The Volvo 66 was a very refined and comfortable small car and continued in production as late as 1980

Moore 4 Motors can undertake in all aspects of Classic car and Kitcar restoration from the dawn of motoring to the 1980's. All jobs are considered from M.O.T welding to shell changes as well as full resprays and mechanical work. For more information on what we have to offer and any enquiries please fill in our contact us form or call us on 01562 710533.

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