Nostalgia in bucket loads when you drive one of our classic cars! Whether bringing back memories of years gone by, or giving you a taste of what driving used to be like, these classic car experiences in a Morris Minor, a Vauxhall VX4/90 or an Austin 7 are loved by all ages.
Our fleet of classic cars travels to selected venues around the country. These currently include :
Bicester Heritage - Bicester
Stoneleigh Park Estate - near Coventry
British Motor Museum - Gaydon, near Royal Leamington Spa
Classic car driving experiences are offered on selected weekend dates throughout the year, including school holidays and Bank Holidays too.
Book the experience directly with us now, or buy a gift voucher. The vouchers are valid for all three classic vehicles. Simply choose the one you want to drive and then redeem your voucher for the time and date you’d like to book.
Old-school classic cars are just so cool. What they lack in modern driver aids and gadgets, they make up for in pure charm. And they are just great fun to drive.
We are offering 15-minute drives in your pick from our carefully curated collection of classic cars. You’ll be accompanied by a professional driving instructor who’ll help you get the most out of your time behind the wheel of your chosen vintage motor.
No driving licence is needed, as all drives are on private land. That means anyone between the ages of 10 and 100 years can enjoy a classic drive with us!
This loveable two-seater baby Austin may be an unlikely sports car, but it’s a proper little hero! They love being driven with a certain gusto and respond with sharp handling - and it’s really rather nippy too.
First built in 1934 as a saloon, our Austin underwent an Ulster transformation in the 1960s to transform it into the sporty two seater you see today, complete with aluminium chassis.
Affectionately known as the ‘Moggie’, a drive in this classic convertible Morris Minor is always fun! Our delightful Old English White Morris is a Tourer, which means if the sun’s out you can drive with the top down.
Over 1.6million of these distinctive little cars rolled off the production lines between 1948 and 1972. Designed by a certain Alec Issigonis ( who went on to create the Mini), the loveable Moggie was a hit in all its forms. It was the first British car to pass the one million sales bar.
Your chance to drive a rather rare second-generation Vauxhall Victor - a total classic of a family saloon car! Designed to be sporty and family- friendly at the same time, the Victor is one of most memorable post-war cars from Vauxhall.
Also known as the Four-Ninety, this was Vauxhall’s flagship car in the early 1960s and was even successfully exported, wooing the American and Canadian markets with its clean lines and roomy interior. Optional extras included fog flights, heater, screen washers and reverse lights!
Whichever classic car you choose to drive, you’re sure to adore that vintage feel. And everyone watching will be gleefully waving at you as you drive on by!