CELEBRITY CAR: WOULD YOU?

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - This Week -

KEITH ADAMS EDI­TOR

If there’s one for me, it’s some­thing driven by Min­der’s Arthur Daley. Per­haps the Vaux­hall Royale or Rover SD1 from se­ries two.

GER­VAIS SEY­MOUR PRO­DUC­TION EDI­TOR

I am deeply jeal­ous of a col­league who re­cently sold an MGF that used to be­long to for­mer Brook­side babe Anna Friel. Kate Moss was a reg­u­lar pas­sen­ger in it, ap­par­ently. So, yes, I would.

DAVID SIMISTER FEA­TURES EDI­TOR

As far as I’m con­cerned my own B-road blasters are celebrity cars in their own right. They make me feel like a star ev­ery time I drive one.

MUR­RAY SCUL­LION NEWS EDI­TOR

There are some bar­gains to be had. Surely a car owned by a cast mem­ber from The Only Way is

Es­sex would be worth­less?

CALUM BROWN WEB PRO­DUCER

De­pends on the celebrity. If it was some­one like Christopher Lee, Oliver Reed or Roger Moore, then yes. If it was Katie Price, no.

RICHARD GUNN SE­NIOR CON­TRIB­U­TOR

Yes, be­cause then I could tell pas­sen­gers that they’re sit­ting in the same spot as whomever. And then gauge how much I like them by their in­ter­est or lack of it.

GIL­LIAN CAR­MOODIE CON­TRIB­U­TOR

Al­though the ap­peal of celebrity own­er­ship is ob­vi­ous, I’d have to love a car in it­self be­fore be­ing swayed to­wards pur­chase be­cause of its pre­vi­ous own­ers.

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