London To Land's End – Classic Car 30th Anniversary A30 Roadtrip

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1989 was a big year for new cars; the Mazda MX5 restarted the sports car craze, the Rover R8 200 launched the premium family hatch, the Land Rover Discovery offered Range Rover ability and comfort to the working class and the CitroΓ«n XM made a hydraulic luxo-barge appealing to “normal” people.

In short, as these four celebrate their 30th birthdays, we saw fit to take them on a road trip, from Staines to Land’s End, on the appropriately named A30…

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Shaun O'Rourke says:

Great video, glad to see the old truck still on the road. Land Rover Discovery used to belong to my wife, and we took "BYJ" all the way from Staffordshire to Normandy and back on holiday, with no dramas. Unfortunately the old girl is starting to show her age a bit now.

Timbre says:

Top video and agree with Stephen Miller; certainly your topics are as relevant as TGs and the cars you've chosen are great. My vote would go to the XM with MX5 second place because of their stylishness and the way they make you smile on faster roads.

michael thompson says:

Just subbed this channel. Addictive, thanks guys

Steve Dodd says:

cars from this era had character not computer blobs like they are now

Kody Dagley says:

Lovely video gentlemen! Thoroughly enjoyed it and looking forward to more! πŸ™‚

For the record, as much as I adore the XM, I think I'd have to go for the MX5 or Rover….with a manual though!

Stephen Miller says:

Excellent job, Top gear for the slightly older generation.

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