Five aspirational cars from the 90s – now going cheap(ish)

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Over the next year or so you are going to be partying like it is err 1996. Yep, you can’t move for 90s stars trying to resurrect their careers (coughs, Noel Gallagher, The Spice Girls) and then there are lot of bands who take at least some of their cues from Brit Pop – stand forward Jake Bugg.

Apparently, according to there has been a surge in demand for the decade’s coolest aspirational cars. So here are five of the most desirable. Personally give me one of these any day.

All rough prices courtesy of

TVR Cerebra £16,000

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Manufactured between 1996 and 2003, the Cerbera was the third car produced by British manufacturer TVR and the first hard top with the previous two being convertibles. Fitted with a hefty V8 engine, TVR owner Pete Wheeler was quoted at the time as saying that the car’s light weight and high power was “too much for a road car”. The car was hugely popular amongst the biggest names of the era with David Beckham owning a custom-made Cerbera as well as The Prodigy’s Keith Flint and comedian Vic Reeves.