Jeremy continued: “Here’s the great peril, though. While it’s fun to leaf through the ads for cars that were built before the upper atmosphere was a thing, and safety didn’t matter, it is emphatically not fun to buy one.”
The Grand Tour host explained in his latest Times column that while many people would love to own a classic car “it might just sit on your drive” because they’re often difficult to navigate on the roads.
“You’d love to own a classic car and you’d love to arrive outside a Mr & Mrs Smith hotel in one. But you would hate driving it very much,” the small-screen star explained.
Meanwhile, the car-enthusiast has since taken a break from his busy work schedule and has jetted off with his girlfriend Lisa Hogan for a getaway trip.