One of my sons started SmallCarBigCity with the "Chap in Charge", Rob Welch. He left after about 2 years as a 'could not refuse' job came up. They are still very close mates.
My son has a (now, after a lot of time, effort and dosh) immaculate 1992 classic SPI Cooper, BRG (same colour as my R53) but with white roof.
SCBC do great tours - loads of quirky, interesting things you don't get on the typical tours and people who have lived in London for years don't have a clue about.
For example, the Necropolis Railway was at Waterloo. Building front still there! Took bodies and relatives down to Brookwood Cemetary for burial between 1850 to 1902. The cemetaries in London were full. Cremation was not legal in Great Britain until 1885 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London...ailway_station
Not a lot of people know that!
If you get a group of friends together do the "Treasure Hunt Tour - Italian Job style". Blue boiler suits and flat caps supplied. And gold bars. https://smallcarbigcity.com/corporat...re-hunt-ideas/
The poster (thanks for the post) didn't add the link to SCBC's website. Here it is: https://smallcarbigcity.com/
Give it a go. Enjoy.