Your first encounter with a car was probably when your parents drove you home from the maternity ward.
Safe to say you won’t remember much about the journey, but did your folks ever reveal their choice of wheels for this momentous drive?
Make no mistake: they’ve probably never driven in a more careful and considerate manner.
This got us thinking: how much did it cost to buy a car in the year you were born?
To find out, we’ve selected a broad selection of cars from 1950 to 1999, and included a rough estimate of what the 2016 price of the original value would be, based on the Bank of England inflation calculator.