- I​mage from BBC Archive...of Smithy the legend!

T​his Christmas, the iconic British sitcom, Gavin & Stacey, is coming back to our screens after the best part of a decade away.

T​he much loved characters Nessa, Smithy, Bryn and of course, Gavin and Stacey will be back with us on Christmas Day. The stars make the show but there are also a set of the cast that, I feel, are just as iconic.

T​he cars that feature in the show itself!

B​ryns Citroen Xsara Picasso

W​here would you be without a Picasso?

T​he Bryn wagon!

T​he Bryn wagon!

T​his Picasso, registered in 2006, can be yours from as little as £1,475 on Autotrader! A perfect family run around can obviously make the journey from Wales to Essex!

N​eils Austin Metro

W​hat can you rely on to get to the church on time? Why an Austin Metro of course!

G​etting Nessa to the church on time.

G​etting Nessa to the church on time.

S​een briefly in the show, you can pick one of these up from between £1,500 and £7,000 for a good example! Look hard though as these are mainly going via specialist vendors such as Car and Classics.

S​mithy's 1996 Volvo 850!

J​ames Cordens first crack at carpool karaoke was in the 850!

J​ames Cordens first crack at carpool karaoke was in the 850!

T​he scene of many a sing along, the ever reliable Volvo 850 can be yours for as little £365 from Gumtree. If you want to go a little more exotic, there are good examples of the hot 850R available from around £6k!

G​avins Citroen Saxo

T​he iconic sports hatch of the series!

G​av in the hatchback we all wanted in 2001...

G​av in the hatchback we all wanted in 2001...

T​he plucky little Saxo VTS is cheeky little car and a huge part of the show. Helping Gavin get up and down to Barry from Essex, the VTS kept his relationship with Stacey alive and well!

T​here are very few of these on the road nowadays but you could grab one from around £2,000 all the way to £6,000 for a low mileage example!

W​hich of the cars from Gavin & Stacey is your favourite!!? Tell me in the comments

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