Gorgeous E30 320i on air. With its obscure paint option, super-slick bay and race car interior, this bagged E30 is a riot of detail; what’s more, it’s an exercise in taking the path less travelled and making some truly unexpected choices… Words: Daniel Bevis. Photos: Ronald Veth.
Six steps to buying a Jaguar XJ This smart saloon offers cracking value, even now that prices are climbing. Words Richard Dredge. Photography John Colley.
40 years on, and with no sign of a modern successor, we head out for a drive in BMW’s mid-engined unicorn, the M1 – and unearth the world’s biggest hoard of M1 parts. Words Peter Robinson. Photography Steffen Jahn.
Those spinning triangles inside the 13B rotary engine make for some really tasty power – and when you throw bridge-porting and a huge single turbo into the mix, things start to get really spicy… Words: Joe Partridge. Photos: Martin Wall.
Antiques Roadshow Tahmid Haque’s E30 325i Sport may be a pristine and as-new example of the later M Tech 2 cars, but its museum-quality condition doesn’t mean he’s afraid to use it. In fact, he’s crisscrossed the country taking it to as many meets, shows and enthusiast get-togethers as possible… Words: Dan Bevis. Photography: Jason Dodd.
This stunning 13,500-mile 728i might be 40-years old but it does a stellar job of reminding us why the E23 7 Series was so popular... Words: Simon Jackson & themarket.co.uk. Photography: themarket.co.uk.
Rebuilt 1968 Porsche 911 S Targa Soft Back Window – 2-litre flat-six was enlarged to 2.4-litre and 190bhp
This soft-windowed 911 S Targa has been sympathetically rebuilt and boasts history as colourful as its zesty paint job… Words Dan Furr. Photography Dan Sherwood.
‘Unprecedented’ is a strong word banded about with startling regularity. It’s commonly used by journalists to elicit extreme reactions from their audiences when, in truth, the series of events being referenced can usually draw parallels with another. The current global public health crisis caused by the outbreak of COVID-19, however, really is unprecedented, affecting each and every one of us in a number of different ways, no matter who we are, where we live or what we do for a living. My hope is that you, our loyal readers, remain free from harm and that, before long, we’ll be exchanging stories at rescheduled Porsche meets about our experiences of self-isolation or town-wide lockdown.
With a part-electrified R32 drivetrain putting out more than 1000hp, JP Performance is laying down the gauntlet for a high-tech new decade in car culture. Game-changer? Absolutely. Words: Alex Grant. Photos: Martin Hillmann.
If the forward-hinged bonnet doesn’t pique your interest, the presence of a BMW M Power engine certainly will. This is one build which keeps striking with surprising body blows, over and over… Words: Dan Bevis. Photos: Matt Woods.