Buyers’ Guide: Porsche 993 Turbo and Turbo S. Last of the air-cooled 911 Turbos. End of a turbo era. The 993 was the last of the air-cooled 911s, which makes the 993 Turbo the last of the air-cooled Turbo 911s. It’s also the most sophisticated of the air-cooled cars, too, mixing twin turbos with a permanent four-wheel drive system. Typically of the 911 Turbo it mixed performance and practicality for the ultimate Super 911.

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Out to Lunch. A lilac Morris 1000 – how could such madness have come about? Blame a boozy midday meal, says Jon Pressnell, as he reveals the true story behind the unmissable Minor Million. Photography. Tony Baker/BMIHT.

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Buyer’s guide to Porsche’s affordable gem, the Boxster 986. The Boxer-roadster is now highly affordable but complex, so choose carefully advises Malcolm McKay. Photography Tony Baker.

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This time out we show you how to tackle a common issue on the E36 step-by-step – replacement of the ABS sensor.... Words & Photography: Andrew Everett.

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Awesome BMW 328i Coupe E36/2 Styled and tuned Santorini beauty. It’s not often we have someone writing about their own car for us, but who better to really get into all those little details? And with such a magnificently modded E36 328i Coupe, Graham Leigh is the perfect person to ensure everything is shipshape. Words: Graham Leigh. Photos: Rob Schaverien.

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Let us start by confessing that this is not so much a Giant Test, more a Titanic Contrast, for it would be hard indeed to find a pair of cars more dissimilar in character within a given category of price and purpose. Photoaraphy by Kim Sayer.

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“I suppose you do have to be brave to own one…” Despite that, owner Tony Wates tells Malcolm Thorne, the Lamborghini Urraco doesn’t deserve its reputation for unreliability. But then, he did restore this one himself. Photography Tony Baker.

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£3k Herald? Read our guide Buying Guide… Still cheap, still cheerful – how to buy and enjoy a Triumph Herald or Vitesse. Eight steps to buying a Triumph Herald & Vitesse Diminishing parts supply makes careful choosing more important than ever Writer: Malcolm McKay. Photographer: John Colley.

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Company car Triumph 2.5PI Estate working hard for its living. The Perfect Company Car When Pete Barrett decided he wanted to get a classic as his company car, it took a lot of persuading before his bosses agreed to the plan. As you can see from the pictures, the car he chose was a Triumph 2.5PI estate, so why that car, and how has this unusual choice worked out in practice? We asked Pete to explain.

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Six steps to buying a Ford Racing Puma. This delightful coupé can pack hidden horrors behind the handling hedonism. Words Richard Dredge. Photography John Colley.

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Once bitten nitrous-fed all-steel Eleanor 1967 Ford Mustang GT500E. Kelvin Taylor wanted Matamata Panelworks to build him a tough pickup. He’s not quite sure how he ended up with an all-steel Eleanor clone, but you’ll never catch him complaining about it! Words: Connal Grace. Photos: Adam Croy.

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BMW E28 5 Series race car Gorgeous retro-racer packing a 360hp E34 M5 straight-six. The Turner Prize E28 RACE CAR. The Turner brothers had been yearning for an E28 racer ever since they used to see them pounding the circuits in period. And after a decade of practice in a Mini, this work-of-art race car is their reward… Words: Dan Bevis. Photography: Matt Woods.

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Buying Guide Malcolm McKay steers you towards the best BMW E34 5 Series your money can buy – get one while they’re still good value. Nine steps to buying a BMW E34 5 Series / M5. With good examples dwindling and demand strong, here’s how to bag a fabulous Five Words Malcolm Mckay. Photography Tom Wood.

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M Power of the Sun. The sun’s always shining in Arfan Talib’s world. Why? Because he’s driving the M5 he always dreamed of, as. Dan Bevis discovers. Photos: Chris Frosin.

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Look ma, no plugs! Hybrid power on the road BMW 530e G30 hybrid plug-in. BMW’s 530e G30 hybrid is set to dispense with plugs and cables for maximum convenience, as Neil Briscoe explains. Hybrid horsepower. The new BMW 530e G30 plug-in hybrid bristles with environmentally-friendly tech, as we discover.

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Vauxhall VX220. Possibly the most surprising car to ever wear the Griffin is now discerning sports car choice, as Malcolm McKay explains. Photography Tony Baker.

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Buying Guide Are you brave enough to take advantage of a bargain-priced Maserati Quattroporte V M139? Read our guide and find out Eight steps to buying a Maserati Quattroporte V. How to avoid costly complacency and buy a solid example of this stylish saloon. Words Malcolm Mckay. Photography Tom Wood.

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Eric Morecambe’s Jensen Interceptor MkI restored. Epic Restoration Rescuing Eric Morecambe’s Jensen Interceptor was less divine comedy and more horror story turned labour of love for owner Nick Whale. Epic Restoration Jensen Interceptor MkI. ‘The initial estimate was £50k-£60k. It ended up costing twice that’. This Interceptor was first owned by Eric Morecambe and its history helped the current owner persevere when it was bringing him more grief than sunshine. Words Nigel Boothman. Photos Jonathan Jacob.

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Life Cycle The journey from care to neglect and back again for a Jensen SP. The life story of a Jensen SP This halo-model Jensen tested its first owner beyond the limit but it’s always been able to woo new ones, regardless of the condition it was in. Words Mike Taylor. Photography Neil Fraser.

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10 Unusual Jensen Interceptor facts and tips. Ten things you need to know about... The Jensen Interceptor – an executive grand tourer that’s still attracting fans. The good news is that Interceptors are at long last being appreciated as true classics. The bad news is that they cost a fortune to run and prices for these V8 powered Grand Tourers are accelerating fast. Words Andrew Everett.

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E9 trouble-shooter: classic beauty common problems to avoid

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Air-Ride E9 3.0 CS Stunning classic build. Just because a car’s obscure, that doesn’t make it untouchable. And anyone who has beef with the idea of modifying a rare classic would do well to take a lesson from Alexander Steffen: he built this menacing low-down cruiser to fulfil a long-held dream, and there are few stronger justifications than that… Words: Daniel Bevis Photos: Tony and Carmen Matthews.

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Citrus of Angels Looking like it’s fallen from the heavens (and landed quite hard), this low-down orange wedge is an angelic slice of old-school splendour… Words Dan Bevis. Photography Lukasz Elszkowski.

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Each decade has its superhero who outshine all other contemporaries. An encounter with the sportscar milestones from the 1960s to 2000s

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Green Giant Alfa Romeo Montreal. Ultra-rare Group 4 racer profiled Alfa Romeo never intended to take its Montreal racing – yet there was indeed a pukka Group 4 racing Montreal. We visit a rarest-of-the- rare Alfa in Switzerland to investigate its story… Story & images: Peter Collins.

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Alfa Romeo Classics… Essential guide to living The Dream. Exotic Alternative. While Alfa Romeo Montreal values have significantly increased are they still a driveable investment? Story by Keith Sueme. Valuation by James Wheeler. Photography by Michael Ward.

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BMW 1 Series M Coupé E82 Buying Guide. Buying Guide BMW’s best modern classic, the wonderful 1 Series M Coupé.  The 1M Coupé is one of our favourite machines from the last ten years – a hoot to drive and cast iron values make it a sure-fire collector’s piece. Words: Bob Harper and Andrew Everett. Photography: BMW.

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BMW 1 Series diesel. Andrew Everett offers his essential, Top 10 buying tips for those searching the classifieds for a first-generation 1 Series diesel.

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Bring Eighties excess back with the sleek 6 Series. Two-door coupés are always special. The sleek looks marry well with the rarity factor and many are rapidly become sought-after classics. Following the 630CS and 633CSi coupés of the 1970s, the 635CSi arrived in 1983. On the charts for seven years, the 635CSi and M635CSi were phased out in 1989 and replaced by the all-new 850i E31. These were days of big-engine rivalry and, with a car such as the Jaguar XJS boasting a 5,3-litre V12, BMW upped its cylinder game and the 850i made a switch from the traditional straight-six to a 5,0-litre V12 (M70).

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Buying Guide. The BMW 635CSi E24 is a superb classic and a joy to own… beware though, as there’s a fair bit to go wrong.

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