The Roving heirloom Richard Zahra’s 1969 2000 TC was bought new by his father. Words and photography James Elliott.

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Father's Day 2019 coincided with Bloomsday, my wedding anniversary and the fortieth anniversary of the release of Joy Division's album, Unknown Pleasures. It also coincided with my eldest daughter rolling one of my cars through a hedge and youngest daughter's bedroom ceiling being pulled down as part of a Victorian house restoration project. It was the opposite of all those "perfect Father's Day" TV ads and one of the least relaxing Father's Days I can remember. But I would still describe it as a decent weekend.

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Often overlooked in favour of its more sporty two-seater relation - the 507, the equally sought after 503 illustrates an important part of BMW’S post-war history... Words: Simon Jackson. Photography: BMW AG.

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Mercedes 190E 16v. Avoid a thrashed one and this capable sports saloon will colour you Cosworth. Words Richard Mason. Photography John Colley.

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You never forget your first Ford, but it took a midlife crisis for Darren Hawksley to remember his — and rebuild this early 2.0S as a tribute. Words Simon Woolley. Photos Adrian Brannan.

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This original M Sport saloon set the template for all that followed.

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Ferrari F40 The iconic Ferrari F40. Owning and buying the best of the best. The standout Ferrari of the 1980s, Enzo’s last ever road car and one of the purest drivers’ cars ever made – the F40 is the supercar that every enthusiast lusts after. Report by Chris Rees. Photography by Michael Ward.

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Peugeot 304 Cabriolet - Rare, pretty, inexpensive: this Pininfarina convertible has it all

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Man & Machine Racing in a different key David Lane and the UK’s sole Jensen-Healey racer. Words and photography Paul Hardiman.

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Russell Horner has owned no fewer than six Ultimas – but his current Sports is the best of the bunch. We met him to find out why. Words and pictures: Adam Wilkins.

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Time to put the new Esprit into context - and context doesn't get any scarier than this lot The Carrera 4 is the best 911 ever, this factory-tuned Aston is the ultimate DB7 and the F355. well, it's a Ferrari. Story by Jason Barlow. Photography by Anton Watts.

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Alpina B9 3.5 E28. There isn't much that's cooler than a 1980s BMW these days. Apart from this Alpina...

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Alfa Romeo 147 GTA Alfa’s Chadwick-approved steroid hatch is coming out of the price doldrums – so act now to avoid disappointment.

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1989 BMW 525i SE Automatic Bryan Werbinski ‘It rides like you're flying along on a carpet made of marshmallows’

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Chris Graham meets BMW enthusiast, Kos Loizou, and his E24 635CSi; a car that has been in the family for over 30 years.

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The N47 has now been in production for 11 years, and I include the B47 from 2015 in with this unit as, really, it’s much about the same. If, however, you’re in need of a used engine to replace yours, you need to be aware that the N47 D20A and D20C do not interchange.

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I was surprised to see that F30s are now down to under £6,000 on AutoTrader. co.uk, and I’ve been told that £4,500 will buy an early one in the auctions, albeit with a few miles on the clock (a 12-plate, solid black 318d with 150,000 miles and basic SE trim on 16in wheels but, even so, a nice enough thing if it all checks out). But is an early F30 a better bet than a late E90? There’s no doubt that in the last three years of the E90 (the LCI version), BMW really improved this model. The early ones, with the spartan interior, that weird-looking grille and some truly ghastly colours (what was that light metallic blue-green-grey called?), are just about in banger territory, now with a few hovering around the £1,000 mark.

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BMW M10 Range. Andrew Everett spotlights the influential and long-lived M10 range of four-cylinder petrol engines.

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Jaguar XJ220 examined we compare original concept with road car. We study the original 1988 concept against a pre-production road car, spotting all the detail changes between the two XJ220. Words: Ian Seabrook. Pics: Matt Richardson.

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Aired-out over its custom three-piece ‘Throwing Star’ splits, this seriously slick 740i is luxury modded BM balling at its best. Words: Elizabeth de Latour. Photos: Marcus Lundell.

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Epic BMW M3 E30 – full-on hardcore club-sport build. Built to club sport-spec and designed to be driven hard and fast on both road and track, this awesome E30 M3 has tapped into its racing roots and It’s a serious driving machine. Words: Elizabeth de Latour. Photos: Daniel Bridle.

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Coupé E31 840Ci Sport (1996-1999) BMW’s sharp-nosed 1990s super coupé is now an appreciating classic and, if you can find a well-maintained 4.4-litre 1996-on 840Ci, then you could be on to a winner. More reliable than the gas-guzzling 850 V12, the ‘entry-level’ V8 looks just as cool – with its pillarless side profile and classic pop-up headlights – and performs damn-near as well. But you must avoid the early 4.0-litre M60-engined version (1992-1996) which suffered from Nikasil bore-wear issues.

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The forgotten hero Celebrating BMW 700's 60th birthday The Neue Klasse saloon is oft credited with being the car that saved BMW but, as Bob Harper explains, without the 700 the company would have folded before the Neue Klasse left the drawing board. We celebrate the 700’s 60th birthday. Photos: BMW Archive and Matt Richardson.

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1985 Ferrari Testarossa £119,995 Can this early, low-mileage example of the archetypal Eighties supercar justify its (red-)heady price? Dale Vinten finds out

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Now may be the time to plug into Munich’s Green Party-pleasing supercar

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James buys another example of the car that started it all

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Tony and Allison of T&A Motorcars Collection envisioned a unique triple-black Hebmüller sitting on Porsche rims and a large displacement engine. Words by Alex Arredondo.

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…The electric car revolution that is. Is it happening? Is it here yet? Listening to the news and what industry pundits and commentators are constantly saying, you’d think it was literally happening now. And indeed, when I stop at a service area and see banks of Tesla chargers in the car park (and I’m not talking one or two, but dozens) it certainly seems to be on the horizon, or around the corner… or something.

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This turbocharged Lotus is a great driver’s car – and more.

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Space Opel Kadett. When it rolled out of the factory several decades ago, this Opel Kadett B was a sensible little family car. But today, with a stratospheric 1,350bhp and a penchant for wheelies, the transformation is out of this world… Words Dan Bevis. Photos Patrik Karlsson.

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