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Concours Sensation - Full story of the Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport created for the ‘Zipper King’. Reborn after a life hidden in America, this unique Talbot is making waves on…
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A collaborative effort between three giants of the Italian automotive scene, this car encapsulates the design flair perfected by that country in the 1950s and 1960s. It also makes a…
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This is the oldest car ever to wear a Porsche badge and the sole survivor of its kind. Delwyn Mallett traces its extraordinary history. Photography Staud Studios 2019 courtesy of…
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Vault Find Alfa-Romeo Giulietta SZ. Entombed for 25 years, now rescued. Incredibly, this Alfa Giulietta SZ has emerged from 25 years in oblivion, so entombed in an underground vault that…
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Feature 1934 Bentley Derby Drophead and Sports Saloon. Walter Owen Bentley’s design philosophy was quite simple: “build a fast car, a good car, the best in its class” Words: Ashley…
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100E Ford prefect from Dagenham, Essex, to the Utmost parts of the Earth. The Ford 100E wasn’t exactly a ‘£5 POM’ but lots of them drove one. Words: Louis Kevin…
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One in a million - incredible Delahaye V12. Money has always talked in Grand Prix racing – and a million francs was a big incentive for Delahaye to come up…
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If it hadn’t been real, maybe Lady Penelope would have driven it. Words: Terry Cobham. Photos: Adam Croy.
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Jensen Interceptor elegance and power from either side of the Atlantic. The Jensen Interceptor — a ‘no replacement for displacement’ American V8 engine nestled in an Italian-designed, genuinely luxurious, British-built…
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The Sebring was the last of Maserati’s fabled 3500GT line. Vignale’s understated shape has always left Chris Rees a bit cold; can a spirited drive change his mind? Story by…
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Rhapsody in blue. The glamorous Delage D8-120 was the swansong of the great French marque, but thanks to the Delahaye merger in 1935 it went out in serious style. Words…