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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…
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Erenissima forgotten Ferrari-Chaser. Untouched for 50 years, the Serenissima Spyder was a failed attempt to beat Ferrari at its own game Words Richard Heseltine. Photography Bernard Rouffignac/Motorsport Images.
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Hell-bent on perfection One man’s mission to return a Park Ward Bentley Continental S2 to its original glory, five years in the making. Words Martin Buckley. Photography Will Williams.
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’Wacky’ Arnolt’s Вertone-bodied DB2/4 Coupe outshines standard Astons in Scottsdale. Words Chris Bietzk. Photography Gooding & CO.
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The Secret ‘Dino’ The intriguing Innocenti 186 GT A fascinating Ferrari-engined prototype discovered in the abandoned Innocenti factory Story by Daniele Buzzonetti. Photography by Paolo Carlini/Ruoteclassiche.
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Top of the Class A celebrated Ferrari with class wins at Le Mans, Spa and Monza is ready to race again. Story by Richard Heseltine. Photography by Bonhams/Pawel Litwinski.
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Volvo P1800S On set in The Saint’s film car. The Saint Volvo P1800S. On-set at The Saint remake - in Roger Moore’s '60s screen car. Roger Moore drove this Volvo…
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Baby Boomers. Ferrari’s original 1960s baby has become a high-value mainstay on every collector’s wishlist. What’s the fate of its arguably better but more angular 1970s successor? Drive-My investigates. Words…