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Popularity Contest - E-type and 911: so different yet each with one of the biggest fan-bases in the classic car world – and they were born within two years of…
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Maximum dose - The Thomassima III is an exotic Italo- American hybrid of almost mythical reputation, but Drive-My has tracked it down and can tell its story Words Marc Sonnery.…
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Double Chevron Creation - Citroën never built a factory DS coupé, so stylist Gérard Godfroy made his own. Stylist Gérard Godfroy decided to build the DS Citroën never offered –…
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Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Spider. The four-seater spider that never was. Unlike the 365 Daytona, Ferrari never offered an open-topped version of the GTC/4, so it was left to independents to…
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Graham Robson’s eye-witness account of how this Group B great came about. Renowned author Graham Robson worked as a consultant to Ford in the RS200 days. This is his eye-witness…
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Ford’s new Anglia, introduced in 1959, was as dramatic in its engineering improvements as it was in its look-at-me, Ford America, Lincoln – inspired styling features. Words: Quinton Taylor. Photos:…
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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…