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Andy Green’s 1976 Mercury Marquis is a low-mileage and very original example of how even the base model cars were luxurious in the Seventies. Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Richardson.
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Look back through BMW’s history of big sporting coupés and the V12-powered 850 CSI E31 remains a high-point. It put the German marque into the realms of Bentley, Porsche and…
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BMW’s latest Touring lives up to a seven-year-old’s imagination... Words: Neil Brisco Photography: BMW AG.
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Meet the latest ‘Derelict’ creation from ICON, this stunning noiresque 1949 Hudson, arguably one of the most innovative shapes of its time and a car that wouldn’t look out of…
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This mysterious, yet stunning 1941 Cadillac coupe made quite an entrance at this year’s Rally of the Giants, accompanied as it was by its glamorous and famous owner, Nicola Bulgari…
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The Silhouette is the rarest Lamborghini of the classic era – and that’s a shame, reckons Mark Dixon after driving a superb survivor Photography Tim Andrew.
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A 911 that’s more 9 than 11 - Cheapest 911 992: not cheap, not quite brilliant
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Want a car none of your millionaire friends will have? Ares has the solution: a Huracán transformed into a Seventies homage
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Are you one of those Classic American readers that change their cars as often as their underpants? Or is it a case of ‘until death us do part’? That’s certainly…
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From trendsetter to transport for silver-screen pimps and pushers, the 1971-’73 Buick Riviera is due a renaissance Words Alastair Clements. Photography John Bradshaw/Ben Summerell-Youde.
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Two very different Dodge Chargers from two Fast and Furious films. We find out what it takes to build an authentic movie car... Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Woods.