Retro Reviews

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Super Carrera For years the SC has lived in the shadow of its successor – the 3.2 Carrera. Can a road trip through Europe change that perception? Story & photography:…
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Sinatra XJ6 her way. This XJ6, first owned by Nancy Sinatra, is packed with Hollywood Glitz. Words & Photography Jim Patten.
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The other G-Series 2.7 Carrera. We examine the common belief that the 2.7 Carrera bound for the US is an undesirable Porsche… exploding a few myths along the way. Written…
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The ultimate E-Type? Mick Walsh is blown away by a unique Jaguar that puts Lightweight spec into a magnificent roadgoing roadster.
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Princely Delight Aga Khan’s personal car on test. Built for a prince, this 1974 Maserati Quattroporte was one of just two bodied by Frua. We tell the story of a…
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1956 Continental Mark II America’s fines luxury car. Cadillac’s slogan ‘the Standard of the World’ annoyed rivals including the Ford Motor Company, whose response – the Continental Mark II –…
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1967 Corvette Hot Property. The specification of this gorgeous ’1967 Sting Ray is hot enough without its exciting back story – it was bought at a police auction by the…
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1965 Plymouth Fury III Nod to NASCAR. James Dixey’s 1965 Plymouth Fury III might look and sound like a race car, but he still uses it every day… Words: Mike…
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Some cars are special because of what they are and some because of what they’ve been through. This Ford Falcon has become an object of great affection for two different…
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The original supercar. It’s a GTO, but it’s certainly not Italian. And it pre-dates the Miura too. So what’s going on with that headline? All will be revealed. Words and…
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Mustang Sallies Flying a WW2 Mustang. Ever wanted to fly a WW2 Mustang? Pilot Bob Davy explains how you can make that dream a reality Photography Paul Bowen.