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Exclusive! Gian Paolo Dallara’s own Miura. Happy Birthday , Gian Paolo… Dallara’s Miura. Gian Paolo Dallara was one of the fathers of the Lamborghini Miura. Finally, he’s treated himself to…
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Into the Great Wide open. Continental tour bus. Two musicians buy a thirsty Lincoln and set out to explore the States. What’s the best way to top off a year’s…
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Secret Weapon This Ferrari 288 GTO was once part of the Sultan of Brunei’s collection. We take it to Scotland and let it run. Sultan’s Ferrari 288 GTO driven. The…
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The List “You feel like a movie star” Your dream drive made real Darrin Alker loves how precisely his Lotus Esprit drives – so why on earth did he ask…
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The Antithesian Dream. The Lincoln Continental MkII is the antithesis of how we see American cars. We sample its understated virtues in the Cotswolds. A rare beacon of taste in…
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The height of low Gypsy Rose low rider. This iconic 1964 Chevrolet Impala Low Rider has recently been inducted into American motoring’s ‘hall of fame’. Matt Stone uncovers the secrets…
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Man with a Classic Van 1951 Pontiac Delivery. Brian Howlett’s 1951 Pontiac Sedan Delivery is a rare beast hailing from a brief period when Pontiac thought there might be demand…
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White Lighting Chrysler's Magic Number. Paul Elvin bought this 1966 Chrysler 300 partially because he adored its fantastic interior, but before long he loved everything about it… 1966 Chrysler 300 …
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Payin' the cost to be the Boss. The Boss Ford's Better Idea. Think restoring a Mustang is a simple, off-the-shelf process? Then try taking on a rare Boss 302. The…
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Richard Heseltine from here to obscurity Bill Frick Special. Entering the world of the car-building business is a perilous journey, especially when you involve Italian coachworks, as Bill Frick discovered……
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High Society 1955 Packard. Packard’s last properly new cars, the 1955 models, arrived with more power and smarter technology than ever before. And the top four-door went by a memorable…