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The Homologators – Lancia Delta S4 ‘Stradale’

If a manufacturer wants to go racing, they need to build a fast car. But here’s the thing, they can only race a version of what they sell. Back in the '90s, this presented a crafty opportunity. Enter stage-left, the homologation car.
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2001 Mercedes-Benz 320SL – Classified of the Week

There are few as good at making a beautiful yet usable sports car as the Germans, as this stunning, limited edition SL goes to show.
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Gallery – Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble

What an event! Thousands of like-minded people, thousands of cars and nice bit of late-spring sunshine. This is the Bicester Heritage Sunday Scramble.
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Executive Decision

You’re at the top of your game. The boss of all bosses. The King or Queen of your empire. You’re going to need the wheels to match your status. Don’t buy a modern machine though, not when there’s a world of classic executive metal out there.
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Project ’65 – Car & Classic’s Racy Ford Cortina

We’ve gone and bought ourselves another project car, and already things are looking a bit rusty. But don’t worry, we have a plan!
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Something for the Weekend – Caffeine & Machine

Petrolheads unite! We’ve got a new motoring venue to enjoy, and trust us when we say it’s nothing short of magnificent. This is Caffeine & Machine.
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The Vauxhall Calibra – The Time is Now

Something of a modern classic this time in the form of the Vauxhall Calibra. Handsome, sporty, easy to maintain and also remarkably practical, the Calibra could be all things to all drivers. It was a victim of the ‘90s though, meaning many have been quite literally modified to death. Today, however, it’s recognised as a classic and prices are on the rise. The time to buy is most definitely now.
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C&C Fleet – Project Z Car

Rust, lichen, strange musty smells. Our 1965 Ford Zephyr has it all. But for all its faults, it is a 40,000 mile one-owner car, so for that alone, we have to at least try to save it, right?
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1957 Zephyr Ute – Classified of the Week

The idea of a pickup truck you can use daily isn't a new one. Car-makers have been at it for decades, as this '57 Ford Zephyr ute goes to prove.
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Car & Classic Visits – Bicester Heritage

The world of classic motoring is rich, diverse and deeply interesting. It is, however, spread far and wide. There is one exception though, and it’s Bicester Heritage. An RAF base that has become a magnificent hub for all things classic.