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Summer Fun – Five Timeless Convertible Classics

Wind in the hair motoring is something that goes hand in hand with classic cars. Yes, there are classic cars of all shapes and sizes, but even so, it’s the convertibles that we romanticise. The thought of blasting through the countryside in an open-top Jaguar E Type is far more exciting than doing the same […]

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1957 Jaguar XK140 – Project Profile

When it comes to building an open-top two-seater sports car, few were ever better at it than the British in the 1960s. And that’s not a gratuitous use of patriotism, we’re not being biased here. Britain just made some belting roadsters. We had the MGs, Triumphs, the Healeys and of course, the Jaguars. The most […]

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1991 Mazda MX-5 – Project Profile

There are few things in the motoring world as pure as going for a blast in a light, agile, well-balanced sports car. The Japanese knew this, which is why the MX-5 of the late ‘80s was so heavily influenced by cars like the classic Lotus Elan. Both cars are no frills, basic engineering, but basic […]

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The Alfa Romeo GTV and Spider – The Time is Now

Let’s get one thing out of the way. There is absolutely nothing wrong with buying something simply because of the way it looks. To behold beautiful things is part of the human condition, we want art, we want beauty and we want to surround ourselves with it. From the earliest cave man scribbling on the […]

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Five Topless Classics for Five Grand

The notion of wind in your hair motoring is one that is synonymous with classic cars. Think of an old car and you’ll inevitably conjure up an image of scarves in the breeze and the rolling vista of B-road-straddling hills and dales. But why should the experience be limited to just your imagination? It needn’t […]