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Classic Cars

May 01 2022
Magazine

Classic Cars is the original classic car magazine. It defined the world of classic motoring 40 years ago and still does it today. Every issue is put together by our team of classic car experts and enthusiasts. Using the best expert writing and photography, the magazine helps you experience what it's like to drive, keep and restore the classic cars of days gone by. We bring the stories and people behind the cars to life - showing you how to buy, keep and enjoy your cars. Every issue of Classic Cars is packed with: - Road tests - Drive stories - Expert buying advice - News and events coverage Classic Cars is the original classic car magazine.

Welcome • Quentin’s gift for finding joyful buying opportunities and persuading us to think differently is uncanny

‘You point it, and that’s where you go’ • Mike James always fancied the Lotus Elan +2 over a two seater so we put him in one for the day to find out why

Special Saab for a Swedish song

ASK QUENTIN

Well-bought Bristol flies under the radar

First-gen Mercedes SLK –a Yellowstone-cold classic?

Market indicators

Lots in France

PRICE GUIDE MOVERS

Fulvia Coupés still look undervalued

Big Healeys back in the race

IN THE TRADE

Renault UK Heritage sell-off

WHAT K500 SAYS ABOUT THE...

The magnificent seven

Coventry enjoys a classic start

‘Pom’ perseveres at Silverstone

Old stagers at Gaydon

March-July highlights

West coast Jag has race pedigree

SUBSCRIBE TO Classic Cars FOR JUST £4.20 A MONTH*

Next Month

Bat out of green hell

Quentin Willson • In recent times our hobby has fended off a global recession, Brexit and a pandemic – but even choppier waters may lie ahead

John Fitzpatrick • The CSL that took me to victory at Silverstone in 1976 may have handled like a dream but I lacked the foresight to buy one at the time

SMART BUYS 2022 • Between pandemics and geopolitics, life can feel gloomy of late. All the more reason to seek out joy – and each of these cars will deliver it in abundance

BREATH TAKING • The 430bhp bi-turbo 1995 911GT was Porsche’s last air-cooled hurrah. Does this fearsome machine deserve its Widowmaker reputation?

LAST LAP OF LUXURY • Patriotic Vanwall Formula 1 boss Tony Vandervell favoured Bentley road cars. We try his 1956 S1 Continental – an ultra-rare manual gearbox example, and the last Bentley he owned

‘What would we find under the paint?’ • This mystery of this unique 1950 Ferrari’s origin was unravelled by a detailed restoration – something never foreseen when the car arrived supposedly ready to run

THE LIFE STORY OF A Cortina 2000 • Decapitated within weeks of delivery, this rare Crayford Cortina has made countless joyful family memories

ASH TO ASHES • Built for one year, the Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe was the last of marque’s true ‘woodies’. We drive one in the UK, and we’re stirred by its sense of wanderlus

Six steps to buying a Riley RM

BOOKS & MODELS

Phil’s sensible side

Going for gold

Improve it or move it?

1972 Datsun 240Z £39,995 • This represents strong money for a 240Z, but as Chris Hope reveals, few examples we’ve seen have been this well cared for

2005 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 £95,000 • Big money for a 2005 Ferrari, but as Richard Gunn notes, it does seem as good as new. Can it really be 17 years old already?

1978 Ford Escort 1.3 Ghia £10,995 • No, it’s not a Mexico, but this Ford Escort MkII is a timewarp example that needs cherishing, as Nigel Boothman discovers

1969 Morris Minor Traveller £14,995 • Judging by the direction Traveller prices are going, Rob Scorah ...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 203 Publisher: H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED Edition: May 01 2022

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  • Release date: March 15, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Classic Cars is the original classic car magazine. It defined the world of classic motoring 40 years ago and still does it today. Every issue is put together by our team of classic car experts and enthusiasts. Using the best expert writing and photography, the magazine helps you experience what it's like to drive, keep and restore the classic cars of days gone by. We bring the stories and people behind the cars to life - showing you how to buy, keep and enjoy your cars. Every issue of Classic Cars is packed with: - Road tests - Drive stories - Expert buying advice - News and events coverage Classic Cars is the original classic car magazine.

Welcome • Quentin’s gift for finding joyful buying opportunities and persuading us to think differently is uncanny

‘You point it, and that’s where you go’ • Mike James always fancied the Lotus Elan +2 over a two seater so we put him in one for the day to find out why

Special Saab for a Swedish song

ASK QUENTIN

Well-bought Bristol flies under the radar

First-gen Mercedes SLK –a Yellowstone-cold classic?

Market indicators

Lots in France

PRICE GUIDE MOVERS

Fulvia Coupés still look undervalued

Big Healeys back in the race

IN THE TRADE

Renault UK Heritage sell-off

WHAT K500 SAYS ABOUT THE...

The magnificent seven

Coventry enjoys a classic start

‘Pom’ perseveres at Silverstone

Old stagers at Gaydon

March-July highlights

West coast Jag has race pedigree

SUBSCRIBE TO Classic Cars FOR JUST £4.20 A MONTH*

Next Month

Bat out of green hell

Quentin Willson • In recent times our hobby has fended off a global recession, Brexit and a pandemic – but even choppier waters may lie ahead

John Fitzpatrick • The CSL that took me to victory at Silverstone in 1976 may have handled like a dream but I lacked the foresight to buy one at the time

SMART BUYS 2022 • Between pandemics and geopolitics, life can feel gloomy of late. All the more reason to seek out joy – and each of these cars will deliver it in abundance

BREATH TAKING • The 430bhp bi-turbo 1995 911GT was Porsche’s last air-cooled hurrah. Does this fearsome machine deserve its Widowmaker reputation?

LAST LAP OF LUXURY • Patriotic Vanwall Formula 1 boss Tony Vandervell favoured Bentley road cars. We try his 1956 S1 Continental – an ultra-rare manual gearbox example, and the last Bentley he owned

‘What would we find under the paint?’ • This mystery of this unique 1950 Ferrari’s origin was unravelled by a detailed restoration – something never foreseen when the car arrived supposedly ready to run

THE LIFE STORY OF A Cortina 2000 • Decapitated within weeks of delivery, this rare Crayford Cortina has made countless joyful family memories

ASH TO ASHES • Built for one year, the Chrysler Town & Country Newport Coupe was the last of marque’s true ‘woodies’. We drive one in the UK, and we’re stirred by its sense of wanderlus

Six steps to buying a Riley RM

BOOKS & MODELS

Phil’s sensible side

Going for gold

Improve it or move it?

1972 Datsun 240Z £39,995 • This represents strong money for a 240Z, but as Chris Hope reveals, few examples we’ve seen have been this well cared for

2005 Ferrari F430 Spider F1 £95,000 • Big money for a 2005 Ferrari, but as Richard Gunn notes, it does seem as good as new. Can it really be 17 years old already?

1978 Ford Escort 1.3 Ghia £10,995 • No, it’s not a Mexico, but this Ford Escort MkII is a timewarp example that needs cherishing, as Nigel Boothman discovers

1969 Morris Minor Traveller £14,995 • Judging by the direction Traveller prices are going, Rob Scorah ...


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