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In this issue

MUSTANG dream drive

Celebrating 60 years of Ford’s original pony car with an epic Californian road trip

THE ASTON VIRAGE WITH ADDED PUNCH

BRITAIN’S NISSAN SKYLINE GT-R GURU

ŠKODA’S UNLIKELY RACE & RALLY STARS

DOWN MEMORY LANE

As C&SC hits 500 not out, our most prolific and popular wordsmith turns Jackanory to tell the story of his lifelong link to the magazine

DOWN MEMORY LANE

9 mins

Locked & loaded

Land-Rover's SAS prototype and Minerva's Blindé vehicle were built to lend agility reconnaisance and versatility to Europe's special forces

Locked & loaded

8 mins

SHOCK THERAPY

Testing an electric Fiat 500, and the idea of EV-converted classics, with a drive across the capital

SHOCK THERAPY

10 mins

Fire in the hole

The Huayra Pronello Ford combined advanced aerodynamic ideas with brutal V8 power for a long-lost Argentinian sports-prototype series

Fire in the hole

7 mins

Brighton belles

This pair of pioneer machines found fame in the 1953 caper Genevieve, a film that helped give old-car ownership global appeal

Brighton belles

10 mins

FORTUNE 500

It was less famous than the Indy and Daytona 500s, shorter-lived than the Brooklands 500, but memories of the BOAC 500 live long

FORTUNE 500

9 mins

To be continued...

After the fabulous C2, the best of the rest convene from seven decades of America's original sports car dynasty

To be continued...

10+ mins

AMERICAN BEAUTY

For eight generations and 70 years, the Chevy Corvette has been the backbone of the US sports car industry. As it turns 60, the C2 remains the most desirable of all

AMERICAN BEAUTY

10 mins

THE LAST TEMPTATION

This, the final Ferrari 500 Superfast marks the end of a line of GTs conceived for the mega-rich, not just the merely wealthy

THE LAST TEMPTATION

10+ mins

Martin BUCKLEY

'I was enthralled by the lavish feel, tarnished only by an anti-corrosion warranty sticker added as an afterthought'

Martin BUCKLEY

3 mins

Simon TAYLOR

'Thinking he might need a snifter after 12 hours at the wheel, his pit crew brought him in for a few glasses of Champagne'

Simon TAYLOR

2 mins

INDIRA FLACK

Recording motorsport legends in portrait photographs has become the basis of an exhibition and book

INDIRA FLACK

2 mins

Mick WALSH

'If you can bear the movie's laughable plot and some awful songs, the race action is spectacular

Mick WALSH

3 mins

Martin BUCKLEY

'You can have cheap fun trialling an Austin Seven, while Sunbeams, ERAS and Bugattis fight it out on the hills and circuits'

Martin BUCKLEY

3 mins

Simon TAYLOR

'You can have cheap fun trialling an Austin Seven, while Sunbeams, ERAS and Bugattis fight it out on the hills and circuits'

Simon TAYLOR

3 mins

PIONEER IN THE WORKS

Driving the first Alvis competition car and the most original survivor of the Coventry firm's debut model

PIONEER IN THE WORKS

7 mins

The brawn identities

The story of the changing relationship between Rolls-Royce and Bentley is embodied by these three very closely linked models

The brawn identities

9 mins

Coach class

Built for comfort rather than speed, the discreet Lancia B53 Allemano was an Aurelia for customers with lofty expectations

Coach class

6 mins

David leapt out and ran to where the March had come to rest with Roger trapped inside, and waded into the fire'

Five decades ago, a shameful accident in Holland ended the life of Britain's most promising young racing driver

David leapt out and ran to where the March had come to rest with Roger trapped inside, and waded into the fire'

7 mins

Banging the drum

The Leyland P76 was an advert for British engineering wrapped in Aussie-friendly style and it could perform an odd trick with its boot

Banging the drum

8 mins

FOR THE YOUNG AND FOR FREE

In an effort to attract new blood into regularity rallying, HERO-ERA invited young drivers to an all-new event. Team C&SC was among nearly 100 cars to take part

FOR THE YOUNG AND FOR FREE

10 mins

MAKING A MARQUE

Mercedes W114/115 range provided the German maker with a volume-selling leg-up that still resonates to this day

MAKING A MARQUE

8 mins

ONE SIZE FITS ALL

Frazer Nash tailored its cars to be the ultimate do-it-all machines, and wrapped its Mille Miglia in an exceptionally handsome body

ONE SIZE FITS ALL

10 mins

2+2 equals PHWOAR

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.\"

2+2 equals PHWOAR

10 mins

Mick WALSH

FROM THE COCKPIT

Mick WALSH

3 mins

HISTORICS HIT SILVERSTONE

There was plenty of action on Silverstone's Grand Prix circuit for the Historic Sports Car Club's International Trophy meeting on 27-28 May

HISTORICS HIT SILVERSTONE

2 mins

UP FRONT DOWN UNDER

The National Motor Racing Museum at Bathurst celebrates Australia’s rich motorsport history

UP FRONT DOWN UNDER

3 mins

INDUCTION CEREMONY

The BMW 2002 turbo was a poorly timed but appealing statement of intent that heralded a new wave of mid-'70s performance motoring

INDUCTION CEREMONY

8 mins

Coachbuilt Legacy

Meeting the committed few still flying the flag for Harrington, the coachbuilder that created distinctive bodies for buses and made classy coupés out of British roadsters

Coachbuilt Legacy

9 mins

Excellence at all costs

The Phantom III embodied all that Rolls-Royce had to offer in terms of both luxury and technical sophistication, but it came at a price

Excellence at all costs

9 mins

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Classic & Sports Car Magazine Description:

Publisherhaymarket consumer media

CategoryAutomotive

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Classic & Sports Car Magazine is a monthly British automobile magazine published by Haymarket Media Group. It was first published in April 1982 and concerns itself with classic cars as well as the people involved in their design and subsequent use, including in period motorsport.

The magazine covers a wide range of topics, including news, features, interviews, and buying guides. It also has a strong historical focus, with regular features on the history of classic cars.

Classic & Sports Car Magazine is a popular read for many classic car enthusiasts, and is known for its in-depth coverage and expert analysis. It is also a good source of information for those new to the hobby.

Here are some of the things you can expect from Classic & Sports Car Magazine:

* In-depth coverage of classic car news and events
* Interviews with collectors, restorers, and other figures from the classic car world
* Features on the latest trends in classic car restoration and collecting
* Buying guides for classic cars

If you're looking for a magazine that will keep you up-to-date on the latest classic car news and trends, then Classic & Sports Car Magazine is a good choice. Subscribe today and start enjoying the news, features, and buying guides!

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