The Jaguar XJ220 was the perfect car launched at the wrong time, its stunning looks and blistering performance have since elevated it to classic supercar royalty.
The Renault Clio Williams was a class-leading hot hatch in its day, almost 30-years later its Renault Sport roots still imbue it with an undeniable charm.
The first-gen Porsche Cayenne is a hi-tech off-road missile that can now add value for money to its arsenal.
The Range Rover Classic was released in 1970, after spending several years of testing in Northern Africa as the Velar prototype. In 1971, the car quickly demonstrated its off road capabilities with an intrepid expedition from Anchorage in Alaska to Tierra del Fuego in Argentina.
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Few cars have been as fit for purpose and devoid of frills as the Citroen Mehari, its beauty lay in its sheer simplicity, just like the 2CV it was based on.
The original BMW E31 8 Series is still one of BMW’s most stunning designs, it remains all the car you would ever need for long distance touring.
The Citroen Traction Avant was a landmark model for the French automaker, its influence can still be seen today.
The literal poster boy for ‘80s excess, the Ferrari Testarossa has become an automotive icon with styling that only gets better with age.
The original E30 M3 is a modern classic that retains much of the charm that made it so special in its day.
A classically styled Italian V8 with looks that stop traffic, the Alfa Romeo Montreal is a rare delight that is still a sublime drive on the right roads.