The BMW M3 E36 is finally getting the recognition it always deserved.
Described by many as the pinnacle of analogue sportscar design, the McLaren F1 is so much more than the sum of its parts.
The Lamborghini Gallardo was a great supercar when new and its popularity has hardly diminished as it settles into modern classic status. Continue reading The Lamborghini Gallardo buying guide – Supercar performance for sports car money
The Bauhaus styling of the original TT made it a sales boon for Audi. Its underrated driving characteristics and continued lineage give it the hallmarks of a modern classic.
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Sophisticated simplicity. Are there two words that better describe the humble Citroën 2CV Deux Chevaux? Continue reading Citroën 2CV buying guide – “An umbrella on wheels”
Combining Italian styling with German engineering, the VW Karmann Ghia has all the ingredients for a long and fulfilling classic car relationship.
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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