The first-generation Porsche Boxster 986 wasn’t met with universal praise when it was launched in mid-1996, but it was continually improved and is now one of the great modern classic bargains.
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For many BMW purists, the CS Coupés such as the E9 and E24 are still regarded as the epitome of sporting elegance. In March 1976 the BMW 6-Series 630 CS and 633 CSi, designed by Paul Bracq, took up the mantle of those iconic models. Continue reading The BMW 6-Series E24 Coupé profile
Maserati has been building the Quattroporte since the 1960s but it was the fifth generation models (Maserati Quattroporte V) with Ferrari derived engines that raised their profile of these rapid Italian saloons. They’re now a great performance car buy. Continue reading The Maserati Quattroporte V buying guide
The third-generation Nissan Skyline GT-R arrived at a point in the late 1980s when most of the established sportscar players were relying more on their reputations than cutting-edge tech to sell their products. Now the R32 is an icon! Continue reading The Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 buying guide
The Triumph TR3 is your typical classic British roadster. No frills, no gimmicks – pure driving pleasure is paramount here. In our Triumph TR3 guide, you can find out what should be considered when buying this icon. Continue reading The Triumph TR3 profile: Still an entry level roadster?
The very first car to be built at the firm’s new headquarters in Gaydon, the Aston Martin DB9 was an impressive piece of kit back in 2004. Thanks to continuous upgrades to the chassis and powertrain, it got better over the years and is now a fantastic modern classic.
Most Porsche drivers are traditionalists. Just as in 1964 when many loyal 356 drivers found the first 911 a difficult departure from what they knew, the water-cooled Porsche 996 in 1997 was met with shock – but it’s now sought after as a classic Porsche. Continue reading The Porsche 996 profile
The Ferrari 360 Modena may have had the unenviable task of replacing the much-loved F355, but it came prepared, arriving in 1999 with a raft of new technological innovations. Today, it is a highly desirable junior supercar.