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Classic Cars

Dec 01 2021
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 • Full-size luxury classics have been the orphans of the classic car world, but their unique appeal is growing

‘lt’s surpassed all my expectations’ • Eddie wanted to drive the supercar developed by Ayrton Senna so badly that he drove for 12 hours to try one out…

EDDIE’S DREAM DRIVE LIST

[Want a Drive?]

EDDIE’S CAR CV • Eddie’s own cars have hailed from closer to home

Intercept a 2014 bargain in 2021 • Values of Brum’s stylish GT are time-travelling back to cheaper times – but for how long?

ASK QUENTIN

Turbocharged! • Historics scores big with Esprit sale

Market indicators • Despite the steady market rise there are still smart buys to be had if you keep your eyes open

PRICE GUIDE MOVERS

London ULEZ extends • No charge for Historic Vehicles and some imported classics

WHAT THE K500 MARKET INDEX SAYS ABOUT THE AC 428

IN THE TRADE

Winning ways • Jaguar C-type with fine pedigree to star at RM’s London sale

Revival Revived! • First Goodwood Revival in two years sees Moss and BRM celebrated

‘Nash surfaces at Castle Combe • Unique vintage gem raced for first time – but track took its toll

Electric classics charge to NEC • Pioneer classics will be seen in motion in a first for November’s show

October-March highlights

Rare Alfa hidden in the Highlands • One-lady-owner 2600 Spider exhumed after 35 years; will be restored as an heirloom

Next Month • The January issue of Classic Cars is shaping up nicely ON SALE 17TH NOVEMBER 2021

Shelsley’s wall of death

Classic Cars

Quentin Willson • Only the brave took on a V12 supercar back in the Seventies but I recently met a chap whose cheap Ferrari took him on the trip of a lifetime in 1974

John Fitzpatrick • I loved my early VW Golf GTI and even sold them from my own dealership, stealing a march on rivals by importing left-handers straight from Germany

SIZE MATTERS • These five classic heavyweights show that good things can come in multi-tonne packages, too

Steering Crewe’s ships • Mike Dunn oversaw the development of the wallowy Bentley Mulsanne Turbo into the wieldy Turbo R. He gives his insight into the process

The life story of a Lotus Elan Sprint • Glaciers, volcanoes and doctor’s calls, this kit-built Elan and its lifelong owner have done it all

‘What to do with EXP4?!’ • This landmark Bentley had been hidden from view for 50 years before its restorers took on the task of preserving its incredible history while returning it to the road

MY FAVOURITE TOOL

PRIME MOVER • Triumph prototype CP-2-0 was the first TR5 off the Canley assembly line and cautious owners have preserved its originality ever since. We drive Britain’s first fuel-injected production sports car

[What to pay]

Six steps to buying a Opel Manta B • They can be challenging to run, but these drivers’ cars are real bargains – for now

[Owning a Opel Manta B]

[Sponsored by Carole Nash insurance]

ClassicCarsForSale.co.uk

BOOKS & MODELS

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: H BAUER PUBLISHING LIMITED Edition: Dec 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 19, 2021

Formats

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 • Full-size luxury classics have been the orphans of the classic car world, but their unique appeal is growing

‘lt’s surpassed all my expectations’ • Eddie wanted to drive the supercar developed by Ayrton Senna so badly that he drove for 12 hours to try one out…

EDDIE’S DREAM DRIVE LIST

[Want a Drive?]

EDDIE’S CAR CV • Eddie’s own cars have hailed from closer to home

Intercept a 2014 bargain in 2021 • Values of Brum’s stylish GT are time-travelling back to cheaper times – but for how long?

ASK QUENTIN

Turbocharged! • Historics scores big with Esprit sale

Market indicators • Despite the steady market rise there are still smart buys to be had if you keep your eyes open

PRICE GUIDE MOVERS

London ULEZ extends • No charge for Historic Vehicles and some imported classics

WHAT THE K500 MARKET INDEX SAYS ABOUT THE AC 428

IN THE TRADE

Winning ways • Jaguar C-type with fine pedigree to star at RM’s London sale

Revival Revived! • First Goodwood Revival in two years sees Moss and BRM celebrated

‘Nash surfaces at Castle Combe • Unique vintage gem raced for first time – but track took its toll

Electric classics charge to NEC • Pioneer classics will be seen in motion in a first for November’s show

October-March highlights

Rare Alfa hidden in the Highlands • One-lady-owner 2600 Spider exhumed after 35 years; will be restored as an heirloom

Next Month • The January issue of Classic Cars is shaping up nicely ON SALE 17TH NOVEMBER 2021

Shelsley’s wall of death

Classic Cars

Quentin Willson • Only the brave took on a V12 supercar back in the Seventies but I recently met a chap whose cheap Ferrari took him on the trip of a lifetime in 1974

John Fitzpatrick • I loved my early VW Golf GTI and even sold them from my own dealership, stealing a march on rivals by importing left-handers straight from Germany

SIZE MATTERS • These five classic heavyweights show that good things can come in multi-tonne packages, too

Steering Crewe’s ships • Mike Dunn oversaw the development of the wallowy Bentley Mulsanne Turbo into the wieldy Turbo R. He gives his insight into the process

The life story of a Lotus Elan Sprint • Glaciers, volcanoes and doctor’s calls, this kit-built Elan and its lifelong owner have done it all

‘What to do with EXP4?!’ • This landmark Bentley had been hidden from view for 50 years before its restorers took on the task of preserving its incredible history while returning it to the road

MY FAVOURITE TOOL

PRIME MOVER • Triumph prototype CP-2-0 was the first TR5 off the Canley assembly line and cautious owners have preserved its originality ever since. We drive Britain’s first fuel-injected production sports car

[What to pay]

Six steps to buying a Opel Manta B • They can be challenging to run, but these drivers’ cars are real bargains – for now

[Owning a Opel Manta B]

[Sponsored by Carole Nash insurance]

ClassicCarsForSale.co.uk

BOOKS & MODELS

MORE TO...


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