Classic & Sports Car magazine is the market-leading magazine for enthusiasts buying, maintaining, restoring or dreaming about classic cars. It provides authoritative and entertaining coverage of all types of classic cars, from mainstream favourites such as MGBs and Jaguar E-types to one-offs, prototypes and great racers. Every month Classic & Sportscar magazine brings you over 240 pages of the very best journalism and photography dedicated to the world of classic and sports cars! It is the world’s best-selling classic car magazine, almost a bible that all others aspire to.
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Classic & Sports Car – September 2017£4.90
What is in this issue of Classic & Sports Car you ask? Find out below…
- The Gallery
- Your Events
- Lost & Found
- Mick Walsh – From the cockpit
- James Elliot – Misfire
- Simon Taylor – Full throttle
- Martin Buckley – Backfire
- Motoring Art
- Classic Shrines
- Next Month
- Roadsters To Buy Now – Bargain V8 drop-tops from Mercedes, Jaguar and Maserati go head to head
- Lagonda’s Finest Hour – Mick Walsh examines the magnificent V12 that took the world by storm
- Anniversary Of An Icon – C&SC Heads to Castle Combe to fete six decades of Lotus’ GT masterpiece
- The Greatest Bristol? – Martin Buckley reckons that the underrated 603 deserves the crown
- Perennial Peugeot – The story of a 504 cabriolet that’s been in the same family since new
- Shaping Aston’s Future – The Ian Callum-styled ’90s concept that ushered in the firm’s modern era
- The British In Vancouver – Canadian show celebrates UK classics
- Rebirth of a Daimler – The Dart that went from daily-driver to neglected project to rebuilt beauty
- Small Town Luxury – Vanden Plas 1.7 vs Citroen GS Pallas
All this plus loads more!
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Classic & Sportscar August 2017£4.90
In the latest issue of Classic & Sports Car, we have an exclusive drive of the sports car that started a British dynasty, the Austin-Healey.
There’s a definitive buyer’s guide to the BMW E30, a sublime classic rebuild of the Datsun 240Z and the return of the ’90s tearaways: the Peugeot 306 Rallye, Ford’s Racing Puma and the Honda Integra Type R.
PLUS much more!
Classic & Sportscar Summer 2017£5.50
Classic & Sports Car presents a special Summer issue dedicated to the iconic Ferrari marque to mark the 70th birthday of the legendary Maranello institution.
Featuring a triple test on the Testarossa, a look at the great 250 GTO, a tour of ‘hidden’ Maranello and much more, it’s a must-have issue for classic car enthusiasts.
Copies are available in the stores from 22nd June 2017 but you can pre-order your copy now. Cover image subject to change.
Classic & Sportscar July 2017£4.90
In this issue of Classic & Sportscar: Lamborghini vs De Tomaso. Can crossbreed Pantera humble pedigree Countach?
Plus 2 great exclusives ! Lambo saviour breaks silence, and Epic 455bhp Countach QV ‘Downdraft’
Mercedes’ amazing Riviera reunion
Buy tech without rears! in depth NSU Ro80 guide
’70s sporting saloons; RS2000, Tiger and Firenza
Porsche 911E 2.4 Targa, an incredible restoration
And much more!
Classic & Sports Car June 2017£4.90
In the latest issue of Classic & Sports Car: Wildest Porsches: Every Ruf from CTR to 850bhp Rt12R and the best of the rest, all you need to know about buying a Nissan 350Z and Simca takes on Morris.
PLUS all Frazer Nash’s post-war greats, ultra-rare Mercedes 600, amazing Vauxhall restoration and much more!
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Classic & Sports Car May 2017£4.90
Inside this month’s issue of Classic & Sports Car: 1970’s best buys – 10 great sports cars to snap up this spring from just £5000, Uniquely beautiful Bugatti Type 55, TVR takes on Marcos, Life and times of an Islero and top 1950’s baby saloons – Lancia Appia & Riley 1.5.
PLUS Renault Sport Clio, Driving an F1 jet car, Borgward’s big gamble and much more!
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Classic & Sports Car April 2017£4.90
The brand-new April issue of Classic & Sports Car is now on the shelves, and it’s stuffed with incredible content. Here’s our roundup of this month’s must-rear features, including the sublime Ferrari Lusso and a trio of young pretenders: the best hot hatches from the turn of the millennium.
8. MG SV
One of the most exciting and powerful MGs ever produced first broke cover at the Frankfurt Show in 2001. Mike Taylor delves into the history of the fascinating X Power SV, in the process reuniting designer Peter Stevens and production engineer Ian Moreton with the wild V8-powered GT 15 years on.
7. SS2 Sports
The SS2 grew out of Swallow Sidecars and into Jaguar, but it was never a product of either. Just a handful of examples are thought to remain, including Bernard Rice’s stunning show car. Discover the complete history of the model, plus a story of perseverance and dedication lasting for decades that took Rice’s car from languishing in a lockup to the show fields of Essex.
6. Ford vs Singer
If you were in the market for a practical estate car in the early 1960s, chances are you would be swayed by either the Singer Vogue or Ford Consul Cortina Super. Both share styling cues from across the Atlantic, but is it the finned Singer or plastic-clad Cortina that more draws you in? Andrew Roberts discusses the pros and cons with owners Steve Brown and David Angel.
5. The lost Nürburgring portfolio
In 1958, a tourist took a series of magical photographs at the 1958 German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring before putting them away for 58 years. We’ve published the highlights of that collection, while Simon Taylor tells the story of the intrepid photographer alongside that of the tragic race.
4. Hot hatch heroes
Renault, Honda and Ford tore up the front-drive rulebook at the turn of the millennium with three incredible tin-tops that embodied the spirit of early pioneers like the 205 and Golf GTIs. We pit Renault Sport Clio 182 Trophy against Honda Civic Type R and Ford Focus RS to determine which makes the best case for joining your fleet. Make no mistake: the time to buy is now.
3. The beast of Anaheim
The Cheetah was one of the best looking and ferociously quick GTs of its generation, but its drivers had to battle with heat exhaustion and wild handling. Mick Walsh tells the compelling story of its early beginnings and race career before being shoe-horned into the famous Clarence Dixon Cadillac-liveried car for a heart-stopping drive at Goodwood.
2. Ferrari Lusso
Unquestionably one of the most beautiful Ferraris ever built, the 250GT Lusso has for far too long been under appreciated by people who unfairly fault it only for not being what it was never intended to be. James Page gets to grips with a stunning example.
1. Ultimate Sunbeam Tiger
The final Sunbeam Tiger rolled off the production line 50 years ago. We mark the occasion by driving the ultimate V8 Tiger belonging to Sunbeam Tiger Owners’ Club member Graham Vickery. “It may still bear the poor man’s Cobra sobriquet,” says Vickery, “but unlike the AC, the Tiger is a car for all tastes and you can make it whatever you want it to be – a street rod, rally car, circuit racer or long-distance GT.”
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