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Ford Capri Mk3

The final – and some would say ultimate – Capri arrived in 1977. And with the minimum of effort on Ford’s part, it put right just about all of the Mk2’s flaws. Designated Project Carla, the re-invigorated coupe looked mean and moody, and proved that the Ford stylists had not lost their magic touch. In fact, it is hard to believe that in terms of styling, the only major differences between the Mk2 and Mk3 amounted to a re-profiled bonnet leading edge,...

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Citroen 2CV and 2CV6

Designed before the Second World War, Citroën 2CV was conceived to motorise France's rural population....

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Honda S2000

Honda took nearly 30 years to replace its S800 sports car – but we reckon the S2000 was well worth the...

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Latest News

Top 10: Christmas gifts for classic car lovers

Find the perfect gift for the petrolhead in your life with our handy guide.

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“World’s Finest” RHD 1989 Porsche Speedster in Historics 24th November Classic Car Auction

Historics 24th November Classic Car Auction at Mercedes Benz World, Brooklands offers a 1989 Porsche 930 Speedster, plus 13 other Porsches.

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A Grand Monday: Ford Fiesta Flight

Once seen on every street corner in Britain, most of this generation of Fiestas are now rotten and forgotten. Here's one to preserve.

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Future Classic: Range Rover L322

The car that truly marked out Range Rover as a luxury brand may have a 'footballer's wife' image, but its future classic status is guaranteed.

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Superstar sale for Silverstone Auctions at NEC show

Silverstone Auctions saw a number of high-profile celebrity owned classic cars move on to new homes this weekend.

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Will it be classic?

Future Classic: Range Rover L322

The car that truly marked out Range Rover as a luxury brand may have a 'footballer's wife' image, but its future classic status is guaranteed.

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Future Classic Friday: Lotus Exige Series 1 & 2

The Exige was so much more than a hardtop Elise - its future classic status is guaranteed.

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Future Classic Friday: Renault Sport Clio V6

The smallest supercar in the world was woefully flawed but wonderful for it - its future classic status is guaranteed.

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Future Classic Friday: Peugeot 406

Star of both the taxi rank and the Taxi! film, the Peugeot 406 is rapidly dwindling in numbers. Is now the time to flag one down?

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Future Classic Friday: Alfa Romeo 159

Replacing what the press called the 'best Alfa Romeo ever' was never going to be easy. But the 156's replacement pretty much nailed it...

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Comment

Why we should be backwards in looking forwards

Henry Ford once said 'history is bunk', but as arch-rival Vauxhall's Heritage Collection marks its 70th anniversary, we couldn't disagree more...

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What the ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars means for classics

Plans to ban sales of all new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040 have been set out by the Government - but is it good news for older vehicles?

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Heroes: Dan Gurney

Motorsport heroes don't come much bigger than American racing legend Dan Gurney.

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Comment: Could the new MG be China's Datsun 240Z?

MG Motor has just whipped the hanky off its new all-electric E-Motion sports car. But what does this mean for the future of the iconic brand?

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Why Edd China was right to quit Wheeler Dealers

For an entire generation of petrolheads, Edd China was an indispensable guide to the oily bits of cars.

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Top 10s

Top 20: 1980s hot hatches

Here are 20 1980s hot hatchbacks that you can buy for less than £3000.

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Top 20: Fastest disappearing cars from UK roads

We've been crunching data again to come up with the definitive list of cars that are most rapidly disappearing from our roads - and looking at the 20 cars featured, it's a case of natural selection working in our favour.

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Top 20: The best Bond cars

To mark the sad news that Roger Moore has died, we've put together 20 of our favourite Bond cars - including that Lotus Esprit.

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Top 10: Most expensive classic cars sold at auction

Investment in classic cars has boomed over the past five years. Here are the ten most expensive ever sold at auction

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Top 10: Bargain BMWs

Looking for a modern-classic BMW on a tight budget? We've got ten to consider.

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Curios and concepts

Rover CCV

The Rover CCV was launched at Turin in April 1986, and pointed to an exciting and dynamic future for its maker. Shame it didn't pan out that way...

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Triumph Fury

The Triumph Fury was a little more than a motor show crowd pleaser – it was a hint at what Triumph could really achieve with its sports car range during the 1960s. Robert Leitch explains how the Fury came about…

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Audi Quattro Spyder

The Audi Quattro Spyder was a rolling test-bed of ideas for a future mid-engined sports car, built specifically with production in mind. Which might explain why when it was first show at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1991, it had buyers reaching for their chequebooks.

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Curios: Volkswagen Country Buggy

If we asked you to name a Beetle-based utility vehicle, you'd probably say Kubelwagen. But there was another - the Country Buggy.

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Audi factory Museum - Ingolstadt

We pay a visit to the Audi Museum in Ingolstadt and chart the history of the company in some very impressive surroundings...

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