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Gallery: Top 10 classics at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show

Geneva isn't all premières and glamorous super models - scattered between 2014's touch screen app-equipped must-haves, zero-emission monsters, and garish Euro-tuners were a few historical masterpieces. Avoiding the chrome and carbon plated SUVs, Hypercars from manufacturers, you have never heard of, and the oddly-attired staff on the Skoda stand, Andrew Elphick brings you our favourites from the 84th running of the Salon.

They drew the crowds at Geneva, proving that interest in classics is as high as ever. Enjoy the gallery.

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Alfa Romeo Disco Volante

At 61 years young, the Disco Volante by Touring was the McLaren P1 of its day. Constructed in a Superleggera method of a thin wire frame with alloy coachwork stitched across it, the flying saucer weighed just 735kg, yet had 158bhp to play with. In comparison, the 1953 Morris Minor weighed 40kg more and had 128bhp less at its disposal.


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