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Top 10: February 2014's most popular classic cars

It's interesting to see that despite being in the midst of one of the wettest winters in modern history, interest in classic cars showed no time of abating over what was already a record January. HJClassics readers seem to be piling in and checking out our reviews section, which is packed with data, production history, road tests and buying guides for hundreds of classic cars.

We recently changed the way we're counting up your Top 10, basing it on page views in the reviews section as recorded by Google. In February, it's been a case of business as usual, with the usual suspects - all Mercedes-Benz - sitting at the top of the list. But the strange incursion of the Mitsubishi Delica is something to be watched, is this down to the wet weather? But the presence of the Mazda MX-5 proves that at least some of you are made of hardy stuff. It will be interesting to see whether the Delica will be around much in the coming months.

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BMW 3-Series

Back in the 1980s, these were bought in their droves by yuppies out to impress their colleagues, and tell the world that they were a 'driver'. Blessed with great handling (unless too wet or slippery), and high quality build build, they deserved rather more than to be treated like a simple status symbol. Today, the whiff of red braces has long gone, and you're left with a traditionally styled classic with tons of 1980s tech to keep you mobile all through the year. A thoroughly good car; and great in M3 and 325i forms.

Read the BMW 3-Series review


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