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Classic & Sports Car

May 01 2021
Magazine

Classic & Sports Car is the world's best-selling classic car magazine and the undisputed authority for all owners and enthusiasts. Whether your interest is Italian Exotica, British sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s or modern classics, every issue of Classic & Sports Car perfectly complements the sheer joy and nostalgia of owning a classic car.

THE BIG PICTURE

Welcome

WHERE TO PICK UP THE NEXT ISSUE OF C&SC

Classic & Sport Car

HIGH COURT VICTORY TRIGGERS CALLS FOR REGULATION • Better protection for buyers is becoming a hot topic across the classic car industry

DELAGE TOPS THE DELIGHTS DOWN UNDER

Industry set to grow, says FBHVC

HISTORY MOVES ONLINE

LOCALS MASTER THE DOLOMITES

REJIG FOR GOODWOOD MEET

E-TYPES HEAD FOR THE HILL

FERRARIS ASSEMBLE

ARCHIVE ACQUISITION

FARINAS GO VIRTUAL

STUTTGART IN LONDON

FRENCH SHOW SHUFFLED

BROOKLANDS ON SCREEN

Obituaries

Federation update

MOSS MASTERS MONACO • Marking 60 years since ‘The Boy’ landed one of the most famous Grand Prix wins

LOST LAKESIDE ELVAUNEARTHED

LANDAULET LANDS IN WALES

Wankel seeks keen restorer

FERRARI SEES LIGHT OF DAY

LEAF FALLS NEAR TO FAMILYTREE

UNTOUCHED BUICK GOES FROM BARN-FIND TO SHOW STAR

Rare Hartnett woodie lives on Down Under

Barn-find MG PA seeks new owner

Look familiar?

LAURENT PIERSON • A craftsman capable of capturing the brilliance of Bugatti in miniature

Book of the month

Model of the month

Pick of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘During lockdown I’ve been buying broken and tatty Bburago 1:18 Alfas on eBay and rebuilding them as my favourite 8Cs’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘His passion was totally genuine. Even after half a century, every starting grid heralded the start of a new adventure’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘These 8ft-wide, 18ft-long four-seaters were horrid to drive, with disappearing extremities and weirdly supine driving positions’

Developing an appreciation for classic cars with class

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarifications

DIVERGING FORTUNES • The GTS was the last hurrah for the 928, yet the car it was designed to replace, the 911, was just getting into its stride with the Carrera RS 3.8

CHASING UNICORNS • The 911 must be the world’s most ubiquitous supercar. But what if you prefer your prime Porsche to come with a dose of rarity?

HOMAGE TO A LEGEND • What do you do if your dream Bugatti Type 59 no longer exists? Simple, if you’re one of the country’s leading marque specialists: you create your own

FASTEST FILM STARS • The usual suspects, and then some, who turned their hands to motorsport away from the safety of the silver screen

HALO MODELS • The original and most famous The Saint car, the P1800, meets its descendants, from Jensen to Jaguar and back to Volvo

THE OTHER STARS OF THE SAINT

ENTERTAINING IN THE LINE OF FIRE • Built for a record-breaker and used to tour the trenches by movie star George Formby, this unique Mercury has had a varied career

WHEN SIZE MATTERS • For too long overlooked, the big, pioneering Jaguar MkVII and now 60-year-old MkX are ready for their time to bask in the sun

LIVING THE HIGH LIFE • The unique coachbuilt Heuliez Intruder broke new ground by combining sports car looks with Mercedes’ best off-roader

“Dad was determined to keep this one nice; it became a bit of an obsession” • How the dedication of a passionate enthusiast has turned an everyday saloon from Turin into a family treasure

ON THE TRAIL OF ADVENTURE • Photographer Tony...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 228 Publisher: Haymarket Media Group Ltd Edition: May 01 2021

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Classic & Sports Car is the world's best-selling classic car magazine and the undisputed authority for all owners and enthusiasts. Whether your interest is Italian Exotica, British sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s or modern classics, every issue of Classic & Sports Car perfectly complements the sheer joy and nostalgia of owning a classic car.

THE BIG PICTURE

Welcome

WHERE TO PICK UP THE NEXT ISSUE OF C&SC

Classic & Sport Car

HIGH COURT VICTORY TRIGGERS CALLS FOR REGULATION • Better protection for buyers is becoming a hot topic across the classic car industry

DELAGE TOPS THE DELIGHTS DOWN UNDER

Industry set to grow, says FBHVC

HISTORY MOVES ONLINE

LOCALS MASTER THE DOLOMITES

REJIG FOR GOODWOOD MEET

E-TYPES HEAD FOR THE HILL

FERRARIS ASSEMBLE

ARCHIVE ACQUISITION

FARINAS GO VIRTUAL

STUTTGART IN LONDON

FRENCH SHOW SHUFFLED

BROOKLANDS ON SCREEN

Obituaries

Federation update

MOSS MASTERS MONACO • Marking 60 years since ‘The Boy’ landed one of the most famous Grand Prix wins

LOST LAKESIDE ELVAUNEARTHED

LANDAULET LANDS IN WALES

Wankel seeks keen restorer

FERRARI SEES LIGHT OF DAY

LEAF FALLS NEAR TO FAMILYTREE

UNTOUCHED BUICK GOES FROM BARN-FIND TO SHOW STAR

Rare Hartnett woodie lives on Down Under

Barn-find MG PA seeks new owner

Look familiar?

LAURENT PIERSON • A craftsman capable of capturing the brilliance of Bugatti in miniature

Book of the month

Model of the month

Pick of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘During lockdown I’ve been buying broken and tatty Bburago 1:18 Alfas on eBay and rebuilding them as my favourite 8Cs’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘His passion was totally genuine. Even after half a century, every starting grid heralded the start of a new adventure’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘These 8ft-wide, 18ft-long four-seaters were horrid to drive, with disappearing extremities and weirdly supine driving positions’

Developing an appreciation for classic cars with class

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarifications

DIVERGING FORTUNES • The GTS was the last hurrah for the 928, yet the car it was designed to replace, the 911, was just getting into its stride with the Carrera RS 3.8

CHASING UNICORNS • The 911 must be the world’s most ubiquitous supercar. But what if you prefer your prime Porsche to come with a dose of rarity?

HOMAGE TO A LEGEND • What do you do if your dream Bugatti Type 59 no longer exists? Simple, if you’re one of the country’s leading marque specialists: you create your own

FASTEST FILM STARS • The usual suspects, and then some, who turned their hands to motorsport away from the safety of the silver screen

HALO MODELS • The original and most famous The Saint car, the P1800, meets its descendants, from Jensen to Jaguar and back to Volvo

THE OTHER STARS OF THE SAINT

ENTERTAINING IN THE LINE OF FIRE • Built for a record-breaker and used to tour the trenches by movie star George Formby, this unique Mercury has had a varied career

WHEN SIZE MATTERS • For too long overlooked, the big, pioneering Jaguar MkVII and now 60-year-old MkX are ready for their time to bask in the sun

LIVING THE HIGH LIFE • The unique coachbuilt Heuliez Intruder broke new ground by combining sports car looks with Mercedes’ best off-roader

“Dad was determined to keep this one nice; it became a bit of an obsession” • How the dedication of a passionate enthusiast has turned an everyday saloon from Turin into a family treasure

ON THE TRAIL OF ADVENTURE • Photographer Tony...


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