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Classic & Sports Car

Jul 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

HAPPY RETURNS FOR CAR EVENTS • After the most difficult of 12 months, classic gatherings big and small prepare to open their doors

ESSENTIAL DIARY DATES

INDUSTRY REACHES OUT TO NEXT GENERATION

Cadillac heads Oz drive-out

BECOMING A SCRAMBLER

BACK ON TRACK IN LONDON

CLASSIC BRITS ON TOUR

PORSCHE CHECK-UP

BENTLEYS AT BROOKLANDS

REMEMBERING MOSS

Car Journey museum arrives

ALPINE REVIVAL

Safari winner hits Shelsley

GLAMOUR IN LUXEMBOURG

INSIDE THE MOTOR MUSEUM

CHARITABLE ARTWORK

RADFORD TURNS TO LOTUS

Industry trade body launched

Obituaries

Federation update

FULL FESTIVAL BILL DELIGHTS

Lyons rules the Monaco streets

RILEY’S RAINDANCE

CANNONS ON TOP IN TRIALS

Paddock profile

CHAMPION’S NEW ROLE

VOICE OF F1 REMEMBERED

TRAGIC RACER SET TO RETURN

Sale finds a saviour for forgotten saloon

TIME MACHINES IN A TIMEWARP

Deep dive into rare Sanderson’s history

MG DISCOVERY REVEALS A MINOR MYSTERY

FOUR GOES INTO THREE

Change of use helped Crossley keep on trucking

RACING MEMORIES REVIVED

Look familiar? • Want to track down a lost love or looking for history on your current classic? Send details and pictures to the p9 address or email your requests to alastair.clements@haymarket.com

PAUL HOWSE • The supercar designer who took up watercolours for relaxation

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘Lindsay’s pace was no fluke and, masterfully controlling the dreaded side-slip, he took a Herculean second’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Jack Warner had called Dean “a little bastard” for being difficult on set, so Little Bastard was painted on the 550’s tail’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘The engineering folly of its cantilever roof was confirmed by the fact that it was never attempted again. By anyone’

Matching experiences with an unsung Torinese great

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

UNIVERSL APPEAL • Adoration for the long-lived R107 still only grows as it turns 50 – here 300, 350 and 500SL come together to show exactly why

THE R107’S PLACE IN THE CLASSIC MARKET

HARDTOP’S HARD ACT TO FOLLOW

MERCEDES-BENZ R107 SL

“I won many a race behind the wheel of that car, just sitting in the garage” • Time spent in this driver’s seat set one grandchild on a path to America’s most celebrated racing team – and back to behind that very Jaguar XK140’s wheel

FAMILY FORTUNES • Vastly costly new, the four-seater Lamborghini Espada, Ferrari 400GT, Maserati Indy and Iso Lele now lie at the affordable end of the GT spectrum

WINDOW ON THE PAST • Tucked away on a side street in a sleepy French town lies a garage that has barely altered since 1917, but all that is about to change…

BUILDING THE ULTIMATE MULTIPLA • Dreams of driving back from Turin nearly turned into a nightmare, but the resulting project has added engineering fizz to this Fiat 600 Multipla

MODENA, BOLOGNA, STUTTGART… & WOKING? • Taking on the supercar establishment is tough but, as McLaren has...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 236 Publisher: Haymarket Media Group Ltd Edition: Jul 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

HAPPY RETURNS FOR CAR EVENTS • After the most difficult of 12 months, classic gatherings big and small prepare to open their doors

ESSENTIAL DIARY DATES

INDUSTRY REACHES OUT TO NEXT GENERATION

Cadillac heads Oz drive-out

BECOMING A SCRAMBLER

BACK ON TRACK IN LONDON

CLASSIC BRITS ON TOUR

PORSCHE CHECK-UP

BENTLEYS AT BROOKLANDS

REMEMBERING MOSS

Car Journey museum arrives

ALPINE REVIVAL

Safari winner hits Shelsley

GLAMOUR IN LUXEMBOURG

INSIDE THE MOTOR MUSEUM

CHARITABLE ARTWORK

RADFORD TURNS TO LOTUS

Industry trade body launched

Obituaries

Federation update

FULL FESTIVAL BILL DELIGHTS

Lyons rules the Monaco streets

RILEY’S RAINDANCE

CANNONS ON TOP IN TRIALS

Paddock profile

CHAMPION’S NEW ROLE

VOICE OF F1 REMEMBERED

TRAGIC RACER SET TO RETURN

Sale finds a saviour for forgotten saloon

TIME MACHINES IN A TIMEWARP

Deep dive into rare Sanderson’s history

MG DISCOVERY REVEALS A MINOR MYSTERY

FOUR GOES INTO THREE

Change of use helped Crossley keep on trucking

RACING MEMORIES REVIVED

Look familiar? • Want to track down a lost love or looking for history on your current classic? Send details and pictures to the p9 address or email your requests to alastair.clements@haymarket.com

PAUL HOWSE • The supercar designer who took up watercolours for relaxation

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘Lindsay’s pace was no fluke and, masterfully controlling the dreaded side-slip, he took a Herculean second’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Jack Warner had called Dean “a little bastard” for being difficult on set, so Little Bastard was painted on the 550’s tail’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘The engineering folly of its cantilever roof was confirmed by the fact that it was never attempted again. By anyone’

Matching experiences with an unsung Torinese great

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

UNIVERSL APPEAL • Adoration for the long-lived R107 still only grows as it turns 50 – here 300, 350 and 500SL come together to show exactly why

THE R107’S PLACE IN THE CLASSIC MARKET

HARDTOP’S HARD ACT TO FOLLOW

MERCEDES-BENZ R107 SL

“I won many a race behind the wheel of that car, just sitting in the garage” • Time spent in this driver’s seat set one grandchild on a path to America’s most celebrated racing team – and back to behind that very Jaguar XK140’s wheel

FAMILY FORTUNES • Vastly costly new, the four-seater Lamborghini Espada, Ferrari 400GT, Maserati Indy and Iso Lele now lie at the affordable end of the GT spectrum

WINDOW ON THE PAST • Tucked away on a side street in a sleepy French town lies a garage that has barely altered since 1917, but all that is about to change…

BUILDING THE ULTIMATE MULTIPLA • Dreams of driving back from Turin nearly turned into a nightmare, but the resulting project has added engineering fizz to this Fiat 600 Multipla

MODENA, BOLOGNA, STUTTGART… & WOKING? • Taking on the supercar establishment is tough but, as McLaren has...


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