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Classic & Sports Car

Aug 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

E-TYPE SWINGS PAST 60 AT HISTORIC CLIMB • Coventry and Cowley took over Shelsley for the E-type 60 event with a Mini supporting cast

KEEPING A LIGHTWEIGHT CAT

PUTTING EIGHT INTO E-TYPE

H6B AND CAN-AM STEP OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Twin Scramble takes Bicester to capacity

SHOW MUST GO ON SAYS NEC THEME

REVIVAL RACES TAKE SHAPE

CLASSIC CAR MEAT UP

WHO GIVES YOU FIVA?

NEW MOSS MEMORIAL

RAC OPENS NOMINATIONS

Lotus racer enjoys moment in the sun

FIVA wants action on low-emission zones

DIAMOND DAYS IN CREWE

PERFECT RIDES AT GOODWOOD

RETURN OF PARIS RUN

AUTO ROYALE OFF

CONCOURS FOR FLORIDA

BELGIAN EVENT GROWS

Obituaries

Federation update

SUMMER STARTS WITH AN OVERDUE VICTORY

Thunder in the Brands Hatch sun

NORTHERN DELIGHTS

HISTORICS HIT HAMPSHIRE

Paddock profile

MILLE MIGLIA HISTORY BID

STUTTGART TO SPEEDWAY

LOCKED-UP JAG OUT OF LOCKDOWN

2CV IS BOG STANDARD

BSA edges closer to finally hitting the road

MISFIT ASTON MARTIN IS A HISTORIC FIND

Bucknall B prime for long overdue revival

FARMLAND FIND REMAINS THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE

Holiday pal’s Imp pair is preserved

FORD PULLFORD DRAWN ABROAD

Look familiar?

PAUL WHITE • Pencil drawing and classic muscle cars fire up this award-winning Australian artist

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘The fabulous Delage sprint cars were super-exotic for the age, and among the first to be wind-tunnel tested’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘When my article hit the newsstands, some voiced the view that March stood for “Much Advertised Racing Car Hoax”’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘Manzù made a great impression on Giacosa, who devotes many warm words to the young lad in his classic memoir’

Triumph’s missed opportunity

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

BETTER, LATE & CLEVER • They weren’t first to the supercar party, but Ferrari and Maserati came back fighting in 1971 with the innovative 365GT4 Berlinetta Boxer and Bora

MASERATI BORA

FERRARI 365GT4 BB

IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE... • Or at least it looked as if it had in 1971, when the outrageous Lamborghini Countach landed. Five decades later, it’s lost none of that impact

GANDINI ON THE BIRTH OF COUNTACH

SUPER ZEROES • As these duffers prove, not every attempt at a supercar for the super ’70s was quite so, well, super

FAMILY VALUED • Despite the famous name and its once mighty empire, duPont cars are all but forgotten – but not lost, as this Model G Speedster confirms

GOING OUT IN STYLE

NATIONALISED PRIDE • Once in a league of its own making, the Renault 16 meets its belated and belittled rival from then newly formed British Leyland, the Austin Maxi

A CHANGE OF HEART • After decades as a family runabout, the mysterious history of Tim Harper’s unique Cosworth-engined Morgan 4/4 finally began to reveal itself

EVERYDAY HEROES • Just opened but already making a splash, the Great British Car Journey is taking off

The...


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

E-TYPE SWINGS PAST 60 AT HISTORIC CLIMB • Coventry and Cowley took over Shelsley for the E-type 60 event with a Mini supporting cast

KEEPING A LIGHTWEIGHT CAT

PUTTING EIGHT INTO E-TYPE

H6B AND CAN-AM STEP OUT OF THE SHADOWS

Twin Scramble takes Bicester to capacity

SHOW MUST GO ON SAYS NEC THEME

REVIVAL RACES TAKE SHAPE

CLASSIC CAR MEAT UP

WHO GIVES YOU FIVA?

NEW MOSS MEMORIAL

RAC OPENS NOMINATIONS

Lotus racer enjoys moment in the sun

FIVA wants action on low-emission zones

DIAMOND DAYS IN CREWE

PERFECT RIDES AT GOODWOOD

RETURN OF PARIS RUN

AUTO ROYALE OFF

CONCOURS FOR FLORIDA

BELGIAN EVENT GROWS

Obituaries

Federation update

SUMMER STARTS WITH AN OVERDUE VICTORY

Thunder in the Brands Hatch sun

NORTHERN DELIGHTS

HISTORICS HIT HAMPSHIRE

Paddock profile

MILLE MIGLIA HISTORY BID

STUTTGART TO SPEEDWAY

LOCKED-UP JAG OUT OF LOCKDOWN

2CV IS BOG STANDARD

BSA edges closer to finally hitting the road

MISFIT ASTON MARTIN IS A HISTORIC FIND

Bucknall B prime for long overdue revival

FARMLAND FIND REMAINS THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE

Holiday pal’s Imp pair is preserved

FORD PULLFORD DRAWN ABROAD

Look familiar?

PAUL WHITE • Pencil drawing and classic muscle cars fire up this award-winning Australian artist

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • ‘The fabulous Delage sprint cars were super-exotic for the age, and among the first to be wind-tunnel tested’

Simon TAYLOR • ‘When my article hit the newsstands, some voiced the view that March stood for “Much Advertised Racing Car Hoax”’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘Manzù made a great impression on Giacosa, who devotes many warm words to the young lad in his classic memoir’

Triumph’s missed opportunity

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

BETTER, LATE & CLEVER • They weren’t first to the supercar party, but Ferrari and Maserati came back fighting in 1971 with the innovative 365GT4 Berlinetta Boxer and Bora

MASERATI BORA

FERRARI 365GT4 BB

IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE... • Or at least it looked as if it had in 1971, when the outrageous Lamborghini Countach landed. Five decades later, it’s lost none of that impact

GANDINI ON THE BIRTH OF COUNTACH

SUPER ZEROES • As these duffers prove, not every attempt at a supercar for the super ’70s was quite so, well, super

FAMILY VALUED • Despite the famous name and its once mighty empire, duPont cars are all but forgotten – but not lost, as this Model G Speedster confirms

GOING OUT IN STYLE

NATIONALISED PRIDE • Once in a league of its own making, the Renault 16 meets its belated and belittled rival from then newly formed British Leyland, the Austin Maxi

A CHANGE OF HEART • After decades as a family runabout, the mysterious history of Tim Harper’s unique Cosworth-engined Morgan 4/4 finally began to reveal itself

EVERYDAY HEROES • Just opened but already making a splash, the Great British Car Journey is taking off

The...


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