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Classic & Sports Car

Sep 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

GREATEST GARDEN PARTY RETURNS • The Duke of Richmond & Gordon welcomed the great and the good of the motoring world back to his front lawn for a Festival of Speed to remember

THE C&SC TEAM’S GOODWOOD FAVOURITES

SHELSLEY TURNS ALL NOSTALGIC

London Classic’s model celebrations

’VETTES FOR NATIONALS

EXCLUSIVE CONCOURS OF ELEGANCE TICKET OFFER

AMELIA ACQUIRED

FUTURE WRITERS SOUGHT

EARLIEST ASTON LAUDED

HATCHES SCRAMBLED

Staffs is full of eastern promise

RAZOREDGE RETURNS

NO CHANGE FOR CAR TAX

AUSTIN’S OFFICE SHUFFLE

YOU AND YOUR GARAGE

BROADPEAK MEETS BEGIN

HOT-ROD RENDEZVOUS

Jag’s joint birthday bash

Obituary

Federation update

OLD-SCHOOL DUELS AT CASTLE COMBE MEETING

Teams delight in Yorkshire double

EUROPEANS ON TOP AT THE GLEN

IMP COMES KNOCKING

Paddock profile • ERNIE & KAREN GRAHAM

MORE FOR WEST YORKS

AUDI WINS IN HUNGARY

FASA ALPINES RESURFACE IN SPAIN

V12 wonder wedge set for an ’80s revival

FAR-FLUNG FRENCH TOURER RESCUED

Aussie ute is past its best

Soggy Hethel middie is born again

RARE LANCIA WAKES FROM HALF-CENTURY SLUMBER

Look familiar?

HANS SURES • A bit of Californian drawing restoked the fire for this graphic designer

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • “The teacher would ask what we’d done at the weekend, and classmates would talk about hiking. I’d say Le Mans or Monza”

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Davenport liked his cars to be scruffy, unpainted and oily, and wore an old brown smock tied around his waist with baler twine’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘A bucolic gent in overalls held forth to a variety of apparent subordinates, who I later understood were actually customers’

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

DREAM DRIVES ON YOUR DOORSTEP • You don’t have to leave the British Isles to enjoy our favourite driving routes, kicking off with the spectacular North Coast 500

THAT RIVIERA TOUCH • With the Dino and 2300S, everyman marque Fiat set out to prove that Alfa and Lancia didn’t have the monopoly on coupé glamour

FIAT DINO 2000 COUPÉ

FIAT 2300S COUPÉ

A LONG INDIAN SUMMER • Inspired by the story of the maharaja in Mayfair, one couple recalls embarking on an 8000-mile epic adventure across India behind the wheel of their trusty Rolls-Royce

TWO INTO FOUR MUST GO • Top of the rally world just a year apart, but on the road there’s a world of difference between the Audi quattro and Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS

AUDI UR-QUATTRO

SHADOW FACTORIES • Wartime Spitfires, Mosquitos, tanks, Merlin engines… and today’s classic cars? Yes, there is a connection

OLD DOGS, NEW QUICKS • The millennium ushered in a new era for two of Britain’s old stagers, Jensen and Morgan, but the revival wasn’t quite as advertised

MORGAN AERO 8

JENSEN S-V8

MEET THE NEW BOSS • Dominant in 1930s trials with founder Sydney behind the wheel, Allard’s ‘Tailwagger II’ was one of the fastest sports cars of...


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

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  • Release date: August 4, 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

GREATEST GARDEN PARTY RETURNS • The Duke of Richmond & Gordon welcomed the great and the good of the motoring world back to his front lawn for a Festival of Speed to remember

THE C&SC TEAM’S GOODWOOD FAVOURITES

SHELSLEY TURNS ALL NOSTALGIC

London Classic’s model celebrations

’VETTES FOR NATIONALS

EXCLUSIVE CONCOURS OF ELEGANCE TICKET OFFER

AMELIA ACQUIRED

FUTURE WRITERS SOUGHT

EARLIEST ASTON LAUDED

HATCHES SCRAMBLED

Staffs is full of eastern promise

RAZOREDGE RETURNS

NO CHANGE FOR CAR TAX

AUSTIN’S OFFICE SHUFFLE

YOU AND YOUR GARAGE

BROADPEAK MEETS BEGIN

HOT-ROD RENDEZVOUS

Jag’s joint birthday bash

Obituary

Federation update

OLD-SCHOOL DUELS AT CASTLE COMBE MEETING

Teams delight in Yorkshire double

EUROPEANS ON TOP AT THE GLEN

IMP COMES KNOCKING

Paddock profile • ERNIE & KAREN GRAHAM

MORE FOR WEST YORKS

AUDI WINS IN HUNGARY

FASA ALPINES RESURFACE IN SPAIN

V12 wonder wedge set for an ’80s revival

FAR-FLUNG FRENCH TOURER RESCUED

Aussie ute is past its best

Soggy Hethel middie is born again

RARE LANCIA WAKES FROM HALF-CENTURY SLUMBER

Look familiar?

HANS SURES • A bit of Californian drawing restoked the fire for this graphic designer

Book of the month

Model of the month

Product of the month

Tested this month

Mick WALSH • “The teacher would ask what we’d done at the weekend, and classmates would talk about hiking. I’d say Le Mans or Monza”

Simon TAYLOR • ‘Davenport liked his cars to be scruffy, unpainted and oily, and wore an old brown smock tied around his waist with baler twine’

Martin BUCKLEY • ‘A bucolic gent in overalls held forth to a variety of apparent subordinates, who I later understood were actually customers’

Letter of the month

Pedant of the month

Comments & clarif ications

DREAM DRIVES ON YOUR DOORSTEP • You don’t have to leave the British Isles to enjoy our favourite driving routes, kicking off with the spectacular North Coast 500

THAT RIVIERA TOUCH • With the Dino and 2300S, everyman marque Fiat set out to prove that Alfa and Lancia didn’t have the monopoly on coupé glamour

FIAT DINO 2000 COUPÉ

FIAT 2300S COUPÉ

A LONG INDIAN SUMMER • Inspired by the story of the maharaja in Mayfair, one couple recalls embarking on an 8000-mile epic adventure across India behind the wheel of their trusty Rolls-Royce

TWO INTO FOUR MUST GO • Top of the rally world just a year apart, but on the road there’s a world of difference between the Audi quattro and Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS

AUDI UR-QUATTRO

SHADOW FACTORIES • Wartime Spitfires, Mosquitos, tanks, Merlin engines… and today’s classic cars? Yes, there is a connection

OLD DOGS, NEW QUICKS • The millennium ushered in a new era for two of Britain’s old stagers, Jensen and Morgan, but the revival wasn’t quite as advertised

MORGAN AERO 8

JENSEN S-V8

MEET THE NEW BOSS • Dominant in 1930s trials with founder Sydney behind the wheel, Allard’s ‘Tailwagger II’ was one of the fastest sports cars of...


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