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John Player Special BMW 635CSi Come to Europe

As a life long non-smoker, it comes as a surprise to some that I love JPS Black and Gold. I've written before about how, as someone exposed to…

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The Fastest Electric Car in the World? Meet the NIO EP9

While we will always love the bark of a Cosworth DFV on startup and the sound of Schumacher's V12 Ferrari around Monza will be forever in our hearts,…

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Driving the Elva Mk7

For many, the definitive 1960’s sports racing car was the Lotus 23 and 23B. The elegant lines represented everything that was desirable at the time…

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Three Recreations That Won’t Quite Break The Bank

The desire for iconic historic race car ownership has never been stronger. With the 'continuation' and 'recreation' industry booming, the most…

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Jaguar XJ220 for sale in 1992 side view

Jaguar XJ220 – The Saturday Club Supercar

Imagine you’re a fly on the wall at the 1988 British Motor Show. On Jaguar’s stand, basking under the flashbulbs of the world’s press is a very low,…

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On Board The Lancaster PA474

Ever since I was a kid, I've had a love for the Avro Lancaster that flies with the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. This love is probably entirely…

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