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This super C5 is ripe for the picking.
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Ever wondered how a four-stroke gas engine actually works? Wonder no longer...
Ever wondered how ABS works and what it's for? Wonder no longer...
Twenty years ago, the new EB110 was the ultimate exotic, and laid the foundations on which the mighty Veyron now stands. And one almost-forgotten example just may have contributed a major share of the bricks and mortar...
Lee Iacocca’s Jet Age Cruiser.
One's an Austin-Healey, the other an MG. Either is a great-handling choice for the track.
And that brings the AC Cobra story up to date.
Performance wasn’t sparkling but that didn’t stop Ford granting Angliss rights to the Cobra name.
Sporting fat white stripes and treating everyone to a dose of supercharger whine, it's full of the original car's spirit.
The 212S/C is supremely quick and agile, even if the chassis doesn’t quite cope with its surfeit of Norfolk power.
As fine a road car as the Shelby Cobra makes, the real reason the Texan created the Anglo-American hybrid sports car was to be successful in motor sport.
The end of an era.
A cute Italian, cheaper than an Alfa - and possessed of a chassis that doesn't seem to know it's front drive
Fancy racing in packs with less than 50bhp to play with? Then a 2CV could be for you. Here's what goes into a tin snail - with added Tabasco.
Here's what goes into an FIA-type racer - and what it will cost you.
Simple and fast: here's what goes into a Mustang FIA racer.
Whether for trials or racing, this is what goes into the vintage tiddler.