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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.
The 427 established a benchmark time of 14.5 seconds for the 0-100-0 run. Remarkable stuff.
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.
And that brings the AC Cobra story up to date.
Simple and fast: here's what goes into a Mustang FIA racer.
The Countach powers up.
The end of an era.
Once an expensive must-have for the '70s Jet Set, the whale-tail 911 Turbo is now half the price of an early 911 - and it's a much better car than legend suggests.
Countach for the purist: the unadorned LP400, with a surprising amount of curvature in its shape.
Inherently tough as a road car, the Amazon is cheaper to rally-prep than a 911 or Escort.