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One's an Austin-Healey, the other an MG. Either is a great-handling choice for the track.
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At the top historic level, this is what goes into it, and this is what it will take.
A cute Italian, cheaper than an Alfa - and possessed of a chassis that doesn't seem to know it's front drive
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Countach for the purist: the unadorned LP400, with a surprising amount of curvature in its shape.
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An '80s icon.
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The end of an era.
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 427 established a benchmark time of 14.5 seconds for the 0-100-0 run. Remarkable stuff.
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