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We’re smashing into summer with our brand-new issue featuring a trio of hot supercars to set your pulses racing.
But, as you’ll discover below, this month’s second triple-test couldn’t be more different – there’s certainly something for every classic car enthusiast’s taste within the covers of our latest magazine!
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Here’s a preview of our latest magazine…
Here they are in all their glory.
We unite a Lamborghini Countach 5000 qv, a Porsche 911 (930) turbo and a Ferrari Testarossa in the ultimate automotive ’80s retrospective.
You’ll be pleased to know the era’s fashions aren’t featured.
And there’s more – we’re also checking out some of the decade’s other supercars from Honda, De Tomaso and Lotus, among others, from page 84.
Little red roadster
Our next pick from the August 2020 issue of C&SC couldn’t be more different.
Mick Walsh tells the tale of this fabulous Frua-styled Maserati A6GCS that was built to upstage Ferrari – and inside and out, it doesn’t disappoint.
Turn to page 108 and read its story.
A passionate revival
The gleaming chromework of this Duesenberg Model SJ is the result of a labour of love and a determination to do things right.
Our Greg MacLeman meets the father and son team for whom this restoration, from little more than a chassis and bits to the exquisite machine you see here, was about much more than returning a classic to the road.
We promised a second trio… And, like we said, these three couldn’t be much more different from our cover stars.
This time it is a Citroën Ami 8 Break, a Volkswagen Beetle and a Honda N360, cars that form the collection of an owner with a love of, you guessed it, small, air-cooled cars.
Martin Buckley meets him and discovers the allure of these lesser-seen classics.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! For all this and more, including a review of where the classic market stands in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and an MGF Buyer’s Guide, don’t miss the August 2020 issue of C&SC.
It’s on sale now. Buy a single issue here or subscribe here, or enjoy our digital edition, either bundled with the magazine and with our super offer here, on its own here, or on services such as Readly, Exact Editions and Zinio.
We hope you enjoy it!
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