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Welcome to the brand-new issue of Classic & Sports Car – and it is a special one, because our January 2021 magazine celebrates the 60th anniversary of none other than the Jaguar E-type.
But there’s lots more than this much-loved model in store for you as you can find out by scrolling down, plus you can read the full results of our Club Awards 2020 – congratulations to our worthy winners.
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Read on for a preview of our January 2021 magazine…
Jaguar E-type at 60
It might be hard to believe that the E-type is 60 years old, but the reactions from passers-by during our photoshoot prove it has lost none of its charisma.
Richard Heseltine brings flat-floor first and Commemorative edition last together to celebrate this important diamond jubilee – and don’t miss the rest of our E-type celebration.
It could hardly be more different from p110, as Greg MacLeman rewinds to 1930s and ’40s America to soak in the culture of woodies.
All hail the Evo!
It is time for a change of pace from p142 as Jack Phillips gets behind the wheel of the best and last Evos to mark Mitsubishi’s departure from the UK market.
With extraordinary, no-compromise performance and true sporting pedigree, this is a ferocious twin test.
Back for good
Some things were just meant to be, right? It certainly seemed that way when our Alastair Clements met an Alfa Romeo owner who loved and cherished her Spider for 30 years, then sold it but is now reunited with it.
It’s a heartwarming tale and one thing’s for sure, this time it is definitely a keeper!
We’ve all this plus barn-finds, bubble cars and so much more in the January 2021 edition of Classic & Sports Car, as well as our regular news, columns, auction updates and historic motorsport round-up.
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