For the latest classic car news, features, buyer’s guides and classifieds, sign up to the C&SC newsletter here
The new issue of Classic & Sports Car is here and with a bright yellow Datsun 240Z on the cover, we’re delighted to say you’ll be hard-pushed to miss it!
But that’s not all from the Land of the Rising Sun, as we bring together six pioneering Japanese classics that kick-started their now-prevalent brands’ presence on British roads – and each is fascinating in itself.
Indeed, with classics from Italy, France and the US, as well as some homegrown heroes, there’s something for everyone in our latest issue.
The fabulous Datsun 240Z changed perceptions of what Japan could create – and still thrills, impresses and charms today.
Greg MacLeman is the lucky chap who gets behind the wheel to revisit the joy of the Z.
It’s dream drive time as we’re following in the wheeltracks of legends.
As James Mitchell says, this Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa “represents one of the great cars, built by one of the greatest works racing departments, during possibly its greatest era of racing” – well, this very car did secure victory at the 1960 Le Mans.
You don’t want to miss this, so turn to page 114 of our March 2020 magazine and get stuck in.
Jaguar XJ-S vs Lotus Elite
If this pairing seems a little odd to you, consider it as the modern gran turismo, approached from opposite ends of the GT spectrum.
He may never have secured the ultimate prize in rallying, but Markku Alén is without doubt one of the sport’s greatest talents and biggest stars.
Plus, you’ll also get the latest classic car news, historic motorsport, auction updates, product reviews and all the rest of our regular content.