The February 2023 issue of Classic & Sports Car is on sale now, packed with compelling stories from across the classic spectrum.
Be it pre-war racers, affordable supercars, ’60s saloons – or even a double-decker bus! – there’s something for everyone.
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So without further ado, here’s just a taster of what you’ll find inside the February 2023 issue of Classic & Sports Car.
In the late 1980s, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Lotus fielded their best-yet compact, practical and affordable supercars in an effort to secure all-important volume sales.
Aaron McKay takes the Ferrari 328, Lamborghini Jalpa and Lotus Esprit Turbo on a wintry blast to the driving roads of Cheddar Gorge to see how they stack up.
Paris when it sizzles
Few vehicles can match the glamour of the French capital, but the Jean Bugatti-styled Type 57 Atalante is the perfect partner to take in the beauty of Paris by night.
Martin Buckley relishes the chance to get behind the wheel of one of the rare sunroof-equipped coupés ahead of its auction with Artcurial at Rétromobile in February.
Best of British woodies
Driving a rare and handsome Austin A70 Hereford estate car, as we explore the cult of the half-timbered British estate cars which prove that you don’t need to head Stateside for a stylish surf wagon, from the everyman Morris Traveller to exclusive coachbuilt Rolls-Royce and Bentley shooting brakes.
Jaguar was always at the top of Britain’s mainstream luxury car offerings, but when BMC arranged the fitment of a rarefied Rolls-Royce engine into its Vanden Plas Princess range-topper, wealthy buyers suddenly had a difficult choice to make.
Martin Buckley discovers whether a Crewe powerplant is enough to turn the big Farina-styled Vanden Plas 4 litre R into a genuine rival for the Jaguar S-type 3.4 against which it was priced to go head-to-head.
And that’s not all, we’ve also got our regular columnists, updates from the C&SC fleet, news, historic motorsport, our team’s highlights of 2022, a Buyer’s guide to the Land Rover Discovery and much more.
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