Welcome to the November 2020 issue of Classic & Sports Car, and this month our cover feature is the marvellous Morgan +4 and its incredible seven-decade lifespan.
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Read on for a preview of our November 2020 issue…
First to last
Our Jack Phillips samples two rare special editions, as the Morgan +4 as we know it finally bows out after 70 years of open-air thrills.
And putting a last-of-the-line Anniversary edition head-to-head with one of the cars that made the model’s name proves, that even after so long, little has changed, which is all part of the charm.
Following a painstaking rebuild, this pretty little Alfa Romeo GTA is fighting fit once more. Well, it was a car which none other than Jochen Rindt campaigned en route to Formula One glory.
Mick Walsh is the lucky chap who gets behind the wheel to sample this sweet, distinctive classic racer.
You’ll never have seen something like this before – it’s a one-off Frua-designed Jaguar S-type.
Join Martin Buckley from p136 of our November 2020 issue as he unravels the tale of this charismatic Coventry coupé with its distinctly Latin style.
Fiat’s Panda at 40
Giorgetto Giugiaro’s indomitable Fiat Panda turns 40 this year, so this month we pay tribute to this tiny yet talented classic.
Proving that age, like power, is nothing but a number, Richard Heseltine takes this under-the-radar icon out for a spin.
Also in our latest magazine, we are trekking across the Sahara and celebrating 100 years of Alvis – and that’s just scratching the surface. Plus we have all our regular news, columns, auction updates, historic motorsport round-up and more.
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