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  • Bmw E28 M5 (1985-1987)

    The M5 is all business like and packaged with the luxury and refinement from the comfortable 5-series, it made the quintessential Q car, nothing to showy on the outside but came packing a heavyweight punch under its bonnet…….

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  • Volkswagen Corrado VR6 (1991-1995)

    The Corrado 2.9lt VR6 arrived in 1991, packing an extra 2 cylinders under its bonnet and raised the power levels to 190hp. Although it gained some extra weight , it still set a blistering 0-60 time of 6.2sec, while top speed increased (147mph)……..

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  • Plymouth Hemi Cuda (1970 – 1971)

    The Barracuda reached its popularity peak in the early 1970s, as the heavily redesigned, third-generation model joined the muscle car wars. Longer and wider, the 1970 Barracuda renounced its Valiant roots and adopted an image of its own…….

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  • Volkswagen Corrado G60 (1988-1991)

    Lancia had purposely built the Stratos with the aim to win the World Championships, coupled with its incredible low height and weight, it was an incredible sight blasting through the rally stages and winning 3 World titles on the trot…….

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  • Porsche 911 (993) Turbo S (1994-1997)

    The 911 (993) is sublime and it is the darling of Porsche enthusiasts around the globe. This was the last classic air-cooled Porsche, and the contrast between it and the modern 911 (991) series is striking. The earlier 911 is more compact, bullet-like and head-turning……..

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  • Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale (1967 – 1969)

    The 33 Stradale is a racing car for the road and if you ever fancied a Le Mans racer, there is surely nothing better. At a recent outing, the rest of the show-goers don’t seem to notice the little Alfa and it as it attracts way less attention than it deserves……..

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  • Ferrari 330 GTC (1966-1968)

    The 330 GTC was a design combination between the Ferrari 275 GTS with the front-end treatment of the Ferrari 500 Superfast.
    It’s cabin came with very slim pillars, which gave it an airy feel and a feeling of lightness plus the added benefit of excellent visibility………

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  • Volkswagen Corrado (1988-1995)

    Designed by Herbert Schäfer who also designed the Porsche 944, a car that the Corrado shares many of its atributes with. Like the Porsche, the Corrado came with a 2+2 seating arrangement and was built on the same platform as the Mk2 Golf……..

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  • Audi 90 Quattro IMSA GTO (1989)

    Audi created an all-new tubular steel space-frame, clothed in a body that resembled the Audi 90 Quattro.
    Audi effectively shoe-horned the mechanical bits of the highly successful Group B world rally car into a silhouette track car………

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  • Alpine A110 (1961-1977)

    Alpine were a small manufacturer who had a knack of making a rear-engine car handle almost as well as a mid-engine one. They used Renault engines to power their little cars which offered a raw, evocative driving experience and all packaged in a unique styling shell……..

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