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  • Ford Escort RS 1700T (1980-1983)

    But there’s good reason for the RS1700T being little more than a footnote in history. The arrival of the Audi Quattro moved the goalposts along in Group B and against the German’s all-wheel drive grip, the RS1700T would be a fruitless money pit……..

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  • Alfa Romeo 6C 3000CM Superflow (1956)

    The Alfa Romeo 6C 3000CM Superflow was a prototype one-off road-going car based on the already beautiful Alfa Romeo Disco Volante. With it been one of a kind, it is about as collectable as they come…….

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  • Bmw 1M E82 Coupe (2011-2012)

    The 1M Coupe is already an icon to BMW enthusiasts and because Munich built very few of them, they will always be saught after. The 1M got the same engine BMW offered in the range-topping Z4 sDrive35is. ……

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  • Audi Allroad Quattro (1999-2006)

    The Allroad is a semi-offroad version which was favoured by veterinary and rural people because of its car like qualities while offering a level of off road traction only available on 4×4 vehicles……..

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  • Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider (Series 1) (1966–1968)

    Forever associated with Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate, the stylish little Duetto didn’t hang around for long at all. The pretty little Pininfarina-styled roadster appeared in 1966 as the final genuinely new variant…….

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  • De Tomaso Pantera GT5 (1980-1991)

    The introduction of the Panteta in the early ‘80s challenged conventions by offering striking aesthetics in an exotic mid-engine layout, plus American-bred V-8 performance and a relatively affordable price tag…….

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  • Porsche 928 GTS (1991 – 1995)

    Packing a massive 5.4lt V8 under it’d long sloping bonnet, the GTS makes 345hp and 369 lb/ft of torque. All of this propels the Porsche flagship from 0-60mph in 5.4 seconds. Handling was significantly better than its rivals back then but it did have the trade off with a bac……..

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  • Lamborghini Jalpa (1981-1988)

    When it comes to italian supercars, Lamborghini are always known to be a bit on the eccentric side. Their cars are dramatic in their styling, something the Lamborghini Jalpa has in spades…….

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  • Ford Escort RS Turbo Series 1 (1985-86)

    The famous RS badge is fitted only to the quickest, most driver-focused Fords – and the Escort RS Turbo is no exception.
    Ask any fast Ford fan what their favourite two letters are, and they’re certain to be RS……..

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  • Chevrolet C2 Corvette Stingray Convertible (1965)

    The distinctive style of the Sting Ray brings us back to the era of the race and speed-record cars. With the use of fibreglass panels, GM ensured that they had a very light car. Instead of the relatively light X-layout of the C1’s chassis, the C2 Corvette boasted a full ladder chassis with a hefty welded “birdcage” passenger cell……..

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