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  • Alfa Romeo 105/115 Series Coupe

    Alfa were on a roll in the 1960’s and after producing cars like the classic Bertone 105-series coupes some 50 years ago, we wonder why they struggled to follow that extraordinary decade of dominance with their subsequent generations of Alfa…..

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  • Opel Ascona 400

    The Group 4 Ascona 400 was intended to put Opel on top of the World Rally Championships (WRC) and in their effort to reach the holy grail, they replaced the aging Kadett GT/E, which was never quite able to break into the big league….

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  • BMW 2002

    Sometimes we need to peer back through history to better understand the current situation and so it is with BMW and its incredible range of vehicles. The iconic M1, M3, M5 etc. most of that success can be attributed to one car, the humble BMW 2002….

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  • Fiat 500

    The Fiat 500 is the iconic car from the 1950’s & 60’s pioneering small car design, providing cheap transportation to the masses as Europe emerged slowly from the ravages of World War 2…..

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  • Lotus Omega/Carlton

    It’s rare for a mainstream automaker to cause such a sensation when launching a family saloon car but back in 1990 GM did just that, releasing onto an un-suspecting European public, the fastest 4 door car ever seen….

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  • First Generation Audi S3

    We are delighted to launch our ‘Featured Car Review’ here on Someday Classics and we begin with Audi’s first venture into the hot-hatch segment, a muscular version of the then current A3 and it was produced in tandem with the original Audi TT Coupé….

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