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1985 Subaru XT

When Fuji Heavy Industries showcased all its automotive technology in the Subaru XT, it unknowingly created the Japanese ‘evo’ car as we know it. We drive the UK’s only remaining roadworthy manual example.

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1992 Alfa Romeo 155 GTA Stradale

I had threatened to produce a road going 155 GTA Stradale but only got as far as a single prototype. So, to hell with still — born projects of which the automotive world has amassed sheds full over the years.

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1967 AC 289 Sports

The 1967 AC 289 Sports wears no Cobra badging, but it sang the swansong for the original speedcrazed snake. Just 27 were made – we drive the final right-hand-drive example built.

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1989 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 964

In Dave Goodwin’s pursuit of Porsche perfection, this 1989 964 Carrera 2 has undergone serious transformation...

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2024 Porsche 718 Cayman "Style Edition" UK-spec 982C

Resplendent in a lick of Ruby Star Neo, the 982C 718 Cayman Style Edition certainly draws attention, which seems to be the primary reason for its existence...

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1987 Koenig Testarossa

Why settle for the subtle pleasures of a regular Ferrari Testarossa when Koenig-Specials could create something a little more forthright. We try one of the 21 built to see if it was a good idea. This one has 800bhp…

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1983 Lamborghini Countach 5000S

German cars dominate Rob Castilla’s classic car CV. Time, then, to put him in a timewarp Lamborghini Countach 5000S to find out exactly where his automotive loyalties lie.

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1973 Porsche 911 E 2.4 Targa

Starting with an experimental semi-open-top 911 in 1965, Porsche developed one of motoring’s most celebrated body styles and named it after a thrilling Sicilian road race…

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Competition car unleashed 1965 Porsche 911 2.0 SWB Rally Star

This blue oyster is almost a blank canvas, certainly in terms of its future competition career. Set up and freshly fettled for present-day historic rallying, it could also be flipped for the Peter Auto 2.0L Cup...

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Testing a Flachbau-styled 1987 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 930

Flachbau holds a special place in the lexicon of Porsche language. Developed for aero effect on the racetrack, the flat-nosed 911 Turbo styling it described became a 1980s icon. With less than a thousand examples built, the real deal is both rare and expensive, which is where this stunning replica comes in...

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First long-wheelbase Porsche 911 E Prototype rides again

Not only is this the earliest long-wheelbase 911, it also boasts a huge number of factory firsts on account of it being kept by Porsche as a testbed for a wealth of prototype parts...

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2023 Ferrari SP3 Daytona

The SP3 Daytona blends Ferrari’s past, present and future in one delectable, V12-powered whole. Does it make history, or merely look longingly to the past?

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1986 Ralliart Group A Mitsubishi Starion

This was one of the first Ralliart cars built. We drive it, and meet two other examples that prove the Mitsubishi Starion is an unsung motor sport hero.

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1969 Lamborghini Islero 400 S

The List Reader Stephen Marshall steps into a Roger Moore-style Lamborghini Islero. From a list filled with movie and TV show star cars, will Stephen Marshall’s ultimate choice of the Lamborghini Islero 400 S haunt him for ever, or produce a special bond?

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1980 BMW M1 3.5 Coupe E26

The history of the E26 BMW M1 is a tragic one. First, Lamborghini put the entire project in jeopardy, then the botched Group 4 homologation and the second oil crisis shocked everyone. But owning one of the only 453 mid-engine speedsters built as a result is all the more enjoyable, as Reiner Ahrend knows.

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