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1961 Porsche 356 B Notchback

We never tire of the Reutter 356’s teardrop lines, but the Karmann notchback is even more of an eye-opener, especially when turned into a 356 GT by marque specialist, PR Services…

1961 AMC Mighty Mite M422

The AMC Mighty Mite was developed for US Marines to transport by helicopter. Massimo Delbo drives a tiny unsung hero of tactical warfare.

1961 Porsche 356B T5 Coupe

Tantamount to the apocryphal barn find, Bob Knight lucked into an unblemished 356 B stashed away since 1973. Replete with a few carefully considered upgrades, the car is now on sale at air-cooled Porsche specialist, Karmann Konnection...

1961 Austin Seven De-Luxe

Brian Birchall says that he likes all cars but Minis clearly hold a special place in his heart as he’s owned quite a few over the years. His latest Mini project is this fine, earlyMk1 but will it be the last one he restores?

1961 Jaguar E-Type Series-1 Lightweight Replica

Not only was this 1961 E-Type the first open-two-seater to feature factory seat belt mountings but it was later transformed into an evocation of the rare Lightweight model.

1961 Buick Invicta

A chance sighting followed by persistence led Tamir Ali to purchase this 1961 Buick Invicta. Now it’s his daily driver and he’ll never sell it…

1961 McLouth XV’61

Meet the McLouth XV’61, the commuter concept you’ve never heard of!

1961 Renault Dauphine Gordini

France’s rallying cry. Diminutive competition giant killer delivered a tail-happy ending

1961 Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2 Series II

Cruising the Cotswolds in a group of glorious 250GTEs brings to the fore the appeal of Ferrari’s first series-production 2+2

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB 'Breadvan'

A car built out of revenge, the infamous Breadvan attempted to beat Ferrari’s 250 GTO at its own game. We recount a back story that’s every bit as extraordinary as its design.

Driving Coventry’s first 1961 Jaguar E-type Series 1

This car was one of the first Jaguar E-types Britain saw, be it in action at Shelsley Walsh, or as Browns Lane’s local demonstrator. Today we drive it.

1961 Jaguar E-type FHC - chassis no 7 oldest known surviving example

It might be one of most important Jaguars ever built, but the career of 9600 HP hasn’t all been about fame and fortune. Richard Gunn tells the tale of the rise, fall and rise again of the world’s oldest E-Type FHC.

1961 Aston Martin DB4GT/Zagato modified

Rebodied by Zagato, this original Aston Martin DB4GT is elevated above the many GTZ replicas as a test drive reveals.

1959-1961 Triumph Italia 2000

The prolific Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti was a mainstay of Triumph design for well over a decade. These special TR3As signal his starting point.

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