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Silver Shadow-based 1965 Bentley T-type Special

If you were going to build a single seater, you probably wouldn’t start with a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. But this unlikely old warhorse recently won its first race.

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1965 Toyota Sports 800

The Toyota Sports 800 is as small in size as it is big in stature, but its significance is only appreciated in its homeland. Could it have succeeded outside Japan had its makers been braver? We encounter two-cylinders of pure fury and try to keep a straight face.

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1966 Aston Martin DB6 4.0 vs. 1965 Jaguar E-type 4.2 FHC Series 1

Which do we think is the best Sixties coupe out of an iconic E-type 4.2 and an equally famous Aston Martin DB6 4.0? There's only one way to find out and that's to drive these two beautiful British sports cars side-by-side.

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1965 OSI Ford Mustang

This ‘Made in Turin’ mustang with radical new bodywork was the pony that got away

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1965 Porsche 912

Hot off the press. One of the very first right-hand drive 912s. Freshly restored following retirement from the road more than forty years ago, this 1965 Light Ivory 912 is not only one of the first three right-hand-drive examples produced, but also served as a press demonstrator for Porsche’s British sales outpost…

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1965 Porsche 911S Targa prototype

This unique Porsche 911 S Targa prototype was once the company car of motorsport legend Jochen Neerpasch. Time to reunite the two

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1989 Morgan 4/4 vs. 1965 Alvis TE21 Convertible, 1987 AC Cobra MkIV, 1970 Aston-Martin DBS V8

Which British classics offer the most hand-built character for the money in today’s market? Let’s explore our four choices: Morgan 4/4, Aston Martin DBS V8, Alvis TE21 and AC Cobra MkIV

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1965 Porsche 911 ‘545’ Sports Purpose

A world away from today’s new Porsche 911s, this 1965 example from Sports Purpose is a meticulously honed vision that puts driving purity ahead of outright speed

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1965 Mercedes-Benz 300SE LWB W112

The W111 and W112 Mercedes-Benz S-class helped shape the ’60s and established the firm’s legacy as a global luxury brand

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