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Modified 1968 Morris Mini Cooper S Mk2

Ian Corkill’s restored Mk2 Cooper S has a 1293cc engine with an Arden 8-port head that he has owned, on and off, since 1973.

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Perfectly imperfect 1968 Porsche 911 T Hot Rod

Is it a restomod? Not really — some of its original kit is still in place. A backdate? Kind of. It’s been a forward-date in its lifetime, too. Essentially, you’re looking at a hot rod capturing the spirit of a narrow band of competition cars in the 911’s evolutionary progression…

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1968 Lincoln Continental Coupe

Classic American meets one lucky chap and his bargain of a full-size American luxury Lincoln that proves you can get into Yanks on a budget, with a bit of luck, a bit of technical know-how… and a spirit of derring-do!

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1968 Jaguar 240

We investigate the rebirth of a late-model member of the Mk2 family, a special survivor with just one surname in the logbook

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1968 Howmet TX35

Engine noise: that is what gets you “in the feels” when you watch any form of motorsport at trackside. The sound does not just hit your eardrums. It goes right through you, buzzing your insides and firing off happy endorphins. Certain engine howls mean an involuntary dropping of the jaw or smile across the dial

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1968 Rolls-Royce Shadow MPW

‘It’s the solidity and elegance that define the Shadow’ The List Your dream drive made real. Robert Cohen grew up driving Rolls-Royces and Bentleys. Today we put him in his ultimate high-roller – the Mulliner Park Ward coupé.

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Jason Blain’s 430bhp 1968 Chevrolet Camaro GM LS3 engined

“It was a very Arkansas design — the front bumper was off, it had Cragar wheels — fat in the back and skinny up front, and the back end was lifted really high via two long air shocks.”

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1968 Dodge Charger Memory Machine

Dodge Dreams Bought to create happy memories< this 1968 Charger did its best to spoil that plan with three years of breakdowns and frustrations. Was it worth it? You bet!

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First car with onboard diagnostics 1968 Volkswagen Type 3

Forget supercar crash videos or the spectacle of a hideous aftermarket body kit bolted onto a modern classic, the one sight guaranteed to make the steeliest petrolhead recoil in horror has to be the yellow glow of a “check engine” light. Gut-churning it may be but the surface-level indicators of a complex diagnostic system are preferable to the potentially engine-crippling faults to which they’re pointing.

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