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1987 Citroen CX25 RD Break

In the history of Citroën, no wagon has offered as much volume as the CX. Combined with its hydraulic suspension, it left a lasting impression on antique dealers and large families.

1987 Bentley Continental Convertible

The Continental nameplate is one that Bentley returned to time and again, yet the least-known variant is the most luxurious: the Bentley-badged convertibles built alongside the Rolls-Royce Corniche from 1985 to 1995.

1987 Jaguar XJ-SC 3.6 Manual Sports Pack

The Cabriolet was intended as a stop-gap model but together with the six-cylinder option was responsible for rescuing the XJ-S.

1987 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6 Coupe Automatic

The six-cylinder XJ-S was also offered in coupe form and quickly became the thinking man’s choice. We find a remarkable survivor.

1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit

Lee Whiting was five years old when his parents bought him a Flying Lady mascot from a Rolls-Royce. He would polish it to perfection, but did he really believe he might drive a Rolls-Royce of his own one day? Good things come to those who wait!

Jaguar dominates 1987 World Sportscar Championship

With much made both then and now of Jaguar’s 1988 and 1990 victories of the Le Mans 24 Hours, its utter domination of the 1987 World Sportscar Championship has been largely forgotten. Yet it was arguably a much bigger achievement than winning a single, albeit 24-hour, race.

1987 Porsche 944S vs. 1988 Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

We revisit the 1980s comparison between Porsche 944 and Jaguar XJ-S to find out how these unlikely rivals compare today.

1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Supersport

Want the looks and handling of a classic 911 Turbo without massive lag and the threat of leaving the road in corners? The 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Supersport could be just the Porsche for you...

Skoda Favorit Type 781 - 1987-1995

Chris Randall marks 35 years since a modest Skoda hatchback appeared, which would be the start of much greater things for the historic car maker.

1987 Zastava Yugo 513 5-Door

Budget models rarely survive in significant numbers, not least because few owners were willing or able to invest money in maintenance and repair. Ian Macaulay's Yugo 513 has beaten the odds though, and is believed to be one of only two survivors in the UK.

1987 Ferrari F40

And so we arrive at a notable benchmark on this journey: the Ferrari F40 was the first production car to exceed the magic ‘double-ton’. You could argue that the F40 owes its existence to healthy opportunism rather than a well-planned marketing strategy. Ferrari’s sales had faltered in the early 1980s, with fears that its products were turning ‘soft’ under Fiat’s corporate blanket.

1987 Porsche 911 Carrera Speedster Studie

The 911 Speedster Studie helped give Porsche’s icon a new lease of life – and put fresh air between the plans of an infamous CEO…

Welsh Wizardry 1987 Lancia Delta Integrale Group A

Paul Davies is lucky enough to own two Italian rally legends: a Lancia Delta integrale Group A and a genuine Fiat Stilo Abarth Trofeo. We’re lucky enough to drive both in his homeland of Wales.

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