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1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 964 vs. 1994 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 993

The air-cooled 911 market is constantly evolving and no model is immune from the gravitational pull of ever increasing values witnessed by the ever decreasing gap between the 964 and the 993.

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1986 Citroën CX II Prestige Automatic

Citroën’s spaceship for the road still has the ability to astonish with its cleverness and complexity, 50 years after it was launched.

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1958 Citroen DS 19 vs. 1960 Simca Vedette Chambord


In the 1950s, automobiles were not only a means to display one's success but also a reflection of one's character. Buyers of the Citroën DS were known for their avant-garde taste and willingness to take risks, while those who favored the Simca Vedette were drawn to American influences and conservative engineering.

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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.

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1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Barker Pullman Limousine

This fabulous Phantom limousine was bought 94 years ago with the proceeds of crime, and has recently been revived after 30 years in a museum. Now it’s a rich reward for its owner-driver – and sometimes transports the luckiest Dachshunds in the country.

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2024 Porsche Cayenne

Proving the cheap seats are not what they used to be, the entry-level version of the recently updated Cayenne is utterly brilliant...

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1972 Honda Civic

A small foot in the door. Civic was pivotal in helping Honda crack the big time in the USA.

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2024 Ford Ranger 2.0 Bi-Turbo XLT DC 4X4 10AT

With Ford South Africa planning to introduce the next batch of special-edition derivatives, the XLT is destined to remain the best-selling Ranger double cab in our market. How does this altogether less shouty model fare?

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Toyota Hilux

At its local introduction in 1969, the purchase price of the then-new Toyota Hilux was R1 525. Designed and developed by Toyota’s subsidiary Hino Motors in Tokyo, the arrival of the first-generation Hilux with its 57 kW, 1.5-litre, inline four-cylinder engine onto the South African market – was a stark contrast to the Ford F150 alternative of the time.

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2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta

As an instant modern classic, the limited-production Ferrari 550 Barchetta was always going to be special. But how does driving this open-top V12 Ferrari feel more than two decades later?

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2024 BMW i4 M50 G26 vs. 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6 Ultimate 77 kWh AWD, 2023 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive Long Range

Giant Test: Hyundai Ioniq 6 meets the G26 BMW i4 and Tesla Model 3. Can BMW’s M division repeat its combustion success in EVs? Can Hyundai leap to the top with the Ioniq 6? Or is the Model 3 still best?

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Californian hopeful and car dealer Dick Barbour; beside him, of course, is actor Paul Newman

One of the interesting features of Le Mans is that it is one of the few opportunities private teams had to race against works teams. Today, the vast expense and sophistication of racing at this level mean that such teams are professional, but it was not always so. In the 1970s, Group 5 and 6 sports car racing was dominated by turbocharged 911s, the 934 and 935. These off-the-shelf, relatively uncomplicated racing cars offered well-heeled amateurs with $150,000 to spare the chance to compete at the top level – and where better than at Le Mans?

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1940 Ford V8 ½-Ton Pickup

Designed, originally for life on the farm, Ford’s pickups have become a worldwide style icon, and the coolest of them all are the mid-century survivors.

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1985 Citroën 2CV6 Charleston

Citroën’s iconic 2CV embodies French chic. It is a triumph of minimalist design with a large dose of practicality, packaged to make the most of the least.

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