APRIL 2018 issue

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• Why now's the time to treat yourself to a Bentley Continental R, Aston Martin Virage or Ferrari 456
• We drive the ex-John Surtees Ferrari 330 GT 2+2
• The amazing life cycle story of a 1979 Citroën CX
• Inside a massive Mini collection, in Italy
• How an epic restoration saved a Lancia Flaminia GT
• Taming a wild Ford Cortina MkII V8 racer on track
• We put a Mercedes-owning reader in his dream MGA
Unique Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire MkII prototype driven
• On the road in a Lamborghini Miura S, Jalpa, LM002  and Huracan
• WHY I LOVE... race car creator Ray Mallock on the Mallock U2 built by his father


• How to buy a great Porsche 928 without fear
Quentin Willson reveals which Jaguar, Mercedes or BMW to buy now
• How much will the Paul McCartney's old Lamborghini 400GT sell for?
• Why we're tempted by an Austin-Healey, Bentley and more for sale this month
• The latest books and models reviewed
• Cars for sale tested: Triumph Spitfire, Riley Grebe replica, Mercury Cougar  and Jaguar E-type
• Advertise your classic for free


Quentin Willson welcomes a surprisingly strong start to the year
Gordon Murray on the merits – or not – of modern-day retro car designs
John Fitzpatrick remembers the BMW opportunity that got away, fast

The month in cars

• BARN FINDS. The other Bullitt movie Mustang surfaces at last
• Highlights from Rétromobile Paris and Birmingham's racing car show
• Your Letters on Radbourne Abarths that you've owned, and the Aston DB4 vs Jaguar Mk2 debate opened
• Our Cars. Quentin perfects his Mustang even more, Malcolm strives to recommission his Jaguar E-type and Ross attacks Brooklands' hill in his Renault 5 Turbo