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Top Five Hot Hatch Generations

Fast hatchbacks evolved at an amazing rate from the 1970s to the late-'90s, but did they get better along the way? Classic Car Weekly's Russ Smith chooses the best of them - with surprises.The rise of
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Army Austin 8 is available to buy

An Austin 8 military tourer owned by the same man for forty years is being sold for £8995.Based in Woodford Green, London, the car was originally a military vehicle but is now in civilian guise.
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Royal Ford Granada for sale

A Ford Granada customised by Tickford for the use of the Royal Family has been advertised for sale. The car, commissioned in 1984, is based upon a 2.8i Ghia X estate.Repainted in Aston Martin Balmoral
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Earls Court show Bristol for sale

A Bristol that won a prize when it was one of the stars of 1963's London Earls Court motor show has been put up for sale.This 1963 408 MkI was one of two cars that were displayed by Bristol Cars at the
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Project of the week: Ford Model A

Here at CCfS we’re often critisiced for not writing about ‘proper’ classics. For too long we’ve been chastised for writing about cars from the 70s, 80s, and heaven forbid, the 90s.
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DRIVEN: 1984 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

The SL celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2014, Classic Car Weekly’s celebration of Mercedes-Benz’s R107 grand touring masterstroke was a 25-mile drive in the Yorkshire Dales. This sumptuous
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Pre-war style, post-war appeal

I regularly hear fellow petrolheads bemoan the fact that it’s hard to find the opportunity to fully exploit their modern classic Porsches, Ferraris and the like. They cite speed cameras, congested
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Classic car investment tips for 2015

The classic cars being hailed as 2015 investment tips and the cars struggling to take off...RISING STARSPeugeot 205 GTI- This will be one of the more popular hot hatches to rise because of its pin sharp
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Driving a wedge

We forty-fiftysomethings grew up in the wedge-shaped world of the Lotus Esprit, Triumph TR7 and Maserati Khamsin. Motor shows, magazines and car showrooms bristled with pointed snouts and near-flat surfacing.
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