Classic Cars May issue on sale now

Classic Cars May issue on sale now

Classic Cars magazine celebrates 40 years of the BMW 3.0 CSL and Batmobile in its latest issue with a seven-page twin test photographed by James Lipman and a four-page archive picture special of CSL motor sport action between 1973 and 1976.

We also test one of four surviving Cisitalia Voloradentes, the sports car-defining MG Midget J2, an Australian Ford Falcon 351 XB GT and an Alfa Giulia Super. A Jensen is subjected to a weekend-long test to see what it’s really like to live with and we tackle the French Alpine roads in a Vauxhall Chevette HS.

There’s fresh insight on Eighties Aston Martin savior Victor Gauntlett, the definitive guide to buying a Mercedes ‘Fintail’ W111 and all the latest news on events, the market and motor sports, plus thought-provoking columns from Quentin Willson, Simon Kidston and Martin Gurdon in the May issue, on sale now.

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