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Reliant was the company that built those funny little three-wheelers. That’s how most people perceived it, anyway, so when Reliant launched the Scimitar, a lot of people were taken by surprise. First we got the Scimitar GT coupe; then came ...

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1937 Delahaye 135 M Cabriolet by Figoni & Falaschi

The Delahaye 135, also known as “Coupe des Alpes” after its success in the Alpine Rally, was first presented in 1935 and signified Delahaye’s decision to build sportier cars than before. The 3.2-litre overhead valve straight-six with four-bearing crankshaft was ...

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1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV

In the sixties, Ford’s most prestigious models were sold under the Lincoln banner – and the most exclusive Lincoln was the Continental. When it came to weight or cost saving measures, there weren’t even token gestures from Lincoln where the ...

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Lotus Elan

In the world of seminal cars, few left a bigger mark than the original Elan, which ever since its arrival in 1962 has been synonymous with delicious dynamics. Its light weight, sublime steering and delicate lines conspired to make the ...

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Mazda RX-7 Mark 1

By the time the first-generation RX-7 appeared in 1978, everybody else had given up on the idea of developing a rotary-engined car; even Citroen, since forced into bankruptcy, had realised the technology was fundamentally flawed. But Mazda persisted and this ...

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