Greatest classics ever

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ElanSprint72
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Citroen Mehari

Aston Martin Ulster

Ferrari 250 SWB

Bentley Speed Six

Lotus Elan (obviously!)

Gordon Keeble

Alvis TE21

Bristol 411series 2

Bristol 407 Zagato

Morris Cooper S 1275 Mk2

All the right cars but not necessarily in the right order!

 

Chris Martin
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ElanSprint72 wrote:

Citroen Mehari

Aston Martin Ulster

Ferrari 250 SWB

Bentley Speed Six

Lotus Elan (obviously!)

Gordon Keeble

Alvis TE21

Bristol 411series 2

Bristol 407 Zagato

Morris Cooper S 1275 Mk2

All the right cars but not necessarily in the right order!

 

It's always a treat to see pair of Bristols thank you, but I would be intrigued to know the reasoning behind the Mehari?

Chris M.

 

ElanSprint72
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I actually should have specified Mehari 4x4. A plastic, rot-proof 2CV with incredible street cred(!) Absolutely the dog's bollocks in St Tropez back in the 70s; I saw that famous french bloke driving one.

It is possible to fit the 4cyl GS motor for a bit more urge but I'm not sure that can be done with 4wd.

Mario Laguna
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I agree with most of you, Porsche 911 and Jaguar E must be among all time favourites, but it is me the only one to put the Pegaso Z-102 somewhere between? In 1951 the Pegaso Z-102 had the first production quad-cam V8 alloy engine and from 1952 was bodied by Touring Superleggera. Bellow a late, less desirable Z-103 wide screen.