The February issue of Classic & Sports Car goes on sale in the UK today (4 January), and it’s packed with unmissable features.
There's truly something for everyone inside: from ultra-rare Alfa Romeos to mass-market Skodas, and from a Bond baddie's own luxury Jag to a car produced only for a Heinz giveaway...
Of course as well as features you'll also find C&SC's customary winning mix of news, events info, buying tips and classifieds. Scroll down for a peek inside, and don't forget to subscribe for the best possible deal.
10. EASTERN BLOC OBSESSION
There's more to building an important collection than simply rounding up a load of super-rare or super-expensive cars – and Jas Hare's motley assembly of Eastern-Bloc oddities is firm proof of that.
9. HORNET BY HEINZ
Take a trip with C&SC back to the halcyon days of 1966 in the Wolseley Hornet 'Heinz 57' variety – a car produced in tiny numbers for a competition but which has the capacity to evoke almost boundless nostalgia.
8. EUROPA: THE INSIDE STORY
The Europa Twin Cam was a dream of a sports car, helping to forge the Lotus myth when it arrived in 1971. We sit down with two of the engineers behind it to find out what made it so special.
7. FRENCH FOREIGN LEGEND
The stunning 1939 Delahaye 135 MS has a convoluted life story, and it's one that India's foremost classic car authority Gautam Sen is eager to tell.
6. PRIDE OF TURIN
Beloved of film stars and racing drivers alike in its heyday, the Lancia Flaminia is well overdue a full reappraisal today, says Martin Buckley.
5. THE NAME'S C-X75. JAGUAR C-X75
The C-X75 and its sweeping, organic lines stole the show in James Bond's 2015 outing Spectre – so why did it disappear from our roads so suddenly? Greg MacLeman investigates.
4. A LAGONDA AFFAIR
Why David Hine's M45 is "one of the most authentically unmolested motor cars that you could ever hope to encounter".
3. ALFA ROMEO SPORTIVA
A dream drive through the idyllic French countryside in one of the rarest of all Alfas.
2. SORTING THE C
How a Healey hero brought the wild side out of MG's open grand tourer.
1. THE MGB FAMILY
The MGB is, for many people, the gateway drug into whatever this is that we do with old cars – a hobby, a movement or even, perhaps, a way of life. Attractive, commodious, well-engineered with enviable parts support, grunty and good-natured, a B is an agreeable blast for blatting around British B-roads.
This month's cover feature examines what it is that makes the original B so special, traces its evolution and even throws in a few handy upgrade tips to boot.