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Here’s a sneak preview of our May 2022 issue of Classic & Sports Car…
Back to 1962
This month we are celebrating 60 years since Britain hit the sports car jackpot with the original MGB, Lotus Elan and Triumph Spitfire.
Join Simon Hucknall from p84 as he marks this golden era of classic motoring.
We rewind the clock yet further from p130, where Jack Phillips meets a meticulously restored 1926 Citroën taxi.
In fact, it could well be the last of its kind. Rescued in a dilapidated state from a barn near Paris, this is a tale of immense talent and deep friendships.
With a silky straight-six engine and composed chassis, this Abarth 2200 Spider is a treat, despite not necessarily what you’d expect from a scorpion-badged car.
Richard Heseltine gets to know this rare roadster that is both a concours-winner and a much-enjoyed classic.
By royal appointment
Finally, we have this stunner, the last surviving Vignale-bodied Aston Martin DB2/4.
A melting pot of styling influences, it is finally back to best after decades in the doldrums – and Martin Buckley gets behind the wheel to share its intriguing story.
Enjoy all this and much more – including a Lancia Beta buyer’s guide – in our latest issue.
The May 2022 Classic & Sports Car is on sale now! Get a single magazine here or subscribe here. Alternatively you can read our digital edition, either bundled with the magazine or on its own here, or find the magazine on apps such as Readly, Exact Editions and Zinio.
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