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Your latest dose of lockdown relief is here! The June 2020 issue of Classic & Sports Car is on sale now, filled with sensational classics for a much-needed dose of escapism.
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Featuring icons from both sides of the Atlantic, a celebration of Michelotti and much more, as well as our tributes to Sir Stirling Moss, you don’t want to miss our June magazine. Read on to whet your appetite…
A beautiful brute
This month’s cover star is the magnificent Aston Martin V8 Vantage and our man Martin Buckley is on hand to unravel its charms, of which there are plenty.
Indeed, “the more the world changed around the Vantage, the more appealing its aura of handbuilt machismo became,” he writes, and we couldn’t agree more!
Plus, with the Vantage celebrating is 70th birthday in 2020, keep on reading because from p84, we trace the history of the name, from Feltham to Gaydon.
Cruising in a Continental
You can almost feel the Californian heat seeping from the photo above, can’t you?
So while we dream of sunny days and the open road, get your road-trip fix from p108 with Greg MacLeman as he hits Palm Springs in this designer’s dream.
It’s quite the history lesson, not to mention a special example of the ‘clap-door’ Continental.
It’s 1970, you need load-lugging capability and you have a budget of around £2000, meaning both of these British Leyland offerings are viable options.
Martin Buckley gets behind the wheels of both and traces their legacy.
We finish our new-issue preview with this rare treat, a track test aboard the only Lancia D23 left from the Carrera Panamericana assault.
Having survived that most dangerous and legendary of road races, it has quite the tale to tell – and is a glorious sight to behold. Turn to p88 and get immersed in its story.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg, with so much more packed into the June 2020 C&SC to keep you entertained, even if you’re stuck at home on lockdown.
Plus, there’s all our regular content, including the latest classic car news, auction updates, and product and book reviews.
It’s on sale now. Buy a single issue here or subscribe here, or enjoy our digital edition, either bundled with the magazine and with our super offer here, on its own here, or on services such as Readly, Exact Editions and Zinio.