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Classic & Sports Car

Classic & Sports Car January 2020

Classic & Sports Car is the world's best-selling classic car magazine and the undisputed authority for all owners and enthusiasts. Whether your interest is Italian Exotica, British sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s or modern classics, every issue of Classic & Sports Car perfectly complements the sheer joy and nostalgia of owning a classic car.

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the big picture

American car styling studios were highly creative design hubs producing a wealth of drawings, most now long lost. Collector Patrick Kelly became fascinated by these stylists’ work and started saving as much as he could find. His new book, Imagine!, pays homage to these unsung talents (p40). Here the beautiful second-generation Corvair convertible takes shape as a full-size clay model in the Chevrolet studio under Bill Mitchell in March ’63. Irv Rybicki chats to Henry Haga (standing, l-r), while Ned Walters and Phil Garcia are among the artists at work on the boards.…

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welcome

After 200 issues, our long-serving and often long-suffering art editor Martin Port has moved on to pastures new. It’s a moment that I couldn’t allow to pass by without paying tribute to a much-loved member of the team, both among colleagues and readers. From the moment he fixed a blown head gasket on his MGB GT in his first week we knew he was going to fit in, and throughout his 16 years with the magazine he has shown an unquenchable passion for old cars, so I’m delighted that Martin is going to carry on as a regular contributor to Our classics. But as one door closes another opens, and I am thrilled to welcome the hugely talented Damon Cogman to the C&SC team. Not only does our new art maestro…

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all the winners

BEST CLUB WEBSITE sunbeamtalbotalpineregister.co.uk MOST IMPROVED CLUB MAGAZINE WC Reading Matter, West Cheshire MG Owners’ Club CLUB MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR The Citroënian Magazine, Citroën Car Club BEST CLUB RUN/RALLY Rootes Around Britain, Sunbeam Rapier Owners’ Club BEST CLUB SHOW/EVENT Tyre Festival, TR Register Youth Group and Morris Minor Owners’ Club Young Members BEST CONTRIBUTION TO CHARITY Sporting Bears Motor Club LANCASTER INSURANCE SPONSOR’S CHOICE AWARD Enthusiasts of British Motor Vehicles Built Before 1985 MOST INTERESTING SELECTION OF CARS AC Owners’ Club BEST THEMED CLUB STAND MG Car Club BEST SMALL CLUB STAND Peel Owners’ Club BEST MEDIUM CLUB STAND Allard Owners’ Club BEST LARGE CLUB STAND Citroën Car Club, Citroën Specials Club, Traction Owners’ Club and 2CVGB C&SC SPECIAL AWARD Colin Feyerabend’s Adams Probe 16 CAR OF THE SHOW Ann Bradnum’s 1936 Alvis 31/2 -litre Airline Pillarless Saloon YOUNG ENTHUSIAST OF THE YEAR Darby Harris, Honda S800 Sports Car Club CLUB PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR Aubone Braddon, Ford Anglia 105E…

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tragedy strikes on veteran run

Nearly 400 vehicles spanning 120 different marques delighted the crowds that lined the route of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run on 3 November. Sadly, an otherwise fantastic event was marred by the death of Canadian businessman and keen enthusiast Ron Carey, 80, who was killed when he took a wrong turn and his 1903 Knox Runabout ‘Old Porcupine’ was hit by a lorry on the M23. Our thoughts go to his wife, Billi, who suffered severe injuries. Ahead of the world’s longest-running motoring event, seven pre-1905 motorcycles and seven veteran bicycles departed Hyde Park under the cover of darkness, followed at 6:56am by the first of the horseless carriages, an 1894 single-cylinder Benz 1.5HP. Other vehicles embarking on the 60-mile journey included Britain’s oldest Fiat, celebrating the Italian marque’s 120th birthday;…

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california off-roadin’

More than 85 classic Land-Rovers gathered in Los Angeles on 17 November for the second Trans Terras, also known as the ‘Land Rover Love-In. Owners brought Series One-III Land-Rovers, first-gen Range Rovers, classic Defenders and even an ex-military Land-Rover 101 Forward Control, enjoying music and drinks, plus showings of Camel Trophy films. Classic Ferraris and Porsches joined in, too. “It’s about shared interests and providing community,” said event founder Jared Zaugg. “I wanted to create something that united enthusiasts.”…

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reborn riley is revealed

The first-ever Riley, Percy Riley’s 1898 Voiturette, has been recreated by the Riley Motor Club and Riley Register, with the encouragement of William Riley’s grandson, Victor. And with no original car for reference, it wasn’t a simple task. The replica was unveiled at Coventry Transport Museum on 6 November and the project is supported by the University of Warwick, which has donated £2000 to help with the construction of its period-correct engine. The plan is to have a roadgoing car ready for 2021, when Coventry will be the UK City of Culture. The Riley car company was formed in 1890 as the Bonnick Cycle Company of Coventry before William Riley Jnr incorporated the Riley Cycle Company in 1896. His son, Percy, started building his first car in secret, aged 16, in 1896…