Current Issue Of Retro Cars Magazine
Paul Santoni is lucky enough to own a ’78 Espada, and one of the icons of the 1980s: the stunning Countach.
The Maestro might have been a bit of an ugly duckling, but in its MG variant it boasted some stonking performance...
In July ’88 The Times reported on an illegal performance car race for city big shots around the freshly-finished M25...
It was one of the first road-going RS500s to be modified and the first to be magazine-featured. E300 VKB is back and it’s bigger and better than ever.
M3 Vs 190 vs Integrale
The ’80s had some iconic homologation specials – road cars produced solely to enable their manufacturers to go racing. Today they are some of the most
desirable classics around...
The best-selling electric vehicle of the ’80s, or simply a joke to some, the Sinclair C5 is an out-and-out retro icon.
Having raced and destroyed a few Volvo 240s, Tony Firth’s modified 1980 DL goes some way to repairing the damage.
With 1500 exhibits and 160 vehicles, the Mercedes-Benz museum offers a three-mile walk through the history of this iconic brand.