Modern Classics, March Issue

In this issue, Tiff Needell picks his top BMW drive and how to get the best. We see three boosted hot hatches aiming to shove the GTI off its class-top perch, but which one deserves the top spot? Next a car capable of clipping apexes or carrying families, the Vauxhall Cavalier SRi has you covered. However, these hidden retro gems are disappearing fast. Lastly, we have a fantastic buyers file on the Toyota MR2 MkIII. Everyone says buy a Mazda MX-5 but this mid-engined marvel makes a great alternative.

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Modern Classics, February Issue

In the February 2017 issue, we see if the 911 is still the King. The Aston & Maserati challenge Porsche for ultimate driver thrills. We also drive a very special Honda Civic Type R - The joy of revs in the GTI-beating, third-gen Type R. We also uncover why the Audi S2 Coupe is only 208 cars away from extinction and we tell you how to buy Renault's fast- appreciating B-road weapon. The Clio Williams.

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Modern Classics, January Issue

In the January 2017 issue, we’re celebrating the finest front-wheel drive cars from the past 30 years. We’ve assembled the greatest from Volkswagen, Peugeot, Renault, Honda, Lotus and Mini to see which everyday performance legend still satisfies. From hot hatches to hardcore coupes – and even a sportscar – we’ve got something to suit every taste.

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Modern Classics, December Issue

The December 2017 issue of Modern Classics magazine is out now! We've brought together Ferrari's V8 hits – 308, 328, 348 and F355 – to celebrate these mid-engined marvels and show you how you can make your supercar dream a reality for less than you might think. 

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Modern Classics, November issue

In this issue, our staff writers blag a Lotus Carlton to find out the truth behind its bad-boy legend. We rediscover some endangered Japanese coupes that were once a common sight back in the 90's and unearth why the Alfa Romeo RZ will make you fall madly in love.   

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Modern Classics, August issue

The hills are alive with Modern Classics magazine. In this issue,  our staff writers head to Wales in search of droptop driving nirvana, with cars to suit every budget. From £3k thrillers to grunty £20k heroes, we’re serving up sizzling summer selection. But don’t worry if you’re not a sun-worshipper – we’ve got a tasty tin-top selection to savour.     

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Modern Classics, February Issue

We charge into the new year with the first issue since our magazine changed from a bi-monthly to a monthly publication with a fantastic selection of awesome cars for all budgets. Inside our February issue, we celebrate great drivers’ cars for less than a grand, and turn 1980s supercar fantasy into reality with a sizzling night ride.   

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Modern Classics Magazine, Issue 6

Inside Issue 6 of Modern Classics: It's Escort Cosworth vs Lancia Delta Integrale vs Toyota Celica in a battle of the Group A rally heroes; we celebrate 20 years of the Peugeot 306 GTi-6 by starting a fight with its 1990s hot hatch rivals – Alfa 145 Cloverleaf, VW Golf GTi, Renault Megane 16V, BMW 318ti and Ford Escort RS2000; we head to West London to sample an Overfinch Range Rover; we sample a Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 20 years after its trailblazing Nurburgring lap record; is the Lamborghini Jalpa more fun than a Countach?; why the Aston Martin Vanquish is a bargain – for now and much, much more.

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Modern Classics Magazine, issue 5

Inside issue 5 of Modern Classics: It may not be the greatest start to summer but Modern Classics is serving up a line-up of cars so hot you're going to need Factor 50 to take it all in. From epic drives to expert buying advice, from incisive interviews to the latest market insights, we've got everything to satisfy your fix for the last great era of cars – the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.

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Modern Classics Magazine, issue 4

Inside issue 4 of Modern Classics: We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the UK launch of the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth, gathering all four versions and picking the best of the bunch to drive. Want a Honda NSX? We show you how to buy a great example, and what makes them a great Japanese supercar.

Editor Keith Adams talks exclusively to the man who designed the Ford Escort RS Cosworth, and we find the greatest bargains of all in a quintet of V6-powered 1990s coupés from £1000 to 150mph.

 

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Modern Classics Magazine, issue 3

Inside issue 3 of Modern Classics: Ant Anstead on a Japanese performance icon, we test Audi’s super rare RS2, we celebrate the Rover 800’s birthday by rounding up its Watford gap rivals for a massive group test, we pitch Mercedes-Benz 190E Cosworth versus Alfa 75 and we bring you the latest movers and shakers in the market.

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