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1971 Jensen FF MkII

Industrialist’s plaything, footballer’s wife’s daily driver and subject of a community-wide quest for survival, this Jensen FF has seen it all.

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1971 Alfa Romeo Montreal

Sublime and bizarre, enticing and unsettling, Montreal captivates the eyes, evoking admiration as well as criticism, residing somewhere between a paradoxical masterpiece and a missed opportunity. In this creation, nothing is ordinary, neither the appearance, nor the birth, nor the character.

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1971 Aston Martin DBS V8

Reliant Scimitar enthusiast Jim Pace has always fancied spending a day in an Aston Martin DBS V8 playing Roger Moore from The Persuaders! Today we make it happen.

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1971 Plymouth GTX

Visually impressive, angular, carved out of a single piece of iron, long and large: The Plymouth GTX remains a presence that turns heads to this day.

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1971 Shelby Mustang Europa GT500

When is a Shelby Mustang not a Shelby Mustang? When it’s a Shelby Mustang Europa GT500… only it was a Shelby Mustang, well, sort of…. Richard Heseltine explains.

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1971 Rover P6 3500S

Mike Finnis aspired to a Rover P6 3500S years ago, so Classic Cars gives him one for a day to see if it lives up to the legend.

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1971 Chevrolet Suburban

One doesn’t expect to see a GM Chevrolet Suburban being filled up with shopping bags in a crowded corner of London. It’s surprisingly usable, though, as Earl Nagy will confirm – he’s the man still driving one as Chevrolet intended...

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1971 Jaguar E-Type 5.4 V12 Manual Series 3 OTS

Thanks to spending much of its life in pieces, this 1971 E-Type is one of the most original Series 3s we’ve seen.

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Five-speed manual prototype 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster Series 3

Jaguar’s foray into five-speed gearbox manufacture revealed through a rare prototype escapee.

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1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Sportsroof

Refurbished by Alan Faulkner-Stevens of Dragon Wheels, Buckinghamshire, this magnificent Mustang Mach 1 Sportsroof represents the marque’s halcyon days of the Seventies…

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1971 Citroen SM Espace - Heuliez's head-turningly individual Convertible

Remarkably, the collection that boasts the world’s fastest Citroen also yields what is arguably the most beautiful

Editor's comment
‘When they were new my father had Citroen SM company cars, but Heuliez's SM Espace was in another realm: that of dream cars. I was seven when it premiered and it instantly became my fantasy to drive it. Doing so 50 years later was surreal, yet the Espace did not disappoint at all.'
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Delmo Speed builds a tribute 1971 Chevrolet C10 Stepside for James King

If you’ve already read this month’s editorial, then there’s no need for repeating the sentimental introduction here—if you haven’t then stop what you’re doing and go read it now!

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1973 Mercedes-Benz 250 W114 vs. 1971 Jaguar XJ6 2.8 Automatic Series 1

If you were an executive in the late Sixties and early Seventies, there was only two choices of car – the Spartan Mercedes-Benz W114 or the prestigious Jaguar XJ6. With both cars worth similar values today, how do the 2.8-litre versions of both compare now?

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