April 2015 Issue

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As one of the few enthusiasts lucky enough to own an example of the Pegaso Z102, in the latest issue of The Automobile, Douglas Blain reveals what this Spanish rarity is really like to live with.

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Alain de Cadenet Matthew Bell meets the racing driver, pilot, journalist and television presenter to learn about his cars and competition career as well as other, lower-octane interests.

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Rétromobile 2015 was bigger, bolder, busier and better than ever. The popular Paris show celebrated its 40th anniversary this year.

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Michael Worthington-Williams recounts the eventful history of Turner. This long-lived Black Country firm’s output included bicycles, cars and commercial and agricultural vehicles.

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Alessandro Sannia tells the story of one of Carrozzeria Riva – the less well known of the small Italian coachbuilders that flourished post-WW2.

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Delwyn Mallett visits a fascinating recent exhibition  of post-war German competition cars from both sides of the Iron Curtain  at Hamburg’s Prototyp Museum.

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In our Back on the Road series, the sole-surviving 1914 Wilton has been restored by the grandson of its manufacturer. Michael Ware pays him a visit.

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