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1973-1980 MATRA Bagheera

£5370

12.3secs

101mph

82bhp

78lb/ft

in-line four

petrol

mid-engine RWD

Four-speed manual

1986-1989 ASTON MARTIN V8 Zagato

83

£87,000

5.0secs

186mph

432bhp

395lb/ft

V8

petrol

front-engine RWD

Five-speed manual

1987-1988 PORSCHE 911 Carrera Clubsport

340

£34,389

5.6secs

149mph

210bhp

188lb/ft

Flat 6

petrol

rear-engine RWD

Five-speed manual

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    Car
    Year
    Engine
    BHP
    Weight
    0-60mph
    Top speed
  • 1972-1975

    in-line four

    128

    939kg

    7.5

    118

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    Homologation special based on 1800-engined 124 Spider. There’s extra power...

  • 1963-1971

    N/A

    30

    500kg

    25.7

    72

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    Carlo Abarth cut his performance car teeth on the rear-engined Fiat 500, producing...

  • 1957-1961

    in-line four

    44

    535kg

    15.8

    95

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    Carlo Abarth’s 750 Zagato GT first appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in 1956...

  • 1960-1970

    in-line four

    112

    583kg

    7.0

    118

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    The Abarth-converted Fiat 850 and 1000 were front-running European Group one...

  • 1947-1958

    in-line six

    74

    1222kg

    19.9

    80

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    After WW2 ended, AC resumed the building of low-volume quality cars with this...

  • 1949-1956

    in-line six

    74

    1320kg

    19.9

    80

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    Straightforward drophead version of the saloon was only in production a year...

  • 1979-1985

    V6

    138

    1128kg

    8.5

    120

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    An attempt to lift sales by building something more affordable saw AC mid-mounting...

  • 1967-1973

    V8

    345

    1483kg

    5.4

    145

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    Heavy-hitter from Thames Ditton uses a six-inch-extended Cobra chassis clothed...

  • 1967-1973

    V8

    345

    1483kg

    5.9

    145

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    Convertible version of the Frua-styled Maserati Mistral lookalike is even rarer...

  • 1961-1963

    in-line six

    100

    813kg

    9.3

    120

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    Introduced in 1961 and originally a Ruddspeed conversion – hence the ‘RS...

  • 1951-1962

    in-line six

    85

    762kg

    9.5

    112

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    Designed to raise AC’s post-war profile, and to tap into America’s new-...

  • 1956-1962

    in-line six

    125

    894kg

    9.1

    118

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    From 1956, all those who had criticised the Ace for its lack of power got an...

  • 1954-1963

    in-line six

    85

    890kg

    13.4

    102

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    Introduced for 1955, the Aceca was a grand touring coupé version of the Ace...

  • 1956-1963

    in-line six

    105

    895kg

    10.3

    115

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    In line with the Ace, a Bristol-engined version of the Aceca was added from...

  • 1983-1989

    V8

    320

    N/A

    5.3

    134

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    The arrival of the Cobra MkIV heralded a new era for AC. The Hurlock family...

  • 1965-1967

    V8

    410

    1147kg

    4.2

    165

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    A complete reworking of the Cobra’s chassis was required for the installation...

  • 1961-1965

    V8

    260

    952kg

    5.5

    138

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    Carroll Shelby’s big idea outsold the Ace it was based on, with most sold...

  • 1959-1963

    in-line six

    125

    991kg

    12.7

    104

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    Stylish and dignified four-seat big brother to the Aceca, also panelled in...

  • 1970-1975

    in-line four

    125

    950kg

    11.5

    118

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    An appealing Italian ‘bitza’ that somehow transcends the sum of its parts...

  • 1988-1993

    V6

    228

    1530kg

    7.7

    152

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    The Type Four Project resulted in four cars from Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Fiat and...

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