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Make and Model Produced Class Top Speed 0-60mph Max Power New Price Used From Rating
Click here for more info on this car  Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato
1960-1962GT153 mph5.8 sec314 bhp-£350000061%
One of the most sought after collectors cars celebrates Aston's 1959 Le Mans win

Click here for more info on this car  Jaguar E-Type
1961-1970Sportscar150 mph7.1 sec265 bhp-£5000058%
Legendary British sportscar passed the 150mph mark (with a little help)

Click here for more info on this car  Aston Martin DB5
1963-1965GT145 mph7.9 sec282 bhp-£60000060%
Forever associated with James Bond, the DB5 is the definitive classic car

Click here for more info on this car  Jaguar XJ13
1966Concept180 mph-502 bhp---
Exquisite XJ13 was conceived for racing but ended up as a promotional tool

Click here for more info on this car  Vauxhall XVR
1966Concept105 mph-100 bhp---
Vauxhall's first concept showed a glimpse of their proposed future sportscars

Click here for more info on this car  McLaren M6 / M12 GT
1969-1970Concept------
McLaren's first road car was basically a Can-Am racer with number plates

Click here for more info on this car  Vauxhall SRV
1970Concept------
Vauxhall's Styling Research Vehicle raised the company's sedate profile

Click here for more info on this car  Jaguar E-Type (Mk III)
1971-1974Sportscar145 mph7.2 sec272 bhp-£4500059%
V12 powered Mark III E-Type was ultimately disappointing compared to the Mk I

Click here for more info on this car  Jensen Interceptor SP
1971-1976GT145 mph6.9 sec385 bhp-£2500060%
Classic GT with mighty 7.2 litre V8 bought down by the mid-1970s fuel crisis

Click here for more info on this car  TVR Taimar Turbo
1976-1979Supercar140 mph6.0 sec230 bhp-£2000060%
The Taimar was the first British turbocharged road car and ironically TVR's last

Click here for more info on this car  Aston Martin Vantage V8
1977-1989Supercar170 mph5.2 sec380 bhp-£4000066%
Despite it's 2 ton weight, the Vantage was the fastest supercar of it's day

Click here for more info on this car  Panther 6
1977-1978Hypercar200 mph4.8 sec600 bhp-£5000061%
Extraordinary six wheeled Panther boasted 600bhp and 200mph in 1977!

Click here for more info on this car  Aston Martin Lagonda
1979-1990Luxury146 mph7.8 sec340 bhp-£1000066%
The peak of 80's wedge styling was also incredibly advanced for it's time

Click here for more info on this car  Aston Martin Bulldog
1980Concept192 mph4.6 sec650 bhp---
Stunning 650bhp concept wowed crowds at the 1980 British Motor Show

Click here for more info on this car  Lotus Turbo Esprit
1980-1987Supercar150 mph5.6 sec210 bhp-£1000068%
Classic wedge design Turbo was Lotus' first entry into the supercar league

Click here for more info on this car  Wolfrace Sonic
1983Concept185 mph-500 bhp---
Startling fibreglass speedster had twin 250bhp V8s giving a combined 500bhp

Click here for more info on this car  Ford RS200
1984-1986Trackfocused146 mph6.1 sec250 bhp-£20000061%
Rally bred Group B homologation special somehow found it's way onto the road

Click here for more info on this car  Lotus Etna
1984Concept--350 bhp---
Ital Design Etna featured V8 engine that would eventually end up in the Esprit

Click here for more info on this car  Bentley Turbo R
1985-1997Luxury152 mph6.7 sec350 bhp-£900066%
Turbocharged 6.75 litre V8 gave the two and a half ton Bentley a gentle shove

Click here for more info on this car  MG EX-E
1985Concept170 mph5.0 sec250 bhp---
Experimental MG testbed had four wheel drive and Metro 6R4 rallycar engine

 

 




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