a 6 z, 26 30 46 @ FNOTilECOCtlPlr Is imitation the sincerest form offlattery, asks Mick Walsh C]ISSICNEUIEU Our month, including the Norwich Union party and hiring a fifties Caddy EUETISDNNY Things to do, places to visit rrrrEns Our own Speaker’s Corner PASIAIID PRESEilT Jon Pressnell is still sniffing tlem out roDAY’sG]rSSrcs For theprice of afullyrestored classic two-seater you could buy a new onewe sample the Alfa Spider, Caterham, Evante, Marcos, Morgan and TVR fresh offthe production line BMWCOUPiS Howhave BMV’scoupds matured over the years? Martin Buckley flew to Germany to try out seven generations of Munich’s toufers e{6 PEUEEOI’O’ How can something this old be so reliable? Steve Cropley explains JOWHTJUPMR Edmund Nankivell recalls the days of special coachwork noorEs SGNAPBOOI( Pictures from the days when the Rootes brothers ruled an empire CU’BFOGUS Non-members welcome too roo toa nt t17 p68 plll 68 AUSfll{-HEAtW aooo What would the Big Healey have been like with RollsRoyce power?Jon Pressnell gets behind the wheel of an intriguing might-have-been 7C ASTOTTARII]IDB:I This Aston’s track career was promising but short; Mike Mccarthy tries it on the road 80 AltArorEoogo Zagato’s l75O lookalike is one replica Mick Walsh approvesof 84 SUXBEAMNAPIER John Simister drives a hot Hl20 90 ;nrEniltslttT The story ofa tough weekend’s trialling in this classic chain-driven vintage sports caf ‘2t SKUtDlrOOEnY Doug Nye on racers past Ul:l NUI]IilONEPONT How olr fleet is faring this 126 GlsEHtSilOilEs A Glas in Manchester, and a La France fire-engine! t30 oLDto]tw Richard Sutton on auction prices and value guides ?,26 nYGltSStCtItDt Coventry Climax. Fire pumps ahoy! p