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Exceptional Cars Series

The sister series to our acclaimed ‘Great Cars’ collection, this growing addition to the Porter Press catalogue features individual cars with truly remarkable histories. Featuring the Iso Bizzarrini - the most successful of the Iso AC/3 Grifo race cars, the Holman and Moody GT40 that came third at Le Mans in 1966, an alloy bodied XK 120, the first three Shelby Cobras, an historic Aston Martin Ulster - which has competed in more races than any other, a Maserati 4CLT driven by the legendary Fangio, the Ferrari 250 LM that was part of Ferrari's swansong at Le Mans in 1965 and the beautiful Ferrari 250 GT SWB, class winner at the 1961 Le Mans and third overall.

  • SS Jaguar 100 - The remarkable history of 18008

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    Available now New book tells the story of ‘Old Number 8’ Launched in 1935, the rakish SS Jaguar 100 was a landmark model for the company that had b...

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  • Jaguar XK 120 - The remarkable history of JWK 651

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    The story of one of the six alloy-bodied XK 120s that were prepared by Jaguar in 1950 for racing and rallying. This XK 120, known as JWK 651 b...

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