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Mexican save

Andrew Frankel thought a police escort might ruin his attempt to retrace the route of the original Carrera Panamericana. He had no idea how wrong he would be

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How the Bulldog regained its bite

In 1980 the Aston Martin Bulldog looked like the first 200mph road car, but never got the chance to show it. Now it’s back to prove a point, writes Mel Nichols

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The Astons I created

Ian Callum is famed for designing the Aston Martin DB7, but that was just where his role in the brand’s rebuilding began, as he recalls here

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How to revive an icon: Part two

Bringing back a much-loved brand can lead to great success, dismal failure and, at times, total ignominy. Andrew English looks at the best and perhaps the very worst

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Almost Great: Porsche 924

It sold well, it made money, yet Porsche’s first water-cooled car has always struggled for acceptance. David Twohig thinks he knows why

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I Witnessed: Luca’s last laugh

When Luca di Montezemolo left Ferrari he stuck to the corporate line, but he still left Andrew Frankel in no doubt as to the real reason for his departure

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How to revive an icon: Part one

Reviving a much-loved brand is a great idea in theory. But the tough lessons of reality often paint a far less rosy picture, says Andrew English

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Our Cars: Au revoir Alpine

Does Dan Prosser want to see the back of his beloved Alpine A110? He does not, but he’s going to and it’s all down to one small lever, or the lack thereof

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