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1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

This classic and nowadays much sought-after Ferrari was named after Enzo Ferrari’s son Alfredino, who died in 1956, aged 24. Enzo Ferrari credits his son with the inspiration for a series of successful small and medium capacity V6 racing engines built by Ferrari from 1956, and in turn the name

Porsche 996 4S For Sale

The Ultimate? The Porsche 996 was designed by a man called Pinky Lai - ever heard of him? Pinky Lai helped sell many a new-generation water-cooled Porsche 911. He may have even helped to save the company during tough economic times in the 1990's. Pinky joined the Porsche design team in 1989, the

Audi Sport Quattro

After completely revolutionising the rally scene in the early 80’s with its pioneering full time four-wheel-drive system, the first of its kind used in rallying, Audi devised an evolution of the A1 and A2 Quattro’s, the 500hp, 1000kg Sport Quattro S1 built solely to dominate Group B. Although failing to

Lancia Delta S4 Stradale


Throughout the Group B period, many manufacturers attempted to push their machinery as far as allowed, towing the line of the FIA regulations, and no car was pushed further than the famous Lancia Delta S4; so far it inadvertently brought Group B to an end. Fitted with a 1.8-litre inline-4,

Ford RS200

After Ford’s ruinous attempts to build a four-wheel-drive, turbocharged variant of the Escort for Group B, the company were forced to rush the production of the replacement, the RS200. Designed from the ground up, the RS200 featured a mid-mounted turbocharged inline 4, enough to take the car from 0-100-0mph in