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A cool collection of classic cars

A dealer’s dedication to going the extra mile has helped a vintage car lover create a varied fleet with one thing in common: they can be driven on a near-daily basis Simon de Burton reports. Portrait by Sam Pelly
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Belgravia revs up for Classic Car Show

From a 1932 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental to a “Bahama yellow” 1970s Aston Martin DBS, the show’s cache of classic cars is complemented by food and live music
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Bentley and Rolls-Royce defy expectation

Bentley’s new Bentayga SUV and Rolls-Royce’s Dawn convertible assert their positions at the very top of their respective categories – and for some surprising reasons, as Simon de Burton discovers
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Extreme SUVS gather pace

The idea of driving an SUV like a sports car has always seemed implausible… until now. Simon de Burton sizes up the new breed of searingly fast sports utility vehicles
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The ultimate garage sale

The auction of a Danish tycoon’s 48-strong collection of road-ready classic cars is expected to reignite desire for prewar models, says Simon de Burton
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Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II

With its seashell leather massage seats, slick infotainment set‑up and 18-speaker sound system, Rolls‑Royce’s Ghost Series II is superbly sybaritic – but unfeasibly fast, finds Simon de Burton
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The colossus of roads

Rolls-Royce has pulled out all the stops to produce “the ultimate gentlemen’s gran turismo”. Simon de Burton buckles up beneath the starlit roof, checks in with the on-board valet and puts the Wraith through a 250-mile alpine trial
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