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Article 21 Hottest ragtops
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Publication Classic Cars May 2007
21 Hottest ragtops - Summer's nearly here and you need a convertible to make the most of it.  Whether your top priority is style, speed or space for you and the kids, look no further.  We've got the best topless options for you in the next 21 pages.  Ferrari mondial, Austin-Healey 3000, Triumph TR6, MGF, Porsche 911 Cabriolet, Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider, Jaguar XK8, Ford Zephyr, TVR Griffith, Lancia Aurella B24 Spider/America, BMW Z1, Ponitac Bonneville, Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5. MGB, Mazda MX5, Ford Mustang, Morgan Plus 8, Honda S2000, Jaguar E-Type V12, Alfa Romeo Spider, Lotus 340R.
Article Our Cars
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Publication Classic Cars September 2003
Our Cars - 1977 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0-Litre-Phil Bell.  1985 Fiat 124 Spider-Ben Field.  1972 Fiat 130 Saloon-Martin Buckley.  1969 Triumph Vitesse, 1967 Jaguar 420-Malcolm McKay.
Article Merc to Monte-Carlo
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Publication Classic Cars May 2002
Merc to Monte-Carlo - Experience 500 miles in three days: crossing the Alps in a Mercedes-Benz 280SL 'Pagoda' from Stuttgart to Monaco.
Article Classic Cars February 2002 pg 58
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Publication Classic Cars February 2002
Aston Martin V8 Volante vs Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet. All other cars suffer punishing depreciation on their way to secondhand bargain status, but these two convertibles have never really fallen out of the desirability tree.
Article Heart of the matter
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Publication Classic & Sports Car June 2007
Heart of the matter - Can modern running gear transform the sublime Mercedes-Benz W111?  Martin Buckley drives a mint original 280SE 3.5 Coupe to Stuttgart to meet a Cabriolet featuring a 5.6-litre transplant.
Article Buying Power - Mercedes 280/350/450 SE
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 9 December 2004
Buying Power - Mercedes 280/350/450 SE - Once called the best car in the world - much to Rolls-Royce’s chagrin, no doubt - the W116 S-Class of the Seventies defined Mercedes-Benz as one of the world’s leading manufacturers. RICHARD GUNN looks at buying the car that is almost just as good today as it was then....but is a lot cheaper now.
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