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  • Morgan Aero 8 v TVR Tuscan – Millennial sports cars head to head
  • Alpine A310 – The French sports car that helped out with DeLorean development
  • Dare DZ and TG – Ultra-rare ’90s sports cars with Ginetta heritage
  • Monteverdi – The enigmatic Swiss car-maker
  • Gerry Hawkridge – How the kit car maker has become instrumental in classic car circles
  • Pembleton T24 – Pre-war style brought up to date
  • Noble M12 buyers’ guide – How to buy a good one

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Two very different approaches to building a brutish British sports car from the turn of the millennium. Who’s your money on – the TVR Tuscan or the Morgan Aero 8? We pitted them against each other to find out. Full story and verdict in issue two.

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The French car that was instrumental in an Anglo-American sports car. See how this Alpine A310 was used in the development of the ill-fated DeLorean DMC-12.

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The Ginetta-founding Walklett family launched the Dare marque in the 1990s. It may have been best known for the Ginetta G4 continuation cars, but it also made two new models in the form of the DZ and TG. They were each produced only in single figures, and now Mark Walklett owns one of each of these ultra-rare slices of British sports car history. Emma Woodcock met him to find out more about the projects.

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Monteverdi was nothing if not diverse. Richard Heseltine tells the story of the enigmatic Swiss company and its equally hard-to-pin-down boss.

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Gerry Hawkridge has spent decades perfecting replica production to the extent that he’s now a major supplier of parts to owners of the real things. We spent a day at his rural workshops on the Kent/Sussex border to find out what makes him tick.

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The Pembleton T24 mixes vintage style with modern levels of dependability to offer a truly classic experience without an onerous ownership proposition. We drove it for issue two. The most fun you can have at 40mph? It might just be.

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In every issue of Alternative Cars, Richard Heseltine looks back at some cars that have been forgotten. In some cases, it’s probably for the best, but there are some hidden gems too.

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Remember when the Noble M12 rules the specialist car world? So do we! We’ve compiled a detailed buyers’ guide to help you find a good one.

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