Some of the Future Classics we will try to bring to you.

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Many of the sports cars and classics listed below require little maintenance, and are relatively cheap to run on a budget.

Maserati 3200 GT

The Maserati 3200 GT was one of the first sports cars manufactured after Ferrari’s takeover in the 1990s. It was rather scary to drive at the time, boasting 370bhp and a lightning fast 0-60 time of under 5 seconds.

Jaguar XK8 and XKR (1998-2006)

Even back in the late 90s, the XKR offered amazing value for money. The performance was impressive for the purchase cost, and the style was classic Jaguar.

The XKR and XK8, both received high praise from supercar reviewers and enthusiasts at its time of launch. The engine offered great performance, and the gearbox was a dream to use.

Maserati 3200 GT (2001-2006)

Being a top of the range Mercedes-Benz, the SL is equipped with all of the latest technology of the early 2000s. You will find electric everything, from the seats to the doors, it’s luxurious, comfortable and extremely fast sports tourer. And of course, being a Mercedes, if we find a classic model SL which is low mileage has been well maintained, it will last for years to come.

Nissan Skyline R33 (1995-1998)

There were only 100 UK GT-R V-Spec R33 ever officially imported, meaning they’re rather rare. Due to this, an R33 will be pushing our supercar team to the limits to find one

The R33 took the fantastic formula created by the outgoing R32, and exaggerated almost all of its characteristics. The handling allows you to really feel the road, and in the wet you can certainly feel the car moving about on the tarmac.

Nissan 350Z Coupe (2003-2010)

Believe it or not, the 350Z coupe was never intended to be released in Europe. It was a car which was designed for Japan and US launches only. However after its initial launch two versions of the 350z did find their way to UK shores.

The UK models were released with a good level of standard equipment, including Brembo brakes and a limited-slip differential.

Honda S2000 (1999-2009)

The S2000 is an open-top car enthusiast’s dream car. Rear wheel drive, being powered by a classic VTEC engine which will rev forever. This is a car which is designed to be driven, and driven hard.

Despite this, it really has a split personality. Below the VTEC range, under around 5000rpm, the car is sedate and slow. It will teeter around town without any fuss.

Porsche 944

The 944 was supposed to be the successor to the outgoing 911. However things didn’t quite work out like this. The mighty 911 lived on despite the 944, with the Porsche 944 remaining a slice of indulgent 1980s styling the 944 still offered surprising levels of performance with fun driving mechanics.

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