OUR PICK OF THE SIX NATIONS CATWALK CLASSICS
ExCeL visitors were asked to vote in a contest to find the best nation of carmakers, with 60 cars from six different countries being paraded on the Grand Avenue. This is our
pick of the classics that took part. JAPAN 1990 HONDA NSX Honda’s NSX strutted its stuff along the catwalk,
leaving even the most ardent of classic fan impressed by its sleek lines. The late Ayrton Senna loved them, too, but you already knew that. This example belongs to Honda UK and was a pre
production model used for development.
ITALY 1965 FERRARI 275 GTS
This achingly beautiful Ferrari 275 GTS V12 convertible came courtesy of marque specialist Joe Macari. Worth a cool £1.6 million, it’s a rare sight on UK roads, probably because Ferrari only made 200 of them. This example was originally supplied
to the US and is in phenomenal condition. USA 1965 SHELBY MUSTANG If any car’s going to wave the Stars and Stripes convincingly enough to win then surely it’s got to be a Shelby Mustang. It was joined by a 1942 Willys Jeep, a 1959 Cadillac Coupé Series 62 and a 1910 Ford Model T, but it was this Wimbledon
White muscle car that impressed.