- Our Driving Through The Ages day brought together a dream collection of classics at Goodwood.

At the now famous Hope Classic Rally back in June, one lucky group bid to win a day driving a dream collection of classics at Goodwood House. That's very nice for the winners, we know, but the important question is... which of the collectibles would you drive for the day?

Which of these would you choose

Jaguar XK120

I​imagine the look on your face when the wraps were removed on the XK120 at the 1948 Earls Court Motor Show. The looks alone will have been enough to loosen your jaw - and then somebody mentions that it'll reach 120mph, back in the days when 70mph was the stuff of esoterica.

Jaguar E-Type Roadster

Lancia Delta Integrale

T​he family hatchback that came to represent the every car supercar, a pristine Delta Integrale Evo II will put you back £35-40,000 today - but it will be an investment in ensuring that you can smile from ear to ear for the rest of your life.

Mercedes-AMG GT R

0​-60mph in 3.6 seconds. That's all you need to know, really. Well, that and the fact that it'll reach 198mph in such places where these things are allowed, and do so making a noise that evokes the apocalypse at 33rpm. Mad.

Aston Martin DB6

Famous for not being Bond's car from Goldfinger, and for being an incredible sales success story for Aston Martin.

Ferrari 550 Maranello

A child of the '90s, but with the power you'd want from a modern supercar - 1​99mph and 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds. Oh, and gated manual shift only, so definitely not for the lazy.

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