Online voting

Welcome to the second International Historic Motoring Awards in association with EFG International and Octane magazine.

Car of the Year
To place your vote for Car of the Year, just read the summaries here to help you decide, then select your choice from the form at the bottom of the page and press 'submit vote'.

Mercedes-Benz W196
Fangio's fantastic steed is here not because it's currently the most expensive car ever sold at auction, but because it was wonderful to see it in public after years hidden away.

Bugatti 57SC Aerolithe recreation
The original is long-lost, but this recently completed recreation is built in magnesium alloy, just as the original is thought to have been. It's been displayed around the world during 2013.

Porsche 911 RSR
The legendary winner of the 1973 Targa Florio, which beat Ferrari and Alfa Romeo against the odds, has undergone a full restoration in 2013 ready for a return to the event 40 years on.

Blue Bird V
Malcolm Campbell's 301.129mph 1935 recordbreaker is back in the UK for only the second time in its life, making star appearances at Goodwood and the National Motor Museum.

Skyfall Aston Martin DB5
Cinema audiences across the world gasped in delight as 007 pulled open the garage doors to reveal the glorious DB5, re-establishing it as the most famous car in the world.

Leyland P76
The winner of the Peking to Paris Challenge, surviving a 33-day, 7610-mile journey across some of the most inhospitable terrain in the world, driven by 81-year-old Gerry Crown.

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Choose your Car of the Year

Mercedes-Benz W196
Bugatti 57SC Aerolithe recreation
Porsche 911 RSR
Blue Bird V
Skyfall Aston Martin DB5
Leyland P76