They say that if you can remember the Sixties you weren't really there. Well, up to a point. For no matter how purple hazy your recollection of that dynamic decade, some images stick in the mind forever.

Along with the revolutions in politics, lifestyles and music, the Sixties saw a radical reappraisal of design. And we have a range of prizes in our retro draw that reflect the style revolution that helped give form to the Sixties vision.

If you lacked The Knack, driving a head-turning car could go some way to redressing the balance. No car sums up Sixties chic more than the E- Type Jaguar. This 1964 3.8 coupe Series 1 is bright red, with grey interior, chrome aluminium dash, wire wheels and bucket seats.

Easier riders may prefer our two-wheeled style prize - a Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster 883. Sleek and powerful, its V2 engine, five-speed gearbox and low-slung clutch and break levers make it ideal for anyone who feels they were born to be wild, at least at weekends.

For anyone who saved their 7-inch singles from the Sixties we have the prefect prize - a mighty Wurlitzer 2000 jukebox. Invite your friends to turn out, drop in and stay tuned in the comfort of your own home. Definitely a hit.

In between discs your juke box jury might need a little refreshment. Tea could be served on a set of three Rotor tables. Courtesy of Purves and Purves, they come in black, lime green and purple lacquer, guaranteeing endless eyeball kicks. We have ten sets as prizes.

For the dedicated follower of fashion, stepping out in anything other than Chelsea boots was anathema. So we have 20 pairs of the genuine article as prizes courtesy of anello and davide, the theatrical footwear and costume designers who shod the Beatles.

For an extra dash of Beatles chic we have metal-rimmed sunglasses from Ray-Ban which owe more than just a nod in John Lennon's direction.

"Anti-style" icons, the Rolling Stones, helped record the soundtrack for the youth revolution way back then. Now, in the 90s, satisfaction will be guaranteed at the band's concert at Wembley on 16 July. We have 12 pairs of tickets to be won courtesy of Volkswagen, sponsors of the 1995 Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge European tour.

For a more sedate musical mystery tour, we have a boxed 3-CD compilation called The Sixties which offers 50 original tracks ranging from Donovan to The Yardbirds. Released on the Essential Gold label, it will have you humming and tapping your Chelsea-booted feet.

And the perfect Sixties book for your Sixties coffee table must be Hippie, Hippie Shake, the definitive (ish) guide to the sex and drugs shebang by Playpower guru and ex-Oz editor Richard Neville.

To enter our Sixties Style prize draw you must collect 16 differently numbered tokens from The Independent and the Independent On Sunday, one of which must have come from the Independent on Sunday. Today we begin with a bonus token and Token 1 will appear in tomorrow's Independent On Sunday. So stay independent, and bring that Sixties style back into your life. Details of how to enter will be published later.


1. To enter our Classic 60's prize draw you need to collect 16 differently numbered tokens, at least one of which must have come from the Independent On Sunday.

2. The closing date for entries is 31 May 1995. Send to: The Independent/Classic 60's prize draw, PO Box 83, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 1TT along with a completed entry form which will be printed at the end of the competition.

3. For previously published tokens or an entry form send an SAE to: The Independent/ Classic 60's, PO Box 250, Welwyn Garden City, Herts AL7 1TU. State the tokens you require (only 4 tokens per application). Please mark clearly on your envelope, Token Request or Entry Form. If you need both, please send separate SAE's. Requests must be received by first post 22 May 1995.

4. Employees and agents of Newspaper Publishing plc or those of any other national newspaper company or of any other newspaper company associated with Newspaper Publishing plc or of any firm connected with the draw are not eligible to take part, neither are their relatives or members of their families or households. Entrants must be aged 18 or over.

5. Winners must co-operate for publicity purposes if required and accept his/her name will be published in the paper.

6. Enter as often as you like, but each entry must be in a separate envelope with a completed entry form and containing only one complete set of tokens.

7. Photocopies of tokens are not acceptable.

8. The car will be available in August 1995, the Juke Box in January 1996.

9. The Editor reserves the right to cancel the competition at any stage or change the rules. The Editor's decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into.

10. Proof of postage will not be accepted as proof of receipt. The promoter will not take responsibility for entries lost or damaged in the post.

The competition can be played in the UK and the Irish Republic only and the prizes will be as stated, with no cash alternative.

The car pictured is a 1967 model.