1970 Ford F100 pick-up - COYOTE, NOT SO UGLY...
How’s this for a first American vehicle? What had originally been planned as a business promotion vehicle created by Valley Gas turned out so well that the owner decided to use it as their daily driver!
Tony checks out a truly stunning second-generation Camaro that caught his eye on a rare trip out to Hayling Island and the excellent show held there by the Victory Wheelers Car Club…
1957 GMC 100 pick-up EVERGREEN HAULER
Classic Fifties pick-ups don’t get any more handsome than GMC’s line. Zack Stiling discovers a fantastic example living (and working) in the north-west of England and whose owner is pleased as punch with the classic hauler…
2021 PICK-UPS FULL-SIZE, FULLY CAPABLE
The latest raft of half-ton pick-ups from Detroit are the most versatile yet, says our man in North America, Huw Evans…
The Lakeland Motor Museum has added another rare sports car to its collection – a 1992 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, one of only six of its kind known to be in the UK.
Jimmy Shine Shine on!
Steve Havelock gets up close and personal with Jimmy Shine, who was a hot rod apprentice to Pete Chapouris, but ultimately has become an automotive celebrity in his own right today…
MACH IS BACK
The limited-edition, high-performance Ford Mustang Mach 1 will be available to customers in Europe for the first time ever. Making its European debut at Goodwood SpeedWeek in front of a global virtual audience, the Mustang Mach 1 is claimed to be the best-handling production Mustang ever offered to customers in Europe. Performance is boosted to a level worthy of the iconic Mach 1 moniker with enhanced aerodynamics, a specially calibrated 480bhp and 420ft-lb of torque, 5.0-litre V8 engine and uprated cooling for improved track capability.
PONTIAC GTO HISTORY
Jim Maxwell looks back on the history of what many consider to be the original American muscle car, the Pontiac GTO…
Muscle By The Numbers
Editor Ben Klemenzson takes a look at one of the General's rarer and most under-appreciated muscle cars, the 1966 4-4-2, with the W-30 fresh air package...1966 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 W-30
A Kind Hearted Coronet
The 1950 line of Dodges might not have set the world on fire with outlandish styling as the marque would a decade later, but it represents an interesting period in its history, when restraint and sensibility was the order of the day...
Last of the LEVIATHANS
Stuart Wilkinson's land yacht was an immaculate, low mileage classic but, nevertheless, turned out to need a lot of time and money spending on it. Luckily, he wasn't entirely surprised...
John Bath reports on a gathering of convertible Packards at Beechfield Restorations, Bucks in September…
Zack Stiling popped along to the VHRA (Vintage Hot Rod Association) Swapmeet and uncovered an Aladdin’s Cave of automobilia…
GRAND WAGONEER LANDS
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has debuted the new Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept, which will serve as a direct rival to the line of General Motors full-size SUVs.
SHOW REPORT - CHESHIRE CLASSIC CAR AND MOTORCYCLE SHOW
Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire August 30 and 31
Ford's other horse
An iconic SUV makes its return…
EVENT REPORT - REDHILL DREAM CRUISE
Redhill town centre August 22, 2020
1970 Oldsmobile 4-4-2
Tony turns his attention to the legendary muscle car which became known by the moniker of ‘The thinking man’s muscle car’: The Oldsmobile 4-4-2…
WHEEL MEET AGAIN… AT THE CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW!
This year’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show with Discovery will be a little different from previous years; however the organisers are keen to emphasise how they’re bringing a show to the classic car community that we all know and love in a safe and controlled environment.
GM’s distinctive 1973-87 pick-ups are becoming ever more desirable and for good reason.
Classic Sports Car Club Meeting
ELEVATING AN EXOTIC
Ford adds more power and new livery options to its ultra-exclusive hyper car...
LONE STAR SURVIVOR
After 35 years in a bone-dry bit of Texas, this beautiful ’57 Bel Air came to the UK, where it still retains an impressive mix of beauty and originality.
We all know what a jaw-dropper the first-generation Oldsmobile Toronado was when it was first unveiled in 1966; but there was an even more incredible version of this car.
CLASSIC AMERICAN PEOPLE: Dave Kindig
Steve Havelock meets Dave Kindig of Bitchin’ Rides TV show fame…
Steve Willsone has been a panel beater all his life and runs a paint and body shop, so when he decided to rebuild this 1932 Ford three-window coupe, he set himself very high standards of fit and finish.
Stuart Holmes may be familiar to many as the face of the famous American car show Stars & Stripes, which usually takes place in July at Tatton Park in Cheshire. But he’s also got an eye for some very tasty morsels when it comes to American classics, like this ’68 Pontiac Catalina…
2005 Chevy SSR
Debuting at the 2000 Detroit Auto Show as a concept vehicle, the SSR very much hails from what we might look back on as a golden era in the late Nineties/early Noughties when retro-styled concepts went from unveiling to full-blown production in very short periods of time.
Car Plants To Build Ventilators
US president Donald Trump wants automakers to work with healthcare providers to build ventilators in some of their shut-down automotive factories.
Wishin' and Hopin'
Here, in his own words, Johnny Seagul explains how he got into American cars, rock ’n’ roll and acquired this simply magnificent 1958 Ford Skyliner, after literally years of wishin’, hopin’ and searchin’…