When it comes to modifying cars, body shop owner Greg Howell is a serial offender that has a knack of building heart-stopping cars in a matter of weeks. A no-messing attitude that saw this ’74 Audi 80, go from shed to show car in 9 weeks flat…
Forget the chocolate eggs or gardening, there’s only one place to be during Easter bank holiday weekend and that’s Wheels Day – Surrey Street Rodders’ eclectic one-dayer
The Queen’s English
California’s annual Queen’s English bash is dedicated to English classics of all kinds. And, if it’s good enough for Jay Leno, then it’s good enough for us…
The Aussies have a real passion for stunning and powerful retro motors, but they also love to abuse them too! Brace yourselves for Sydney’s Powercruise 17 at Eastern Creek Raceway…
When Lord March invited us over to play cars in his backyard, and chat through the themes behind Goodwood’s 2009 motorsport meetings, well, how could we refuse?
With the popularity of 2- and 4-door examples reaching saturation point, Dave Bailey’s ’77 Mk2 Estate shows there could be an unlikely alternative to classic Escort ownership
Nigel Jarmin’s carbon-clad ’71 Minor is chopped and raked in all the right places. Oh, and naturally it’s packing a tuned Rover V8…
Ever think your daily driver could be more exciting? Dana Davies did; he took his ’86 Toyota pick-up and mated it to a 1937 GMC truck – all inside 47 days, and for under £1000!
Rolling off the production line as a standard ’74 Magnum estate, the Silver Bullet is a one-off concept car built by the Vauxhall Design Centre fusing ‘droop snoot’ Firenza coupe with luxury wagon
Australian Mick Crockett has a love affair with the Toyota Corona coupe, which may explain his ultra cool 1600S duo: a standard ’66 and modified 4A-GE-equipped ’67…
Goodwood’s themed breakfast club events are free to enter and provide the perfect excuse to give your retro a Sunday morning blast throughout the coming months. Oh, and the food’s not bad either…