In this issue of New Zealand Classic Car:
When David Burke-Kennedy went to visit the owner of this beautifully restored Triumph Herald, he was surprised in more ways than one.
Packard was once the standard by which other cars were measured. The quality of its cars was such that in the 1920s the company could justifiably claim that its cars were Rolls-Royces without the oil leaks.
We take a look at the history behind VW’s war machine, the Type 82 Kubelwagen, and its progression into the car we know as the Beetle.
Lachlan experiences Rolls-Royce’s breathtaking new Dawn convertible for a day and gives us his verdict.
This month we delve deep into the innards of the internal-combustion engine, and look at the intricacies of rebuilding and reconditioning it — we talk to the experts.
An example of the outrageous 200 mph Plymouth Superbird, which Richard Petty campaigned in Nascar, roosts on our cover as a monument to ’70s excess....
It’s Targa time! Flip the magazine over and it becomes a programme for New Zealand’s premier closed road event with racing, touring and time trial...
Which classic car is on your bucket list? An ideal starter car, the gorgeous but simple, strong, and well-supported MGA is on our cover this...
In 1971 Skoda decided rallying might just give its cars some much needed cool factor — and it very nearly worked! The rear-engined layout and...