In this issue of New Zealand Classic Car:
A tribute to Chris Amon, 1943–2016.
We spent some time with a collection of race-bred Fords, and looked at the heritage leading up to the latest in a long line of rally- and track-bred machines.
To have the opportunity to visit the most famous car factory in the world is a privilege. James Nicholls travelled to Maranello for an exclusive interview with Flavio Manzoni, head of Ferrari design.
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...
It’s a car, like the Trabant, that was once everywhere and has now almost completely disappeared. But thanks to its unlikely saviour, hot-rod builder Russ...
Who would imagine that an Aussie Falcon could be worth over one million dollars? In the June edition of New Zealand Classic Car we look...