In this issue of New Zealand Classic Car:
When Chris Alexander spotted our featured Ford Mk1 Cortina in a South Auckland wrecker’s yard, he couldn’t resist the temptation to rescue it and create something special.
We take a close look at a monster of a track car — and one of of the rarest road cars in the world.
Find out why Mercury, the name of the Roman god of financial gain, was almost an appropriate name for one particular division of Ford.
A full and comprehensive Targa New Zealand 2016 programme.
A pristine green Anglia from the deep south strikes the right Christmassy note on our front cover. Kiwis loved these cars so much they carried...
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...