The April issue of New Zealand Classic Car is full of stories about amazing cars, amazing journeys, and the amazing people involved. We feature two classic-car trips — one from London to Invercargill, and one from Peking to Paris — we talk to the man who built the early McLarens, and have some yarns about Stirling Moss. We also look at 50 years of the Jaguar XJ series, the motor scooter that spelt the end of a classic motorcycle brand, and two beautiful older British sports cars. If you’re still looking for more, there’s the Rolls-Royce Silver Spur once owned by an Indian guru — he had it ‘decorated’, to say the least — at the other end of the spectrum there’s the car that epitomizes the words ‘kit car’ — construction ply and a jigsaw are integral to making this one. New Zealand’s biggest selling car magazine, full of pictures and stories for those mad about cars or even simply interested in cars.