New Zealand Classic Car 363, March 2021

Who doesn’t love the iconic Volkswagen Kombi. It’s undoubtedly one of the best-known vehicles in automotive history. This month we feature a very rare, much loved example that’s been meticulously restored to its former glory. From there we head back in time to 1917, and one of the longest surviving marques in the General Motors portfolio - The Cadillac, and if you think muscle cars are unique to the Land of the Brave, then we feature a British version in the form of a TVR Griffith. Over to Europe and we take a look at a timeless beauty. The BMW 3.0L is a class act with its gorgeous, distinctive shape and smooth, sophisticated straight-six engine. We also bring you all the action and results from the 50th Classic Cover Ellerslie Car Show and Gerard Richards take us back to when fire-breathing macho machines ruled the country’s highways and byways.
In this issue there’s something for everyone including our usual Motorman, Motorsport Flashback, International Report, Kits & Pieces and much more.

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