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Blanco’s ’54 Chevy Bel Air isn’t your conventional stock mid-Fifties Chev, as you may have guessed from its slammed appearance, in fact there’s a whole lot going on under the metal that makes for an American and Modified delight!
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Rick Drewery went to the ends of the world to find this beautiful 1944 Chevrolet Maple Leaf ute and wasn’t disappointed in its condition when it finally arrived… from Western Australia!
Chris How’s 1966 Mustang coupe and 1967 convertible make a perfect pair of ponies, although surprisingly their purchase was more a case of serendipity than a planned purchase, as Paul Bussey recounts…
One of GM’s most advanced manufacturing facilities is closing its doors. Our man in America Huw Evans looks at the reasons for this unfortunate decision.
Volunteer Vette is happy to sponsor the 1954 Corvette C1 and would like to thank Classic American for highlighting Corvettes across the pond.
Volunteer Vette is happy to sponsor the Corvette Triple feature and would like to thank Classic American for highlighting Corvettes across the pond.
Those summer days are here, and with it the return of events, and it’s time to dip into your August issue of Classic American – out now!
The fame of Cadillac’s late Fifties models eclipses every other era, which is a shame because the cars they built got better and better.
John Maunder’s 1965 Mustang, one of our Car of the Year finalists, has been with him since high school in 1974. It’s his first car, so it has a tale or two to tell…
You might walk past this ’69 Camaro at a car show and fail to realise how special it is…
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3rd March 2024
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