In the November issue: a custom-built racing Plymouth ‘Cuda like Dan Gurney’s, how the 1961 Buick offered a completely new design language which paved the way for pared-back Sixties car designs, Will Shiers finishes up his epic West Coast road trip, and more!
In the October issue: a homage to the demonically possessed 1958 Plymouth from Stephen King’s novel and film Christine, we get to know 1968 Shelby Mustang GT500KR and see why it was known as King of the Road, and we catch up with a couple of Seventies custom van enthusiasts and their groovy creations.
Our September issue is a Cadillac special, with a selection of cars that represent the heyday of this hallowed marque’s history: Forties, Fifties and of course Sixties. There’s also a history of Cadillac and things are brought bang up to date with the latest all-electric Cadillac.
In the August issue, Steve Havelock interviews and profiles Lyn St. James, probably the fastest lady in American motorsport; and Evans reflects on how, fairly often, only a little bit of investigation and repair is required to make an old car roadworthy again.
In the July issue: Jim Maxwell celebrates the life of the ultimate ‘Car Guy’, Roger Penske; and we’ve got reports from VHRA Pendine Sands Hot Rod Races and Midland American Auto Club All-American Car, Truck & Bike Show.
In the May issue, Classic American meets one ’57 Ford that’s been resurrected by its enthusiastic owner; and editor Ben Klemenzson reveals how he ended up restoring his muscle car over four years… by accident!