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…Read more
Category: Feature Articles
This elegant Convertible Coupe has one obvious difference from most Packards you’ll see…Read more
A Bear in Wolf’s clothing?
You might walk past this ’69 Camaro at a car show and fail to realise how special it is…Read more
Will Shiers’ Voyage of Discoveries
We join Will Shiers on a 2800-mile trip through California, Nevada, Idaho, Washington and Oregon, as he searches for abandoned cars for your pleasure.Read more
Why you should MoT your classic American
Classic American editor Ben Klemenzson takes a personal stance about an issue that’s been a hot topic of conversation over the past year…Read more
Shipping a car? Here’s everything you need to know!
Classic American has teamed up with Car of the Year sponsors Kingstown Shipping to put together an indispensable guide for anyone thinking about shipping a vehicle from North America…Read more
End of an Era
Nick Axford’s 1959 Plymouth Fury is his first American car and what a way to start, with a car that represents the penultimate year of Plymouth’s fantastic fins.Read more
Nigel Lowndes’ 1972 Buick Centurion represents a rarity even in the States today: low mileage, immaculate condition and totally stock. We love it!Read more
Rockingham. Where did it all go wrong?
Another UK racing venue lost as Britain’s premier oval racetrack closed at end of 2018*. Mike Renaut investigates what happened and how we ended up here.Read more
Two into Four
Jim Maxwell examines what many consider to be America’s first truly mass-produced personal luxury car: the second-generation Ford Thunderbird…Read more