In the February issue of Classic American: 1976 Cadillac Eldorado, 1970 Chevrolet Suburban, SEMA show, and more!
All your usual favourites are inside, including Muscle Car Files, Will Shiers’ Discoveries, and Across the Pond.
Plus, this issue includes:
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1965 & 1966 Corvettes
No, you’re not seeing double, it’s the Kingstown Shipping Car of the Year winner: the 1965 Corvette and its convertible big block 1966 sibling. We meet a man who lives, breathes and drives anything and everything Corvette, Stuart Curtis and his award-winning ’Vette.
1976 Cadillac Eldorado
Danyel Mills picked up the Kingstown Shipping Car of the Year Award at the Surrey Street Rodder’s Wheels Day show last year and here we get to examine probably the nicest Cadillac Eldorado of its type in this country – They don’t get cleaner than this!
From one extreme to another: Whilst the ’76 Eldorado featured elsewhere in the magazine might be the most mint example you can find, this tricky ’55 Caddy looks like it’s just been dragged out of a field. But don’t let the patina’d exterior mislead you, there’s a crisp new interior and bullet-proof drivetrain too…
1970 Chevrolet Suburban
What was it Boris Johnson said? Build back Better? Well that could be the philosophy of Classic American car restorer ICON who have taken a 1970 Suburban and spent a million dollars turning it into the ultimate retro-SUV showboat.
Plus much more!