The October issue of Classic American is jam-packed with American automotive goodness! There’s everything from a brand-new Camaro ZL1 to a 1939 Ford pick-up truck, a mint example of a 1962 Cadillac to a stunning survivor 1972 Dodge Demon.
Four-wheel drives don’t come much more iconic than the Ford Bronco and we reveal a stunning 1966 version with all new high-tech underpinnings and an awesome 426bhp 5.0-litre Coyote V8 engine. And whilst we’re on the subject of modifications we have an interview on the hottest new customiser Stateside hitting our screens today: Noah Alexander of Classic Car Studio.
It may be time to put your classic American away for the winter, but one last polish or wax is always recommended and we’ve got an in-depth technical feature put together with detailing experts Meguiar’s on how to get the best from your car’s paint, whether it’s absolutely pristine or painfully patina’d. With 26 pages of show coverage, featuring everything from Goodwood to the Mopar EuroNats, Dragstalgia and the Pendine hot rod races, we’ve just made created an endless summer for you!