Just completed another large print order this time for The Galway Summer Rally. The order included The Official Rally Programme, Road book, Drivers time card books, Safety plan books, various vinyl labels and driver details insert for the program. Remember we don’t just design and print magazines, we print business cards, letterheads, flyers, posters, pull […]Read Full Article
LATEST ISSUE - 112 September 2015 ON SALE NOW
The September 2015 edition of Irish Vintage Scene (Issue 112) is on sale now, and once again is full to bursting with fascinating feature vehicles and show reports from all around Ireland.
On the cover of this month’s issue is a classic saloon that was once a hugely popular car on Irish roads, but sadly has become a very rare sight today, even at classic events; this 1976 Toyota Corolla KE20 is an original Irish example, and was bought new by the great grandaunt of the current owner. What’s more, she bequeathed her beloved runaround to him when he was just seven years old, so the recent completion of the car’s long-running restoration is something of a dream come true for this young enthusiast. Our second feature car couldn’t be any more different in appearance, yet also has an interesting Irish story to tell; this impressive 1959 Plymouth Belvedere limousine was one of a small number assembled new in this country, and its owner has amassed some great information on this almost forgotten corner of Irish automotive history.
Our main tractor feature this month looks at one enthusiast’s trio of classic Ferguson/Massey Fergusons – a TE20, FE35 and MF35X- each one of which is more beautifully restored than the last. The restorations have been a family affair for this young enthusiast, and it’s great to see young blood coming into the hobby in this way. Our second tractor story takes a look at a stunning Fordson Major E1A, which was restored by its experienced owner utilising as many of its original parts as possible to maintain its period correctness.
Moving to two wheels, our motorcycle feature this month looks at one man’s pair of Heinkel scooters, which includes a Tourist with only four miles (yes, four) on the odometer from new, while our commercial vehicle feature tells the unique story of a GM New Look bus that has been brought from Toronto to a new home in Ireland by a small group of committed transport enthusiasts. Closing out a packed issue is the final instalment of our story on a pre-war Morris Cowley Flatnose restoration.
Events-wise we’ve a lot going on this month, ranging from the Limerick Classic Car Show to the Ulster Vintage Commercial Vehicle Club’s Two-Day Run to the Cobh Lusitania Memorial Display and lots more besides, so you won’t want to miss the September 2015 issue of Irish Vintage Scene; get yours today!
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Irish Vintage Engine and Tractor Association National Vintage Rally on 2nd August in Doon, Co. Limerick. Mostrim & District Vintage Club Annual Charity Run on 2nd August from Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford Funcheon Vintage Club 4th Annual Vintage Tractor, Car and Motorcycle run on 2nd August from Kildorrery, Co. CorkRead Full Article
Carlow Vintage & Classic Motor Club Show at Duckett’s Grove, Carlow on the 17th of May 2015 – Video by Bob Flavin
Just some of the shows happening around the country this weekend you might be interested in going to. The below shows advertised in Irish Vintage Scene magazine, click on the image below to see full details. Classic Club Mountbellew Vintage Club Tullow Vintage Club Coolmoyne and Moyglass Vintage Club Western Veteran and Vintage Motor Club
Two shows worth a visit this weekend. Gowran Park, Co. Kilkenny on Saturday and Sunday and Streete Parish Park in Westmeath.
A Porsche 911 Turbo originally owned by Steve McQueen is headed to auction. The Porsche, said to be the last special-order 911 McQueen ever bought, is an original 1976 930 finished in Slate Gray. The early production example, not unlike the very first 911 Turbo, is powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter flat-six engine sans intercooler. […]
Paul Cooke Auctions are holding a Vintage and Classic Car Auction THIS Coming Thursday Night (9th July) at 7pm. Some Very Exciting and Rare Examples! Entries are arriving in the next few days and are also accepted. Naas Industrial Estate, Naas, Co. Kildare Tel: 045 254 250 www.paulcookeauctions.com Early Entries to Include: ENTRIES CURRENTLY BEING ACCEPTED! For more […]
Irish Vintage Scene and Retro Classics Magazine will have a trade stand at The 24th Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show which is Ireland’s largest classic car show and will be held in Terenure College, Dublin, on Sunday July 5th 2015. Call over to renew your subscription, pick up a back issue, binder or even a baseball cap to […]