The January to March 2014 issue of Retro Classics Magazine is now on sale, and as always is packed with some of the finest retro and classic cars in Ireland. As usual it’s packed to the hilt with interesting high performance, retro and modern classics. For fans of V8 engines we’ve no less than three between the covers this time around, fitted to a highly-modified ’58 Land Rover, a timeless Dax Cobra kit car and a ratty fifties Chevy pickup on air suspension, plus lots of other features besides. Event report-wise there’s a whole lot going on in this issue; you’d never think it’s the end-of-year edition, as we’ve coverage ranging from the Classic Fords 4 CF show in Cork to the Spirit of Dunboyne Motorsport Festival in Co. Meath to the inaugural Air-Cooled Drag Day at Bishopscourt Airfi eld in Co. Down, so there’s plenty of variety there. We also bring you plenty of motorsport coverage, from the Ulster Rally to the Historic Racing Car Association championship, plus all of the usual favourites.
Don’t miss out; get your January to March 2014 issue of Retro Classics at all good newsagents from the 20th of December, or order online below.
The July to September 2013 issue of Retro Classics Magazine is now on sale, and as always is packed with some of the finest retro and classic cars in Ireland. On the cover is one of the most aggressive American classics you’re ever likely to see in Ireland; this 1969 Chevy Camaro has been highly-modified in a Pro-Street drag-race style, complete with a tuned 7.7-litre V8 under the bonnet and massive Mickey Thompson tyres under the rear, and that’s just for starters. A stunning VW Golf Mk1 also features, which packs a supercharged 2.8 VR6 engine …[read more]
|The April to June 2013 issue of Retro Classics Magazine is now on sale, and is fully loaded with some of the finest retro and classic cars in Ireland. On the cover is one of the finest examples of eighties hot-hatch technology, a 1986 VW Golf GTi that has just been restored to an impeccable standard. A stunning Mk1 Escort Mexico also features, which really stands out thanks to its bubble arches and Focus RS orange paintwork, while at the other end of the spectrum we showcase a slammed rat-look Citroen 2CV that doesn’t really have any …[read more]|