The July to September 2014 issue of Retro Classics Magazine is now on sale, and as always is stuffed with some of the finest modified classics in Ireland. On the cover is a real eye-catcher – the Celica RA28 is one of the most desirable classic Toyotas around, particularly the 2000GT model, and the one we feature this issue stands out even more thanks to its RAL orange paint and super-wide wheels. A very impressive, home-built SWB Audi Sport Quattro also features, as does a subtle Opel Kadett C with an XE red-top hidden under the bonnet. For Ford fans we’ve a rare Irish Mk2 Granada 2.8i Ghia that’s been restored to perfection and a funky Mk1 Escort restored by a father-and-son team. You’re guaranteed to be blown away by the crazy 1949 Oldsmobile on page 42, while a stunning Oettinger-tuned VW Golf G60 rounds off another hugely varied issue. Events-wise we’ve the whole country covered, from action from the historics at the Killarney Rally of the Lakes to the Loughgall Festival of Motorsport, plus the Kilbeggan American Car Show, DubShed 2014, the IEC Inishowen Run and lots, lots more. Remember the reader’s survey in the last issue? Well we’ve extended the closing date for online entries to the 1st of August, meaning you’re still in with a chance of winning a €200 voucher from Tallaght Powder Coating for your trouble. We’ve also a buyer’s guide on one of the most iconic coupes ever: the Mk2 and Mk3 Ford Capri. Add to all this our Club Scene section, News & Products and Diary Dates listings and you’ve got another jam-packed issue.
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|The April to June 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. On the cover is one of the rarest BMW E30s in the country; the Alpina C2 2.7 doesn’t exactly grow on trees, and so this Touring estate version is a very unusual sight indeed. As it’s too good to use every day, owner Davy Salley also runs us through his daily driver E30 saloon, which features a stealthy 2.8 conversion and widened steels. A seriously reworked C3 Corvette Stingray also features in this issue, as does another classic American in the form of a ’54 Chevy pickup, but one that’s a whole lot more subtle than our air-ride cover truck last issue! For Ford fans we’ve two beauties in the form of a mild custom Corsair V4 and a mint, stock Mk2 Escort RS2000, while a home-restored VW Beetle and a race-style Hillman Imp lead a rear-engined onslaught… [read more]|
|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… [read more]|
|The October to December 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 finest examples of a Series 1 Escort RS Turbo around. Despite its mint appearance this one packs a much-enlarged 1.9-litre CVH under the bonnet, packed with go-faster hardware like an all-steel bottom end and a Cosworth turbocharger. A seriously eye-catching C3 Corvette Stingray also features in this issue, as does another V8 in the form of a 3.9-litre fuel-injected MGB roadster, which is something of a sleeper to say the least. …. [read more]|
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]|