Issue 193 IVS & Issue 45 RC

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IRISH VINTAGE SCENE ISSUE 193

The cover of our July 2022 issue goes to a heartening story for anyone that’s been searching for a long-lost car from their past. This Toyota enthusiast had been looking to buy a Corolla KE30 due to fond memories of the one his father bought new in 1977, and unwittingly managed to buy that very car after it had been on the missing list for over forty years! Now fully restored, unlikely to ever leave his family again. Our second featured car is a real rarity, one of just twelve Langridge Navajo kit-cars sold in the mid-eighties and is just fresh out of a comprehensive rebuild in Northern Ireland.

Our tractor feature this month tells the story of a 1950 Renault R7012 that was a surprise birthday present for its owner, who now uses it for vintage ploughing matches. Our motorcycle feature outlines one fan’s love for his very original 1969 Yamaha YAS1, and our commercial feature showcases a Scania 141 and Volvo F10 owned by a Longford family steeped in haulage.

 

RETRO CLASSICS ISSUE 45

The April to June 2022 issue of Retro Classics goes on sale shortly at good newsagents nationwide, or direct from us by ordering online with FREE POSTAGE. As always, we’ve a diverse selection of fast classics for you to peruse, headed up by a subtle Mk2 Escort packing a 250bhp Duratec punch. Further into the mag, we also feature a BEAMS 20-valve-powered Toyota Celica TA22 that’s been a labour of love for its owner, a BMW E30 Touring on split-rims and air suspension, an absolutely insane mid-engined Mini and one of the most enviable classic Opel collections you’ll ever see. 

With a detailing guide on the ins and outs of rotary polishers, a look back at the quirky car ads of decades past, a buyer’s guide on the Rover P6 and a return to event reports at last, there’s plenty to get your teeth into in this issue of Retro Classics, so don’t miss out – – pre-order a digital edition, click here to pre-order a copy online, with FREE POSTAGE on the island of Ireland, or watch out for it at all good newsagents from the 1st of April.

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