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Classic American

May 01 2021
Magazine

Classic American magazine featuring Classic American muscle and Classic American styling. Each month packed full of restoration stories, news from the Classic American scene, hundreds of classifieds, readers letters and rides. So don't miss out, immerse yourself each month in a little part of the American Dream. Subscribe to the digital edition today - and enjoy savings on RRP of over 70% - Instant delivery worldwide. Never miss an issue.

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Classic American

SHOWS TO GO AHEAD!

AUCTION WATCH • Auction season runs into spring, as online auctions now are the only way to keep these automotive circuses going… and some pretty interesting vehicles went under the hammer on both sides of the pond during March. Classic American takes a look at some of the more interesting and unusual offerings…

KEEP ON TRUCKIN’

MEET THE CONTRIBUTOR Steve Havelock – photographer and writer • Continuing our series introducing the writers and photographers behind the pages of Classic American, this month we meet Steve Havelock, who’s been contributing to the title since… well, Adam was a lad!

Muscle car files • With Chargers, Challengers and Barracudas getting out of financial reach of most enthusiasts, maybe now’s the time to rediscover Mopar’s little-big muscle car: the Duster…

Amectran EXAR-1 • Electric sports cars? We’ve been here before; Richard Heseltine uncovers the EXAR-1, the American late-Seventies/early-Eighties electric offerings that made a big splash, yet sank without a trace…

Classic police cruisers • Evans discusses the fascination around stateside squad cars …

STAR Letter

BURIED TREASURE • This ’68 El Camino draws attention for its moody looks and low stance, but few who see it would guess what’s going on under the surface, as Nigel Boothman discovers…

catch up • Classic American catches up with Stuart Davies, proprietor of Carrot Town Garage, to find out the latest goings-on with the business…

Runnin' in the Family • James Reed’s Camaro wasn’t just a young man’s whim, he acquired it after a lifetime’s tutelage from his American car-mad family, as Jon Cass discovers…

Fine '49 • Martin Skipper missed out on his 1949 Cadillac Series 60 Fleetwood four-door sedan once – so when it came up for sale a second time, he was determined not to miss out again. But it wasn’t all plain sailing, as Keith Harman discovered…

PERFECT PAIRING • Paul Bussey meets a man with a passion for Plymouths. So much so, he owns two: a 1959 Plymouth Fury two-door hardtop and 1959 Plymouth Deluxe Suburban four-door, six-passenger station wagon…

Mark of Respect • The Continental Mark III aimed to reignite the glamour and prestige of the 1956/1957 Continental Mark II, but managed to do so on a much more commercially successful basis than its Fifties predecessor…

What the critics said

THE STORY OF THE "ROVEBAKER" • A letter in a recent issue of Classic American inspired John Bath to look into the design cross-fertilisation that took place across the Channel between Rover and Studebaker at the end of the war…

Cousins reunited

CLASSICE AMERICAN PEOPLE Willy T Ribbs • Steve Havelock recounts the struggles of one of America’s (if not the world’s) first black men to make it big in motorsport – it’s a story of sheer grit, determination and not taking ‘no’ for an answer…

will shiers' DISCOVERIES will shiers • Our intrepid salvage yard explorer brings you junkyard jewels from across North America.

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Mortons Media Group, Ltd Edition: May 01 2021

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Classic American magazine featuring Classic American muscle and Classic American styling. Each month packed full of restoration stories, news from the Classic American scene, hundreds of classifieds, readers letters and rides. So don't miss out, immerse yourself each month in a little part of the American Dream. Subscribe to the digital edition today - and enjoy savings on RRP of over 70% - Instant delivery worldwide. Never miss an issue.

DATES NOT DATA

Classic American

SHOWS TO GO AHEAD!

AUCTION WATCH • Auction season runs into spring, as online auctions now are the only way to keep these automotive circuses going… and some pretty interesting vehicles went under the hammer on both sides of the pond during March. Classic American takes a look at some of the more interesting and unusual offerings…

KEEP ON TRUCKIN’

MEET THE CONTRIBUTOR Steve Havelock – photographer and writer • Continuing our series introducing the writers and photographers behind the pages of Classic American, this month we meet Steve Havelock, who’s been contributing to the title since… well, Adam was a lad!

Muscle car files • With Chargers, Challengers and Barracudas getting out of financial reach of most enthusiasts, maybe now’s the time to rediscover Mopar’s little-big muscle car: the Duster…

Amectran EXAR-1 • Electric sports cars? We’ve been here before; Richard Heseltine uncovers the EXAR-1, the American late-Seventies/early-Eighties electric offerings that made a big splash, yet sank without a trace…

Classic police cruisers • Evans discusses the fascination around stateside squad cars …

STAR Letter

BURIED TREASURE • This ’68 El Camino draws attention for its moody looks and low stance, but few who see it would guess what’s going on under the surface, as Nigel Boothman discovers…

catch up • Classic American catches up with Stuart Davies, proprietor of Carrot Town Garage, to find out the latest goings-on with the business…

Runnin' in the Family • James Reed’s Camaro wasn’t just a young man’s whim, he acquired it after a lifetime’s tutelage from his American car-mad family, as Jon Cass discovers…

Fine '49 • Martin Skipper missed out on his 1949 Cadillac Series 60 Fleetwood four-door sedan once – so when it came up for sale a second time, he was determined not to miss out again. But it wasn’t all plain sailing, as Keith Harman discovered…

PERFECT PAIRING • Paul Bussey meets a man with a passion for Plymouths. So much so, he owns two: a 1959 Plymouth Fury two-door hardtop and 1959 Plymouth Deluxe Suburban four-door, six-passenger station wagon…

Mark of Respect • The Continental Mark III aimed to reignite the glamour and prestige of the 1956/1957 Continental Mark II, but managed to do so on a much more commercially successful basis than its Fifties predecessor…

What the critics said

THE STORY OF THE "ROVEBAKER" • A letter in a recent issue of Classic American inspired John Bath to look into the design cross-fertilisation that took place across the Channel between Rover and Studebaker at the end of the war…

Cousins reunited

CLASSICE AMERICAN PEOPLE Willy T Ribbs • Steve Havelock recounts the struggles of one of America’s (if not the world’s) first black men to make it big in motorsport – it’s a story of sheer grit, determination and not taking ‘no’ for an answer…

will shiers' DISCOVERIES will shiers • Our intrepid salvage yard explorer brings you junkyard jewels from across North America.

Scale autos


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