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Classic American

Jun 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.

GOOD NEWS!

Classic American

AUCTION WATCH

Cadillac’s final petrol vehicles unveiled

American car shows and events 2021

FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL

Ring hand-held tyre inflator RTC2000

Perfect dad’s day out!

It’s dead good! Meet the Ford/ Lincoln Explorer/Nautilus hearse

ON THIS DAY

First show of the year!

MEET THE CONTRIBUTOR

1971-1974 AMC Javelin • The early Seventies might be the time when most people think muscle cars went into decline, yet one manufacturer still managed to keep the faith. Enter stage left, AMC’s Javelin…

Ghia Chrysler 400 Superdart • Not all fins were just for show, as the 1957 Ghia Chrysler 400 Superdart proves, and not only that – this was a fully functional show car, not just a lame duck buck incapable of actually moving under its own steam…

A shortage of chips • Evans discusses the ongoing global semiconductor issue and the impact it is having on North American vehicle demand.

STAR Letter

A King among Giants • As one of the people involved in one of the most important classic American events on the calendar, David Radcliffe-Watts is most definitely a classic American connoisseur. So when he hankered after this Pontiac Star Chief Custom Catalina, we knew it had to be something special…

LITTLE & LARGER • When Stuart ‘Chubby’ Checksfield wants to take his 1931 Buick to a car show it goes in style, on the back of his home-grown, diesel-converted 1972 Chevrolet car carrier.

Mean Green Machine • A Cobra Jet-powered Torino is certainly one of the less obvious muscle cars but, as Paul Bussey discovers, this under-the-radar performance machine has plenty of grunt and power credentials where it counts: under the bonnet.

Finale-the end of an era? • Last month we unveiled one of Lincoln’s most successful Continentals ever, the 1969 Continental Mark III. It was a success story that Lincoln reworked over the following decade with the Mark IV and Mark V…

TECH: LUBRICATION KEEP YOUR MOTOR RUNNING • Oil. It’s a car’s lifeblood. The oil we use can have a direct effect on a motor’s longevity: it’s not just regular oil and filter changes, but using the right sort of oil that’s really important. If you think you know all about oil and your engine, think again, as you may discover a few interesting facts in this piece about that ingredient that’s vital to the healthy running of any car.

E10 PETROL – THE FACTS • E10 is coming: what will extra ethanol do to your classic? Doubling the ethanol content of pump petrol could have serious implications for older vehicles. Find out what you can do to protect your pride and joy.

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Readers’ Rides • Classic American gets all over the world, as this month’s Readers’ Rides proves, coming all the way from sunny Spain, where ex-pat Brit Geoff Saunders lives with this very tasty Buick Riviera. Here’s his story in his own words:

SHOW REPORT

Will Shiers' DISCOVERIES • 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: Jun 01 2021

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  • Release date: May 17, 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.

GOOD NEWS!

Classic American

AUCTION WATCH

Cadillac’s final petrol vehicles unveiled

American car shows and events 2021

FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL

Ring hand-held tyre inflator RTC2000

Perfect dad’s day out!

It’s dead good! Meet the Ford/ Lincoln Explorer/Nautilus hearse

ON THIS DAY

First show of the year!

MEET THE CONTRIBUTOR

1971-1974 AMC Javelin • The early Seventies might be the time when most people think muscle cars went into decline, yet one manufacturer still managed to keep the faith. Enter stage left, AMC’s Javelin…

Ghia Chrysler 400 Superdart • Not all fins were just for show, as the 1957 Ghia Chrysler 400 Superdart proves, and not only that – this was a fully functional show car, not just a lame duck buck incapable of actually moving under its own steam…

A shortage of chips • Evans discusses the ongoing global semiconductor issue and the impact it is having on North American vehicle demand.

STAR Letter

A King among Giants • As one of the people involved in one of the most important classic American events on the calendar, David Radcliffe-Watts is most definitely a classic American connoisseur. So when he hankered after this Pontiac Star Chief Custom Catalina, we knew it had to be something special…

LITTLE & LARGER • When Stuart ‘Chubby’ Checksfield wants to take his 1931 Buick to a car show it goes in style, on the back of his home-grown, diesel-converted 1972 Chevrolet car carrier.

Mean Green Machine • A Cobra Jet-powered Torino is certainly one of the less obvious muscle cars but, as Paul Bussey discovers, this under-the-radar performance machine has plenty of grunt and power credentials where it counts: under the bonnet.

Finale-the end of an era? • Last month we unveiled one of Lincoln’s most successful Continentals ever, the 1969 Continental Mark III. It was a success story that Lincoln reworked over the following decade with the Mark IV and Mark V…

TECH: LUBRICATION KEEP YOUR MOTOR RUNNING • Oil. It’s a car’s lifeblood. The oil we use can have a direct effect on a motor’s longevity: it’s not just regular oil and filter changes, but using the right sort of oil that’s really important. If you think you know all about oil and your engine, think again, as you may discover a few interesting facts in this piece about that ingredient that’s vital to the healthy running of any car.

E10 PETROL – THE FACTS • E10 is coming: what will extra ethanol do to your classic? Doubling the ethanol content of pump petrol could have serious implications for older vehicles. Find out what you can do to protect your pride and joy.

Ad Gallery

Readers’ Rides • Classic American gets all over the world, as this month’s Readers’ Rides proves, coming all the way from sunny Spain, where ex-pat Brit Geoff Saunders lives with this very tasty Buick Riviera. Here’s his story in his own words:

SHOW REPORT

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

BLUE PAGES

Scale autos

Classic American Reviews


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