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Classics Monthly

Feb 01 2022
Magazine

Each issue is packed with the best down-to-earth advice, useful specialist information and news based on realistically priced classic cars, which will inspire you to buy, repair and restore your own classic cars. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

Classics Monthly

Editor Letter

THE BEST OF BRITISH • The 2021 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards in November celebrated outstanding achievements in the British historic motoring world.

CLASSIC HERITAGE IN POST-GLASGOW WORLD

AND THE HOTWHEELS LEGEND WINNER IS…

HYUNDAI GRANDEUR FEATURES 'NEWTRO'

CAN YOU HELP WITH CLASSICS BACK ISSUE?

MORGAN'S NEW 3-WHEELER

NO TIME TO DIE DEFENDER AT BRITISH MOTOR MUSEUM

EARLY BIRD TICKETS FOR DONINGTON

GHOSTBUSTER ECTO-1 PRICES GET SCARY!

BEAULIEU 2022 EVENT CALENDAR IS OUT

PRODUCTS

LETTERS

IAIN AYRE TIME AND PLACE

ROD KER IT'S GOOD FOR FARTS…

PHIL WHITE TO BOLDY GO…

FOR MY NEXT TRICK… • When he was six years old, Gez Medinger's party trick was that he could recite the top speed of any car then on sale in the UK. Some 35 years on he has a new party trick, but this time it is his DeLorean that does the talking.

CONSOLE YOURSELF WITH A CONSUL • Adrian Abbott’s glorious Ford Consul is a homage to the halcyon days of 1960s motoring, and to the cars his dad used to own.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY • 4 ISSUES JUST £31.96*

REJUVENATED, NOT RESTORED • Wez Cooper’s 1968 Volkswagen Type 3 Notchback is rejuvenated for the road.

RESTORATION

10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT… THE TRIUMPH TR2-3B • The Triumph marque is so famous for its sports cars that it is easy to forget how the TR2 of 1953 was something of a trailblazer for the company, and that it could all have gone so horribly wrong.

UK DIRECT DEBIT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER!

FORD CORTINA MK3 PROJECT PART 5 • It is time to start on the structural repairs to our Cortina, which has some rust issues despite having spent most of its life in sunny South Africa. After some 45 years though, that is only to be expected.

BITS AND BOBS

Scoop story – bashing metal

Niggly Porsche problems

Remember the Austin A35?

Troubleshooting with Steve Rothwell • Our helpful Q&A hotline may be able to solve your classic-related problems, so email us at classics.ed@kelsey.co.uk and we’ll do our best to help.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

PROJECT PANDA PART 4 • It is time to turn our attention to the front of the car, where work is needed on the brakes, suspension and steering even though it came with a current MoT.

PROJECT BLOWER BENTLEY PART 8 • In the final instalment of our Bentley Turbo R project, Rob Hawkins rounds up the remaining jobs – and explains why he’s not managed to finish everything that was on the initial list. You just can’t get the staff…!

TOOLBOX ESSENTIALS • You could easily spend more on tools than you did on buying a car to restore in the first place, and it is a fact that you can never have too many spanners! But what constitutes a basic starter kit?

SCREWDRIVERS

SPANNERS AND SOCKETS

THE BIG GUNS

JACKING AND LIFTING

POWER TOOLS

PERSONAL PROTECTION

AUSTIN MONTEGO ESTATE PART 7 • With the help of Colin Barnett, we take a step away from the workshop this issue and showcase some modern technology that came to the rescue of our venerable Montego.

Practical uses and examples

MGB BUYING GUIDE • The MGB Roadster produced from 1962-1980 and the MGB GT (1965-1980) are two of the most popular classic sports cars in the world. Rob Hawkins explains what you need to...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 116 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: Feb 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 23, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Each issue is packed with the best down-to-earth advice, useful specialist information and news based on realistically priced classic cars, which will inspire you to buy, repair and restore your own classic cars. Please note: This digital version of the magazine does not currently include the covermount items or content you would find on printed newsstand copies

Classics Monthly

Editor Letter

THE BEST OF BRITISH • The 2021 Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards in November celebrated outstanding achievements in the British historic motoring world.

CLASSIC HERITAGE IN POST-GLASGOW WORLD

AND THE HOTWHEELS LEGEND WINNER IS…

HYUNDAI GRANDEUR FEATURES 'NEWTRO'

CAN YOU HELP WITH CLASSICS BACK ISSUE?

MORGAN'S NEW 3-WHEELER

NO TIME TO DIE DEFENDER AT BRITISH MOTOR MUSEUM

EARLY BIRD TICKETS FOR DONINGTON

GHOSTBUSTER ECTO-1 PRICES GET SCARY!

BEAULIEU 2022 EVENT CALENDAR IS OUT

PRODUCTS

LETTERS

IAIN AYRE TIME AND PLACE

ROD KER IT'S GOOD FOR FARTS…

PHIL WHITE TO BOLDY GO…

FOR MY NEXT TRICK… • When he was six years old, Gez Medinger's party trick was that he could recite the top speed of any car then on sale in the UK. Some 35 years on he has a new party trick, but this time it is his DeLorean that does the talking.

CONSOLE YOURSELF WITH A CONSUL • Adrian Abbott’s glorious Ford Consul is a homage to the halcyon days of 1960s motoring, and to the cars his dad used to own.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY • 4 ISSUES JUST £31.96*

REJUVENATED, NOT RESTORED • Wez Cooper’s 1968 Volkswagen Type 3 Notchback is rejuvenated for the road.

RESTORATION

10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT… THE TRIUMPH TR2-3B • The Triumph marque is so famous for its sports cars that it is easy to forget how the TR2 of 1953 was something of a trailblazer for the company, and that it could all have gone so horribly wrong.

UK DIRECT DEBIT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER!

FORD CORTINA MK3 PROJECT PART 5 • It is time to start on the structural repairs to our Cortina, which has some rust issues despite having spent most of its life in sunny South Africa. After some 45 years though, that is only to be expected.

BITS AND BOBS

Scoop story – bashing metal

Niggly Porsche problems

Remember the Austin A35?

Troubleshooting with Steve Rothwell • Our helpful Q&A hotline may be able to solve your classic-related problems, so email us at classics.ed@kelsey.co.uk and we’ll do our best to help.

SUBSCRIBE TODAY

PROJECT PANDA PART 4 • It is time to turn our attention to the front of the car, where work is needed on the brakes, suspension and steering even though it came with a current MoT.

PROJECT BLOWER BENTLEY PART 8 • In the final instalment of our Bentley Turbo R project, Rob Hawkins rounds up the remaining jobs – and explains why he’s not managed to finish everything that was on the initial list. You just can’t get the staff…!

TOOLBOX ESSENTIALS • You could easily spend more on tools than you did on buying a car to restore in the first place, and it is a fact that you can never have too many spanners! But what constitutes a basic starter kit?

SCREWDRIVERS

SPANNERS AND SOCKETS

THE BIG GUNS

JACKING AND LIFTING

POWER TOOLS

PERSONAL PROTECTION

AUSTIN MONTEGO ESTATE PART 7 • With the help of Colin Barnett, we take a step away from the workshop this issue and showcase some modern technology that came to the rescue of our venerable Montego.

Practical uses and examples

MGB BUYING GUIDE • The MGB Roadster produced from 1962-1980 and the MGB GT (1965-1980) are two of the most popular classic sports cars in the world. Rob Hawkins explains what you need to...


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