New Retroautos

The January 2018 edition of Retroautos is now online. Click on this LINK.

How about a HR Holden coupe? What would it have looked like? Why did Holden not build it? We have the full story.

John Maclurcan shares his passion for his 1962 Vauxhall VX 4/90, Australia’s first locally-assembled affordable luxury sports sedan. John has driven the VX 4/90 all around the UK on its NSW licence plates!

Lance Wilson collects and restores historic speedway cars. He shows us his Trostle sprintcar, driven by American ace Larry Burton when he toured this country in 1980. It is all original!

Everyone knows about the Edsel. What is less known is that it could have looked very different had it been based on the Mercury XM 800 concept car as was originally planned. We have the story about how this stylish Mercury lost the competition to be the new Edsel but ended up in a movie, became a technical test bed at an American university, was left forgotten in a barn and now resides in a museum.

December edition of Retroautos is out now.


The December 2017 edition of Retroautos is now online on the Shannons Club website. Here’s the LINK.

This month we feature the 1966 Toronado. It is a styling tour-de-force.

The Toronado’s designer, David North, chatted with us about the origin of the car’s distinctive shape and its journey from design to driveway.

Also featured in the magazine is the affordable Australian dream car, the Purvis Eureka, and a factory RHD 1964 Rambler 770 Classic V8.

We hope you enjoy the stories. The magazine is published with passion and with pride.

November 2017 Retroautos is out!

The November 2017 edition of Retroautos is now online. Here’s the LINK.
We’ve got the inside story on the design and development of the 1955/56/57 Chevrolets, including never seen before prototype photos and images of the team that styled the cars.
We chat to British Ford collector, David Fotheringham, about his Lotus Cotina, GT Cortina and rare 1966 Corsair.
And check out RetroAds to compare Australian 1960s Chevrolet/Pontiac advertisements with their America counterparts. You’ll be surprised!
Retroautos is published with passion and with pride.