The September 2017 edition of Retroautos is now online at this LINK.
We have never before published photos of the 1972 ZF Ford Fairlane prototypes.
Phil Green chats to us about his 1966 Buick Riviera, plus we have a Design to Driveway feature about the development of the ’66 Riviera.
Regional Australian cities are full of great classic cars. We go to Mount Isa to hear about Glen Graham’s EJ Holden wagon and Ford Mustang,
Rob Burns shows us around his 1933 Aussie-built Dodge to remind us what motoring was like 80 years ago.
We hope you enjoy this month’s magazine. It is published with passion and with pride.
The July 2017 edition of Retroautos is now online. Please click on this LINK and it will take you to the magazine.
The big news this month is that we have uncovered Holden’s secret plans to replace the FJ in 1954 with a model they called the “FG”, two years before the FE was released. The” FG” has been a well kept secret for many years and Holden’s plans included a sedan, ute, panel van and a 4X4 light truck. But it never went beyond the prototype stage. We can now bring you the exclusive story and the photos of this long forgotten Holden.
Plus, we showcase a VW Combi Collection that pays for itself !
We hope you enjoy this issue of Retroautos. As always, it is published with passion and with pride.
I am very pleased to announce that the November edition of RetroAutos is now available to read online.
I am sorry I missed announcing the October edition, but I have been super busy trying to find a new job and I completely missed it.
As I hope you know, my pictures are a regular feature of RetroAutos magazine and have been for the past 12 months or so. It is very exciting and a little humbling to have so many people looking at my creations.
The other exciting news is that Shannons is hosting the magazine.
This issues covers:
The 40th anniversary of the Rover SD1
100 Dorts in the world
and of course my pics.
I would like to thank David, the editor for his continued hard work.
The August 2016 edition of Retroautos is now on line. There’s plenty of reading, and it is all free.
Click on this link: http://issuu.com/retroautos (or go through www.retroautos.com.au).
We bring you the third and concluding part of our HD/HR Holden story with some never before published images of HR prototypes, proposed ideas for interior designs and a profile of the late Joe Schemansky, the former Holden Design Director, who styled the HR and many more Holdens in the 1960s and 1970s.
We chat with John Gerdtz, who owns Buicks, and Bill Kington, who collects Lincolns, about 1970s American luxury cars. It was a time when size did matter.
We know you will enjoy this edition of Retroautos. It is published with passion and with pride.