Retro Reviews

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1957 Plymouth Belvedere Nick Parker wanted to own this stunning 1957 Plymouth Belvedere coupe as soon as he saw it, but had to wait more than a decade before it…
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1964 Cadillac Sedan DeVille The fame of Cadillac’s late Fifties models eclipses every other era, which is a shame because the cars they built got better and better. Could any…
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This elegant 1939 Packard Convertible Coupe has one obvious difference from most Packards you’ll see – it’s right-hand drive. Now approaching its 80th birthday, it’s found a home 10,0 miles…
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The Custom Royal was Dodge’s top trim level in the Fifties, offering a stunning mix of luxury, performance and value. After a dedicated restoration, this rare convertible is fit for…
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You might walk past this ’1969 Chevrolet Camaro at a car show and fail to realize how special it is. When it romped past you on the way home, you’d…
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Dodge Charger Moody muscle car prowls New York streets. Dodging the Bullitt. It might not be San Francisco, but New-York and a Charger R/T make a great playground for a…
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1965 Buick Riviera Best Buick ever? Personal luxury special. The troubled birth of Buick’s personal luxury coupe was GM’s best response to the Ford Thunderbird, but when the model arrived…
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Magical Mercury. Ken Staples’ 1957 Mercury Monterey might look like it’s a 1958 model from the headlamps… but there’s a story behind that, as Jon Cass explains... Words and photography: Jon…
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1971 Plymouth Duster Twister Paul Singer’s 1971 Plymouth Duster Twister was bought to tow his caravan, but then out of a misfortune came the opportunity to make it go somewhat…
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Bull it t is back! After decades in storage, one of the most iconic movie cars returns to the scene of its most famous appearance: the streets of San Francisco……
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OLDS FAITHFUL You never forget your first love – and Gary Lord won’t, because he still owns the Oldsmobile 442 he bought at 15… Words Greg Macleman. Photography Will Williams.