Old EU/US cars test drive editor
Andy Green’s 1976 Mercury Marquis is a low-mileage and very original example of how even the base model cars were luxurious in the Seventies. Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Richardson.
Two very different Dodge Chargers from two Fast and Furious films. We find out what it takes to build an authentic movie car... Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Woods.
1970 Buick Electra 225 Alf Murphy’s 1970 Buick Electra 225 is the result of his fascination with the cars since childhood and he could not be happier owning this well cared for example… Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Garry Stuart.
Red Alert. Robin Shackleton’s very red 1963 Ford Galaxie 500/XL was purchased largely out of admiration for a similar car raced by Jack Sears in the Sixties. Mike Renaut takes a look at this very special full-size Ford… Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Woods.
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 was his. Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Richardson.
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 faster… Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Paul Trunfull.
1972 Dodge Demon Never ones to take the obvious route, Nicola Zadrozny and husband Jon Moulds wanted something unusual for their first American car − this 1972 Dodge Demon. Words: Mike Renaut Photography: John Colley.
1965 Plymouth Fury III Nod to NASCAR. James Dixey’s 1965 Plymouth Fury III might look and sound like a race car, but he still uses it every day… Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Richardson.
Man with a Classic Van 1951 Pontiac Delivery. Brian Howlett’s 1951 Pontiac Sedan Delivery is a rare beast hailing from a brief period when Pontiac thought there might be demand for an upmarket van. 1951 Pontiac Sedan Delivery. Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Richardson.
White Lighting Chrysler's Magic Number. Paul Elvin bought this 1966 Chrysler 300 partially because he adored its fantastic interior, but before long he loved everything about it… 1966 Chrysler 300 Words: Mike Renaut. Photography: Matt Woods.