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THE FORGOTTEN AMERICAN

THE FORGOTTEN AMERICAN

Hundreds of thousands of people drive classic cars produced by America’s ‘Big Three’. Chrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company and General Motors sold their wares in millions each year back in the 1950s and 1960s, and fine examples are still present at most classic car events. They weren’t the only American cars, of course, and among the rarest are those from the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation.
JOCK & CASPER'S TALE

JOCK & CASPER'S TALE

day he would own this car. In 1968, he was able to purchase the Jaguar but after completing 15,000 miles in the car he was forced to sell it. However, the tale wasn’t over – almost three decades later, Jock was reunited with the XK140 he’d nicknamed ‘Casper’.

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TEMPERO TRIBUTE

TEMPERO TRIBUTE

The new owner was so confident in the quality of his new, hand-built car that after a handful of laps at Levels motor racing circuit, he and a companion squeezed their luggage into the available spaces and drove to Hawke’s Bay – at the start of winter!
A GUIDE TO FORGOTTEN KIWI CARS

A GUIDE TO FORGOTTEN KIWI CARS

In this, the first part of a new series detailing cars that are unique to New Zealand – compiled and written by Patrick Harlow, author of several books on Kiwi-designed and built cars – we present a trio of locally designed and built supercars.
GRAHAM PETER McRAE

GRAHAM PETER McRAE

We are born. We live. We die. What we do with the years between is our choice. Some waste their years. Others achieve greatness. Graham McRae achieved greatness.
MARK McFADDEN’S 260M ZEPHYR

MARK McFADDEN’S 260M ZEPHYR

After World War 2, when the importation of vehicles into New Zealand for most was not possible, the aspirations of local racing car builders took hold. It was a time that gave rise to our country’s reputation for producing a unique breed of can-do people that has seen subsequent generations fit into key positions within the international motor racing scene.

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