Is This 1964 Ford Mustang The Oldest In New Zealand?

Classic Reviews

By Ben Selby April 16th 1964. Television sets across America began broadcasting an advert made by the Ford Motor Company. What the announcer said next signified that something unique was on its way. “Coming April 17th, the unexpected, the Ford Mustang.” The term “unexpected” fit well, for no one was prepared for what Ford was about to show them. Prior …

John F Kennedy’s Presidential Lincoln is Up for Grabs

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The Lincoln which gave JFK is final completed journey is one of the starring lots at Bonham’s upcoming American Presidential Experience sale. This Ermine White 1963 Lincoln Continetal was used by President John F Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy while on their trip around Fort Worth Texas. On loan from local car dealer Bill Golightly, it was given the …

Is the Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray the Coolest Corvette Ever?

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The Corvette is the definitive all-American sports car. Having been in continuous production since 1953, very few people, petrolheads or not, haven’t heard of Chevrolet’s wild child. While countless variants have come and gone, the second-generation Corvette, is for many people, the Corvette’s finest hour. The roots of the second-generation car, the C2, can be traced back to the late …

Aston Martin Bulldog

The Greatest Aston That Never Was

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By Ben Selby In the late seventies, Aston Martin were not what one would call “financially stable.” The decade which gave us space hoppers, bell-bottom pants, T Rex and massive sideburns, saw the fortunes of Aston, take a slight nosedive. However, while better times lay ahead, this didn’t stop them from sticking two Churchillian fingers up at the competition. The …