AS OUR SPANNER-WIELDING LADS FIGHT ON. YOU’LL LAUGH, YOU’LL CRY OVER STRUGGLES WITH HEADLININGS, HEADLIGHT ISSUES AND EVEN DEBATES ABOUT LANGUAGE
Dave’s wrestling with headlight globe failure, expounding the merits of club permit schemes, analysing fuel consumption characteristics at idle, and there’s yet another Commer Knocker yarn.
Here’s a 10-year project with a happy ending. Well done Darryn. We love your work.
Glenn Torrens engages in unarmed combat with the sagging headliner in his Sigma. And wins...
Morley’s Project Duckshit suffers a delay to its progress as he sits besottedly admiring its newly arrived set of gleaming Superlite wheels.
When is a motor not an engine? Rob deals with this and other vital questions of our time.
He’s done it again. Try as he might Citroen Boy can’t resist eBay’s seductive charms. He’s come home yet again with yet another shedload of equipment.
Brian snapped up his lovely Charger 770 over 25 years ago for under two grand. These days as well as having the pleasure of driving the lovely Mopar coupe, he can enjoy knocking back offers of serious money for it.
Car enthusiasts clubs are about way more than social activities. The pooling of knowledge, the sharing of contacts, the sourcing of spares all make life easier and more enjoyable for classic car owners.