Clem Smith was, and still is, well loved among Australian motor enthusiasts, and for justified reasons.
This collection is going to knock your socks off! It’s an incredible tribute to motoring history, with over 30 cars spanning from as early as 1919 to the early 2000s!
Old American pickup trucks are becoming popular in Australia right now. But now something a little bit different has hit Australian shores, an original 1951 Ford F1 Panel Van.
Incorporate retro elements into your classic car – think excessive, colourful and experimental and you’ll be on the right track!
Buying a used car interstate can be tricky but worth the effort, especially if you can’t find the make or model you want at home.
As long as it doesn’t cost you the earth in petrol, you can get parts for it and it’s easy enough to work on, there’s no reason you can’t buy an affordable classic car you can drive every day.
Such a large vehicle requires an experienced driver, but even those that have been driving for over twenty years can be caught off guard.
Even though the market is saturated with high tech Japanese imports, the classic Aussie car still has a place in our hearts. Here’s our salute to 10 classic cars we’re proud to say are Aussie icons.
A modern car with a good safety rating is a sensible necessity for getting from A to B. But sometimes it can lack the exciting features that we really want.
Nothing says Australian muscle car like the GT Ford Falcon. Here are a few things you may not have known about this iconic car.