NZ Classic Car


ell, that’s only partially true — it got broken in the quakes, so I’ve been brushing up on my reading instead. Here in New Zealand, we have the Federation of Motoring Clubs (FOMC) and overseas there is FIVA (Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens), or for those readers who only speak English — the International Federation of Historic Vehicles. Both groups’ focus is primarily to ensure that the rights of classic vehicle owners (to use their cars and motorcycles) are maintained. FIVA recently posed the question, “In 20, 30, 50 years’ time, will we be allowed to drive historic vehicles at

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Saker — Bird Of Prey
Even at a casual glance, it is clear that the Saker is not just another car. What is not so clear is the relationship that it has with Bruce McLaren. Not only did its creator, Bruce Turnbull, want to build a street-legal race car, as Bruce did with h
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Book Review
THE MGC GTS Lightweights: Abingdon’s Last Racers Written by David Morys | Review by Mark Holman | Published 2019 by Veloce, which supplied the review copy. | ISBN: 978-1-787114-45-6 The MGC never enjoyed the success of its smaller-engined elder broth
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The Right Racing Recipes, And Cake
If a Top Fuel dragster sits atop the horsepower list of open-wheel racing cars, then cars designed for the massively successful Formula Ford (FF) category are close to the opposite end. Invented in the mid 1960s as a cheap alternative to Formula 3 fo