Classics

Voyage to the bottom of the sea for Chrysler concept

The Chrysler Norseman was the concept car that never was. It now lies at the bottom of the ocean inside the wreck of a sunken ocean liner off the coast of Massachusetts,...

Car with no steering wheel and a story to tell

Tucked away in a corner of the Henry Ford Museum is one of the most significant cars of the 20th century. A large green car it is parked among many better known,...

Bet you missed national ‘revhead’ day?

It was National Motoring Heritage Day on Sunday, May 21. Oh, you missed it? We’re not surprised – it’s a well kept secret. The original idea was to...

How the car came to be called a car

We explore how the word “car” came about

THROWBACK AD: Ford Falcon XD 1979

Ford Australia turned to Europe for the Ford Falcon XD range

V16 Caddie could top magic quarter million mark

A superb V16 Cadillac could attract as much as $250,000 when it goes to auction in Sydney next week. The 1938 left-hand drive V16 Series 38-90 Convertible Coupe is one...

3D printing will revolutionise the car part business!

Here’s a prediction! The decreasing costs and increasing quality of 3D printing technology will soon impact classic car owners and forever change spare parts the...

Fess up Holden, who really designed the original Holden FX?

Who really designed the first Holden ever, the Holden FX?

Shannons Autumn Auction to Serve Up Tasty Classics

A selection of delicious European and English classics to go under the hammer at the Shannons Autumn auction in Sydney on the 22nd of May

How the HD Holden was nearly the EF (Holden that is)

The HD Holden had a colourful history.