David Burrell

David Burrell is the founder and editor of Retroautos.com.au, a free online classic cars magazine. David has a passion for cars and car design. He's also into speedway, which he's been writing about since 1981. His first car was a rusted-out 1961 Vauxhall Velox. Prior to starting the magazine, David worked as an international executive in a Fortune 500 company, in Australia, NZ, Asia, Latin America and the UK.

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?

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

The HD Holden had a colourful history.

Chrysler Thunderbolt like something out of a sci-fi movie

The Chrysler Thunderbolt was way ahead of its time

GM stole T-Top roof for the Corvette

TASCO was ahead of its time with the T-Top

The man who saved the Ford V8

All Ford V8 fans ought to take a moment to remember Chase Morsey.

Chrysler ‘batmobile’ targets Chevrolet Corvette

Wild Plymouth XNR Concept Car was Chrysler’s answer to the Corvette

How the Chevrolet Corvair helped elect George W Bush

You might think that the Model T Ford is the most influential car ever produced in the USA, but I disagree. My pick is the Chevrolet Corvair. Chevrolet released the...

Au Revoir: Challenge for Holden will be Holding onto Talent

Sale of Opel to PSA now shrouds Commodore future with mystery

The incredible see-through Pontiac

Peekaboo ! This see-through 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six is the real deal and it still exists, 78 years after it was first constructed.