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1955 Chevrolet Pickup – Four-by-four for town and country

The half-ton truck here is a four-wheel drive 1955 Chevrolet owned by Murray Robinson, a car enthusiast who has owned many American cars, following the footsteps of his parents who have owned even more. Murray’s first car was a 1952 Chevrolet which he still owns. He also owns a 1956 panel truck that featured in the Daily Driver section of an earlier issue of  New Zealand Classic Car magazine.
The ’55-’59 Task Force pickups and trucks which also featured a panel van and station wagon in the range have always been popular and downright cool.

Subtle muscle

If there is such a thing as a subtle muscle car, the AMC Javelin is a strong contender     View fullsize Its lines are undeniably muscular with period-correct bulging

Watcha gonna do?

There is scarcely a car on the planet more polarizing than the Porsche 911      View fullsize Those in the Porsche camp will generally be firmly so, and will

Aero Worship – Aston Martin Vulcan

The Aston Martin Vulcan — a track-only limited-edition supercar, and the British marque’s most extreme and exhilarating creation to date      View fullsize A couple of years ago, three very

Charging more!

    American Charger or Australian Charger? It’s not all about Ford vs GM. Both variants of Mopar Chargers have their fans among Kiwis so where do they cross over?

A true survivor – 1962 EJ Holden

    I’m still standing! Among others, this survivor has had two careful lady owners, but it also spent several years waiting in the wings, all dressed up with no

Green magic – a Datsun game changer

    The Chris Stephens Datsun 240Z is a brilliant example of a model that changed the way we think about Japanese cars View fullsize  Is Japan about to become

Hurricane force – 1974 Maserati Bora

    Maserati named a number of its cars after winds because, in its opinion, that’s what the cars go like — the wind! View fullsize The dramatic mid-engine Bora,

Better than new – 1938 MG TA Tickford

    John Hancock’s 1938 MG TA Tickford garnered the highest score of all the cars entered in the 2019 Concours D’Elegance at the Ellerslie Classic Car Show. It’s easy

A true Kiwi classic: Triumph 2500 and 2500

    A new class of car that created a new class of buyer View fullsize Britain’s The Guardian newspaper chose 1963 as the year that defined the ‘modern era’ —

The Jeweller’s Touch

    If there was ever a classic with an almost supernatural refusal to grow old and fade away, this is it View fullsize ANDREW NEILL REMEMBERS A previous owner