November 2013 VR

$20.00

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VINTAGE RACECAR

Interview: Eppie Wietzes – John Wright speaks with the two-time Canadian champion and Trans-Am titlist about his career.

Profile: Wild Rover – James Beckett enjoys climbing behind the wheel of a V8-powered, works-built, Rover P6.

Feature: 1955 Watkins Glen – Carl Goodwin takes us back to the final year of open-road racing in upstate New York.

Fast Lines: Rush and Reality – Pete Lyons reflects on his own memories of the 1976 F1 season in anticipation of Ron Howard’s new movie.

Heroes: Tony Brooks – Robert Newman looks back upon the career of one of the best British drivers from F1’s golden era of the ’50s.

Legends Speak: The Bahamas Adventure – Hugh Dibley recounts his experiences racing Formula Junior Lola during several Bahamas Speed Weeks.

Art History: “Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3” – Todd Cook paints a whimsical homage to Alfa Romeo’s legendary pre-war GP car.

Greatest Racecars: 1991 Williams FW14 – Riccardo Patrese remembers the car in which he won two GPs and placed 3rd in the World Championship.

Last Lap: Relevance – Mike Lawrence notes that racing’s main contributions to road-going automobiles have come from sports cars.

First Turn: A Rush Delivery

Hidden Treasure: 1961 ACI “BoMiske” Special

Market Guide: Pre-War Part II

Photo Galleries: Shelsley Walsh, Milwaukee, Morgan Park, Road America, Schenley Park, Monterey, Silverstone

VINTAGE ROADCAR

Profile: Sibling Rivalry – 1937 Wanderer W25K Sports Roadster

Interview: Michael & Joanie Rich and Mark Lizewskie – Founders, The Elegance and The Grand Ascent at Hershey

Feature: Dream Cars – Cadillac Concept Cars: Mild, Medium, Hot & Wild

The Restorers: Classic Restoration and Service

Driven: 1967 Amphicar Model 770

Photo Gallery: Sully Antique Car Show, Aston Martin Centenary, Schloss Dyck Classic Days, The Quail Motorsport Gathering, Concorso Italiano, Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

Collecting from the Web: Datsun Z

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Dimensions 420 × 268 in

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