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NZ Classic Driver magazine

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Paulkennedy
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NZ Classic Driver magazine

Post by Paulkennedy » Wed May 08, 2019 1:29 pm

This is an interesting SP article in this magazine.
Paul
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I don't know why there are two pictures.

tjt77
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Re: NZ Classic Driver magazine

Post by tjt77 » Fri May 17, 2019 4:53 pm

My observation has been that the classic car magazines in NZ are generally very high quality with superb articles.. the vintage car club is also very well organized with branches in every province..

daimlersteve
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Re: NZ Classic Driver magazine

Post by daimlersteve » Sat May 18, 2019 3:59 am

The Green example is my first SP ( 1970 ) As Bill says , rebuilt with many mods to stiffen the chassis and give better turn in some years ago.
Simons car is as detailed underneath as it is above. Very sharp.

Steve.
ps. just finishing painting the new 4 car garage extension ,then its back to the 2.8 ltr. mtr. to blueprint the head to piston interface.

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