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« on: Thursday, 14 January, 2016, 03:29:55 AM »

RETROAUTOS online Magazine latest edition is out

http://www.retroautos.com.au/

Peter Hibbert’s 1940 Ford coupe graces the cover this month. It’s an ex-moonshine runner’s car from the USA which Peter has restored.
Jeremy Braithwaite spent a weekend with a big group of pre-war MG owners at Mt Panorama and has come down from the mountain with a great story and fabulous images.
We talk to Peter Sara about his rare 1940 Vauxhall Caleche, built by Holden at its then newly opened Pagewood factory.
Russell Holden found an Australian-bodied 1918 Cadillac and has returned it to its former high class glory.
Very few Japanese built Hillmans still exist today. Vic Hughes explains how these very British cars came to be manufactured in Japan in the 1950s.
John Pisani owns Models 56 and he shows us around his 1959 Holden station wagon which was used as the template for one of his most successful 1/43rd scale models.
We visit the “Lost in the ‘50s” museum, located on the outskirts of Newcastle, and take a look at all of the American cars on display.
The BMW 507 was a styling success but commercial failure when it was released in 1955. Sixty years later they fetch millions of dollars at auction. We delve into the history of this sleek sports car, an example of which was owned by Elvis Presley.
Plus, there's all the regular features: RetroRacing, RetroAds, RetroAuctions and RayTookThis.
We hope you enjoy the 53rd edition of Retroautos. Please forward it far and wide. It is published with passion and pride.
Thanks, David
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