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Classic.Retro.Modern. is the start of something special. A new monthly magazine focusing on established, emerging and modern classics. The cars of the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and ’00s might be familiar, but the stories we tell will be anything but. Classic.Retro.Modern. isn’t here to fit in.

Every month, our readers can expect superb writing, great photography, quality print, excellent design, and an ability to think differently. The cars will be accessible, attainable, and relevant. Our mix will be eclectic. Discover the joys of owning a Reliant Regal before turning over to read about why you should be considering a Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk 5. The Jaguar E-Type rubbing shoulders with the Vauxhall Calibra. The Mini 1275 GT sharing space with the Fiat Panda Mk1.

Classic.Retro.Modern. is fresh enough to appeal to young drivers taking their first tentative steps in the world of classic cars. Established to appeal to knowledgeable enthusiasts who have seen (and read) it all. The magazine will be as at home on a coffee table as it is at a local ‘cars and coffee’ event.

On-sale monthly, it’s packed with classic cars. Regulars such as buying guides, reader restorations and news will be accompanied by drive stories and features designed to excite, inform, and enthuse. Classic.Retro.Modern. will be printed on high-quality paper and filled with great photography and superb design.

The team has a long and successful track record, consisting of Ian Robertson as Publisher, Richard Dredge in as Editor and Gavin Braithwaite-Smith taking the role of Deputy Editor, alongside other well-respected contributors. And that’s all backed up by a group of incredibly talented classic car nuts that look after the design, website and behind the scenes, it’s very much a case that we’ve assembled our dream team.
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July/August 2024 Some guys get all the luck. While many of us were chained to the desk, preparing issue 29 for your pleasure, Antony Ingram was in Essex driving what is arguably the prettiest Triumph ever built. Several readers have told us that the Italia 2000 would secure a space in their dream garage, so we’ve done the honourable thing by putting one on the cover. Enjoy Antony’s words, Simon Thompson’s fine photos and Graham Andrew’s delightful car. To provide some balance and to ensure we don’t get ideas above our station, we’ve devoted several pages to a perennial favourite, the Talbot Tagora. Meanwhile, Rich Duisberg remembers the cars of Bullseye, Richard Dredge tells you how to buy the right Ford Sierra, and Harley Gasson lifts the lid on owning an Alfa Romeo 159. After reading his words, you might not want one, although his 007-inspired special is for sale… As we’re now deep into show season, our contributors and correspondents have been to events and museums all over Europe. Alex Wakefield drove to EMWalhalla (aka the Dutch Festival of the Unexceptional) in a Perodua Nippa, Richard Dredge was at Motofest Coventry and Shelsley Walsh for the third annual Hagerty Hillclimb, and Gavin has been to Gothenburg to check out the new World of Volvo exhibition centre. He even had dinner with his dream Swede. If that’s not enough, we’ve got features on retro audio, the Volkswagen K70, three famous Rovers and some of our favourite hatchbacks of the 1980s. Oh, and do check out the Czech on a Trek charity run, which sees Connor Heath and Daniel Beaney driving to Croatia in a Škoda Favorit. Read the full report from the 7500km adventure in issue 30. Enjoy the mag and let us know what you think about the feel and smell of the latest issue. We’ve made a couple of tiny tweaks to the print quality, so we should be back to our fragrant best.


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Some guys get all the luck. While many of us were chained to the desk, preparing issue 29 for your pleasure, Antony Ingram was in Essex driving what is arguably the prettiest Triumph ever built. Several readers have told us that the Italia 2000 would secure a space in their dream garage, so we’ve done the honourable thing by putting one on the cover. Enjoy Antony’s words, Simon Thompson’s fine photos and Graham Andrew’s delightful car.

To provide some balance and to ensure we don’t get ideas above our station, we’ve devoted several pages to a perennial favourite, the Talbot Tagora. Meanwhile, Rich Duisberg remembers the cars of Bullseye, Richard Dredge tells you how to buy the right Ford Sierra, and Harley Gasson lifts the lid on owning an Alfa Romeo 159. After reading his words, you might not want one, although his 007-inspired special is for sale…

As we’re now deep into show season, our contributors and correspondents have been to events and museums all over Europe. Alex Wakefield drove to EMWalhalla (aka the Dutch Festival of the Unexceptional) in a Perodua Nippa, Richard Dredge was at Motofest Coventry and Shelsley Walsh for the third annual Hagerty Hillclimb, and Gavin has been to Gothenburg to check out the new World of Volvo exhibition centre. He even had dinner with his dream Swede.

If that’s not enough, we’ve got features on retro audio, the Volkswagen K70, three famous Rovers and some of our favourite hatchbacks of the 1980s. Oh, and do check out the Czech on a Trek charity run, which sees Connor Heath and Daniel Beaney driving to Croatia in a Škoda Favorit. Read the full report from the 7500km adventure in issue 30.

Enjoy the mag and let us know what you think about the feel and smell of the latest issue. We’ve made a couple of tiny tweaks to the print quality, so we should be back to our fragrant best.
read more read less
Classic.Retro.Modern. is the start of something special. A new monthly magazine focusing on established, emerging and modern classics. The cars of the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and ’00s might be familiar, but the stories we tell will be anything but. Classic.Retro.Modern. isn’t here to fit in.

Every month, our readers can expect superb writing, great photography, quality print, excellent design, and an ability to think differently. The cars will be accessible, attainable, and relevant. Our mix will be eclectic. Discover the joys of owning a Reliant Regal before turning over to read about why you should be considering a Volkswagen Golf GTI Mk 5. The Jaguar E-Type rubbing shoulders with the Vauxhall Calibra. The Mini 1275 GT sharing space with the Fiat Panda Mk1.

Classic.Retro.Modern. is fresh enough to appeal to young drivers taking their first tentative steps in the world of classic cars. Established to appeal to knowledgeable enthusiasts who have seen (and read) it all. The magazine will be as at home on a coffee table as it is at a local ‘cars and coffee’ event.

On-sale monthly, it’s packed with classic cars. Regulars such as buying guides, reader restorations and news will be accompanied by drive stories and features designed to excite, inform, and enthuse. Classic.Retro.Modern. will be printed on high-quality paper and filled with great photography and superb design.

The team has a long and successful track record, consisting of Ian Robertson as Publisher, Richard Dredge in as Editor and Gavin Braithwaite-Smith taking the role of Deputy Editor, alongside other well-respected contributors. And that’s all backed up by a group of incredibly talented classic car nuts that look after the design, website and behind the scenes, it’s very much a case that we’ve assembled our dream team.

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