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AMC Matador Review – Classic Muscle Cars UK

Author Elise  |  13th July 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar After a few years of production, it was finally time to replace the Rebel with a new model. So, in 1971, AMC introduced the Matador as the successor of the Rebel with a substantial facelift. But the facelift wasn’t all. AMC had decided to enter the competition of intermediate-car segment bolder than ever, and probably one of the early strategies for that vision ...

Dodge Coronet Review – Classic Muscle Cars UK

Author Elise  |  14th June 2021

By Niamh Smith Due to the regal nature of this Dodge’s nameplate, it’s only fitting that the Coronet began its life as a top of the line model for Dodge. Through the years it shifted up and down in the lineup, however one thing remained the same; it kept a few horses under the hood along with a racing pedigree to match. The Coronet remained a staple ...

AMC Rebel Review – Classic Muscle Cars UK

Author Elise  |  24th May 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar AMC was known as the underdog throughout its 34-year career, usually fighting beyond its class and taking on the Detroit Three: Chrysler, Ford, and GM. The Rebel lived up to its name and threatened all the big names, especially with its Machine model. The Rebel’s origins may be traced back to the late 1950s when the title was given to a four-door Rambler that ...

Chevrolet Corvette L88 – Classic Sports Car Review

Author Elise  |  17th May 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar Few cars are as known throughout history as the Chevy Corvette. With the new C8 generation still in production, the Corvette has one of the longest-running production lines in the history of automobiles. The reason behind its long history is apparent; the Corvette has been an icon that defined eras with each of its generations.  From a cute little two-seater to a racetrack-conqueror and ...

Chevrolet Monte Carlo – Classic Muscle Car Review

Author Elise  |  10th May 2021

By Niamh Smith Monte Carlo: a principality that conjures up images of fingers dripping in gold rolling dice and dealing poker chips, crystal clear shores and sports cars twisting through the winding roads of the Maritime Alps. Re-envisaged in the 1800s as an opulent playground for the world’s rich, Monte Carlo has always been synonymous with luxury.  Perhaps it’s a no-brainer then, that Chevrolet named their new-for-1970 ...

Car Dealer Magazine Review 2021

Author Elise  |  19th April 2021

By Niamh Smith We are familiar with the used car salesman stereotype; pushy, sleazy and sometimes crooked. Cigar in mouth, oversized suit and luring you into their forecourt with a giant, blue, inflatable dancing man and some garish bunting.  In reality, the used car industry isn’t like that anymore, and it hasn’t been for quite a while. Nowadays, the majority of professionals in car sales are exactly ...

Top Gear Magazine Review 2021

Author Elise  |  29th March 2021

By Niamh Smith When you think of British automotive entertainment, I’m sure your mind, like anyone else’s, goes to three idiots and a tame racing driver reviewing, driving and discussing some of the finest (and far from finest) vehicles from all over the world. This is because Top Gear has continually been one of Britain’s most-loved and well-known automotive related franchises since 1977, even despite a year-long ...

Chevrolet Nova Review – Classic Muscle Car Review

Author Elise  |  22nd March 2021

By Hamed Paydarfar One of the fastest new-car development programs in the history of General Motors, the Nova (also labelled as “Chevy II” and “Chevy II/Nova” in different models) was Chevrolet’s solution for an affordable compact car. It was initially intended to compete against the Ford Falcon, a competition that would last years. During its eighteen years of production, Chevy Nova went from a small affordable car ...

Chevy Bel Air Review—Classic Muscle Car Review

Author Elise  |  15th March 2021

By Owen Pham It was in the 1950s that Chevrolet released a brand new model that would be considered a classic for generations to come. The model was initially called Deluxe Styline. At first, Chevrolet had some difficulty getting traction with this model. So, in 1953, they changed the name, and Bel Air was born. It is hard to remember a car in American history as iconic ...

Fast Car Magazine Review 2021

Author Elise  |  5th March 2021

By Niamh Smith A quick visit to Fast Car Magazine’s website shows their logo, emblazoned in red, with the tagline ‘defining car culture’. While we sit at home, waiting for lockdown to be lifted, a trawl through Fast Car’s website reveals everything that we’re missing about the UK’s modified car scene; right now we’d even be desperate to see a few Corsas popping and banging in ...

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